Cambridge International Summer Schools

  • When:

    Cambridge University offers eight different programs of study. Each of those programs lasts for two to four weeks during the summer; dates vary from year to year. See the list below for details:

    International Summer School Term I: Four weeks, July

    International Term II: Two weeks, August

    Art History: Three weeks, July

    History: Three weeks, July

    Shakespeare: Three weeks, July

    Science: Three weeks, July-August

    Medieval Studies: Three weeks, July-August

    English Literature: Three weeks, July-August

    Where:

    Cambridge University, Cambridge, England

    Purpose:

    The range of courses allows you to design a tailor-made curriculum which suits your individual needs and interests. You can focus on one subject area by selecting one of the three-week Summer Schools or by choosing complementary courses within Terms I and II of the interdisciplinary International Summer School. Alternatively, you can opt to explore a wide variety of unrelated subjects.

    Eligibility:

    No applicants under the age of eighteen during any part of the Summer Schools will be accepted. Proof of age and sight of passports may be required on registration.

    Apply To:

    Students need to complete both sides of the relevant application forms that are accessible online.