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Yale University Yale Summer Camp

Address: New Heaven
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Description Yale University Yale Summer Camp

Camp programs are developed and conducted jointly with leading US universities, and the first institution opened its doors to students as far back as 1984. The wide variety of the program of study - from preparatory courses for applicants to combined programs - is intended for students from all over the world 9-18 years who have shown extraordinary results in the study of a particular subject, have outstanding abilities and talents.

Preparatory programs for applicants give students the opportunity to fully adapt and integrate into the educational environment of the United States, to develop language and subject knowledge and skills intensively. Courses designed for gifted children involve learning more than 80 disciplines: both classical academic subjects (technical and from the school curriculum) and creative or sports electives.

Studying in camps at universities is an ideal chance for gifted children to communicate with talented peers who share their hobbies and interests, learn more about an attractive discipline, deepen and update their knowledge. All universities, on the basis of which the training centers operate, are well equipped and equipped and are ideally suited for high-grade, comfortable and convenient training.

Programs and tuition/boarding fees, prices in Yale University Yale Summer Camp

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
23.06.2018 -13.07.2018 15.07.2018 -04.08.2018
13-17
from 7 795 $ / 3 week

The pedagogical team of the training centers firmly knows that gifted children require a non-standard, special approach: children have the right to independently design their curriculum, focusing on their own interests, inclinations, abilities.

The school day is divided into 4 periods, each student attends independently selected subjects and disciplines - one lesson takes 90 minutes (thus a full course takes about 3 weeks, or 15 sessions). Academic classes can be attended all 4 times a day - this is the maximum possible intensity of the program: 6 hours a day, or 20 hours a week. Teachers of the school recommend that children form a balanced and diverse curriculum: 2 periods to attend classes for their own interests, during the first period to study a fundamentally new and unfamiliar subject, and devote one period to creative pursuits.

A-Level Courses. Fine arts and acting (any age)

  • Creation of short films
  • Digital Photography
  • Broadway and the art of the musical: dance, vocal and acting skills
  • Acoustics - music in your ears
  • 2D-3D technology, drawing and sculpture
  • Improvisation in the genre of drama and comedy.

R-Level Courses. Fitness and relaxation (any age)

  • Fitness of the future - what is it?
  • Self-defense
  • Fencing.

M-Level Courses (13-14 years)

In this module, young students study the humanities, science blocks, mathematics and technology, attend interdisciplinary classes.

1.Humanitary Sciences

  • Writing a script

Have you ever thought that with a script to your favorite movie or TV show you would have coped much better? In this course you will get this opportunity! Students learn the basic principles and tricks in writing scripts, learn how to work on characters and the storyline, will figure out which scenarios are of particular interest to them - and which will be of interest to producers and viewers.

  • Brave teenagers in history

Read heroic stories? Represented themselves in the place of Alexander the Great, Tutankhamun or Joan of Arc? And even these great historical figures were teenagers - and this did not stop them from leaving a significant mark in world history! During the classes, students learn more about their peers who have established world records, made brilliant discoveries or made important contributions to science, will be motivated and inspired by their examples. Also, each student will be able to analyze his personal abilities and characteristics, compare them with the time and age in which we live, and assess their similarities and differences with famous figures.

  • Creative Communications

For the original idea in the modern world it is customary to pay a lot of money: non-standard and creative solutions are snapped up by world international corporations. Such participants will be able to develop similar skills, improve non-standard approaches to the problem and own thinking.

  • Features of human behavior

What makes us do this or that way? What is the mystery of the differences in human behavior? How does it happen that different people have the same habits? This specialty will help pupils to better understand themselves and their behavior, to more fully analyze the actions of people around them.

2.Mathematics, science and technology

  • Engineering in action

The simplest question is why does not a huge ocean liner sink and why does a heavy aircraft take off? Do not know the answer? Welcome to the course, where the teachers will explain how mechanics and scientists help us develop modern technologies and implement them.

  • Medical Microbiology

One of the most striking recent scientific trends is the study of the characteristics of the human body through the science of microbiology (combining medicine and studying microorganisms). In this course, students will learn how tiny mushrooms, bacteria and viruses can cause very tangible effects and completely change the state of health, life and often the appearance of a person.

  • Geoinformation system

Computerized data management system entirely works with a variety of spatial data. It is an opportunity to use convenient tools for creating maps and working with them, to introduce information into them, to find interesting solutions to contemporary world problems.

  • DNA diagnostics

Genetics, although it is quite young by modern standards, science, but earned the title of one of the most interesting, complex and diverse. Students will get acquainted with the basic principles of genetic engineering, learn how scientific discoveries made in laboratories, are introduced into our daily life, how genetic knowledge is used in medicine, nutrition and agriculture.

  • Technologies: global problems and simple solutions

Throughout the world, we are entering a new, progressive world of technology, and many people on Earth still live in the primitive age. How did it happen that the peoples are still starving? Why do African children not receive primitive medical care? Is the problem of global warming and the demographic crisis real? What do we face with energy difficulties? And how to cope with all this with the help of the latest technology?

3. Interdisciplinary studies

  • Theory of time travel

Do you think it possible to move to a distant past or future in the blink of an eye? If so, what is required for this? What are black holes and how can negative energy exist? A course for curious students who learn a lot about modern theories of instantaneous movement in time spaces - both real facts and scientific hypotheses. Why do not you create your own theory?

  • Global science: what future leaders need to know

To become a president or a political leader is impossible without knowledge of physics? This is true! Students of this course will learn what you need to know in order to make effective and measured scientific and social decisions, how you can calculate the consequences of an action. Becoming the leader of the state, you will not have a lot of time for long calculations and "estimates" of the expected result - use known physical laws! This program can study various areas: energy conservation, natural disasters, including earthquakes and tsunamis, radioactivity, global positioning systems, nuclear weapons, spy satellites, etc.

  • Adaptive brain

What do you know about the principles of the brain? Do you know that these principles of work can be successfully changed? The students of the course will be able to feel like true professionals-neurobiologists and unravel the secrets and secrets of the human brain, the most complex and perfect organ of our body.

S-Level Courses (15-17 years)

In this module, young students study the humanities, science blocks, mathematics and technology, attend interdisciplinary classes.

1.Humanitary Sciences

  • The magic of writing

Do you think that you have a talent for writing and would like to show it to the whole world? This course will introduce students to various styles and literary techniques, authoring techniques, principles of composing compositions and plots and will teach participants to create real bestsellers and master the minds of readers.

  • The origin of words and success in the SAT exam

Etymology (puzzles of the origin of words) is an exciting and amazing science that will reveal many interesting facts about world languages: some will seem obvious to you, and some could not even be imagined! Students in the course of training can significantly expand their lexical stock, learn to express themselves more fully and competently, correctly use complex words, and prepare for the international language test SAT.


2.Mathematics, science and technology

  • Algorithmic thinking: mathematics for understanding the design of computers

At the heart of most modern technologies is mathematics, its various fields and areas - without the knowledge it is impossible to create and operate a single computer. Students will be able to find out which mathematical algorithms are used in the operation of digital devices, on the basis of which principles they operate.

  • Introduction to the beginning of the analysis

A special course for students, which is important not only the question "how to calculate", but also "why it is worth calculating." Students will learn to provide the necessary information in a graphic form, consider the differences between the variables, the forms of various functions (linear, trigonometric, power, logarithmic). Also in the classroom, students will get acquainted with mathematical induction, the concept of irrationality and complex numbers. This is the most conceptual branch of mathematics that you can imagine!

  • The proportions of the universe: the device of outer space

Always dreamed of knowing what the universe is and how it exists? Lessons in this area will give students an idea of ​​the composition of the universe and the processes that occur in it and have an impact on our planet.

  • Biopsychology

Why do we respond to certain external stimuli in a certain way? How can you feel the sight of another person, if you do not see it yourself? Biopsychology studies the reaction of our brain to external factors and can provide answers to these and many other questions.

  • Environmental Engineering

Preservation of the environment is one of the most important tasks of mankind at this stage of existence. How to preserve and improve the quality of our lives? How to stop the extermination of natural resources? Students will perform a variety of projects on design, engineering and rational use of natural resources that will help them find solutions to the global problems of our time. In addition, students learn more about alternative energy sources, public planning and urban design, different types of ecosystems.

  • Astrophysics

A special course for students who want to understand the principles of the development of the universe, the movements of celestial bodies and the features of their interaction. Students learn more about celestial objects and the laws of their existence and movement, will learn to apply in fundamental processes various types of mechanics: quantum, statistical and Newtonian.


3. Interdisciplinary studies

  • Social environment: "Good, bad, evil"

How much do you personally depend on social networks? Will you join the 75% percent of adult Americans who do not know their life without a smartphone? Students will be able to learn more about various problems and dilemmas of social networks, learn to use these benefits of civilization in the right way and not become dependent.

  • Globalization and Macroeconomics

This course will tell students about the specifics of globalization processes, expand knowledge about the specifics of the global and regional markets, see future development prospects - and tools that can influence this development.

  • Forensics

Always been partial to the detectives? Do you dream of a fair punishment for all criminals? In this course you will learn how to conduct and read a DNA test, take fingerprints and compare them, analyze handwriting, find logic and personal image of criminals.

  • System thinking and holistic approach

In this course, students learn that every thing, process or thought is inextricably linked with all the rest of the universe. Systemic thinking is the ability to see the world as a single system, full of interconnections, cause-and-effect chains.

EXAMPLE OF THE DAY:

  • 7:30 am - general rise
  • 8:00 - 8:45 - breakfast
  • 8:45 - 10:15 - I period: The riddles of mathematics
  • 10:30 - 12:00 - II period: The theory and analysis of video games
  • 12:00 - 13:00 - lunch
  • 13:00 - 14:30 - III period: The food of the future
  • 14:45 - 16:15 - IV period: The dilemmas of the digital age of civilization
  • 16:30 - 17:30 - recreation, sport and creativity
  • 17:30 - 18:00 - free time for each student
  • 18:00 - 18:45 - Dinner
  • 19:00 - 20:00 - time for homework
  • 20:15 - 21:15 - evening entertainment program: quizzes, dances, games and parties
  • 21:15 - 21:45 - free time for young students
  • 21:45 - retreat for younger students
  • 21:15 - 22:30 - free time for older students
  • 22:30 - retreat for senior students.

Accommodation and food

Yale University has prepared cozy and comfortable residences for students of Yale University summer camp: accommodation is organized according to groups (10-14 people of similar age and same sex), each group has a mentor who helps children solve organizational and everyday issues, Participates in their academic and leisure life. Also on campus there is a laundry, which students can use for free.

The cost of the program is already included:

  • Training (20 lessons weekly)
  • Accommodation (residence, room for 2-3 people)
  • Food (full board)
  • Company certificate at the end of the program
  • Leisure, sports and entertainment program
  • Sightseeing program: every week - 1 excursion to the whole Day.

Subjects and sport

Subjects list: algebra, art, astrophysics, biology, biomechanics, chemistry, Computer calculations, computer programming, Environmental engineering, kinetics, maths, microbiology, physics, Stage skills
Events list: basketball, chess, cinema, football, karaoke, Performances, sport competitions, swimming, tennis, volleyball

Events Yale University Yale Summer Camp

A busy and entertaining leisure program is organized for Yale University campus students - various events are organized 6 days a week (except Sundays). Sunday is fully provided to the students themselves: they can walk or go in for sports, visit the laundry and library, chat with new friends.

During the day, students are provided with creative and sports opportunities for the campus - for example, swimming, volleyball, basketball, tennis, chess, football. In the evening, students are offered a variety of themed parties and shows, a karaoke evening and a casino, performances and performances, games and competitions. Students can visit a disco, participate in an intellectual quiz or join a group film screening.
Saturday is a day of outings and excursions. Most students go to see local and regional attractions, visit research centers, natural and national parks, interesting and original cities of the United States.

On the last day of school, all students attend the closing ceremony: teachers share successes of each, issue brand certificates, prepare a slideshow, a copy of which students can take as a keepsake. Farewell party is a great way to remember the best moments of the course and personally see your own progress and achievements.

Note that for older students (15-17 years old) there are special privileges and certain freedoms that they can use, starting from the third day of their stay in the camp:

  • Self-climbing
  • Walking around the campus and visiting the dining room without an accompanying or mentor
  • Host friends at the residence
  • Independently invent and organize leisure activities
  • Go outside the campus (during the rest hour and in the evenings).

Advantages

Studying at Yale University, even on summer and seasonal programs, is a great step toward joining the prestigious Ivy League. Yale became the alma mater of 5 US presidents, 17 supreme judges, for several foreign heads of state - in the all-university rating of America, he ranks third. Its campus is recognized as one of the most beautiful in the US: parks, lawns, alleys and lawns, majestic educational and residential buildings, functional scientific laboratories, towers and gates, chamberyards and terraces. Founded by Yale University in 1701, it is the oldest American university.

Term dates and fees

Program dates Yale university summer camp:

Session I: June 24 - July 14, 2017
Session II: July 16 - August 5, 2017

The cost of the program is not Included and paid separately:

  • Registration fee - 99 USD
  • Bed linen - 30 USD
  • Meeting and escorting the child on the way and the airport - (to be confirmed)
  • Seeing and escorting the child on the road and the airport - (to be confirmed)
  • Transfer (airport)
  • Medical insurance policy - 2 USD / day
  • Visa Fees and services.
  • Training materials - 25 USD

Entry requirements and extra fees how to apply, what is required to enrol

Required documents, depending on the type of institution:

camp / language school
  • copy of 1 page
  • certificate of language proficiency (if any)
private school, boardinghouse
  • copy of the 1 Pages of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school report card with grades for the last 2-4 years (depending on the school)
  • school registration form
  • recommendation letters from Teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and a class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal
  • Testing for knowledge of mathematics, language, other subjects
  • Interview with a representative of the school (possibly in person or by Skype)
  • Literacy, awards, student personal achievements (if any)
  • motivation letter (not for all schools)
  • passport size photo (depending on the school from 1 to 12 pcs)
  • medical certificate of the general health of the child , Discharge of vaccinations
  • birth certificate of the schoolboy (s)
university
  • copy of the page 1 passport of the passport
  • certificate of language proficiency
  • school certificate for the bachelor, diploma of Higher education for the master
  • letters of recommendation from teachers of foreign languages, mathematics and the class teacher. Additionally, an educational institution may request a recommendation from the principal / dean
  • certificates, awards, personal achievements of the student (if any)
  • motivation letter / personal statement
  • interview with a representative of the institution


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Language courses, schools and children's language camps Primary and secondary education - private schools Preparation programmes for entering universities - higher education Higher education (after completing accredited programs A-level, IB, High School) - Bachelor, Master, MBA
- we recommend to apply 6-9 months before the start of the course (some camps and schools offer discounts for early booking or for lengthy study programs)
- there are some very popular and high demand children's camps, where the applications need to be submitted 1 year in advance (in particular Switzerland , Great Britain , USA , Canada , Austria)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the training program,
- some schools have a specific time frame (September-November - please specify an individual school)
- some schools require tests in several stages (UKISET, internal tests of the school: English, mathematics, logics, subjects, interview, some require a personal visit)
- we recommend to apply one year before the start of the program,
- for Foundation and Pathway programs, IELTS and TOEFL certificates are usually required, respectively

- recommended submission one year before the start of the program,
- the deadline normally closes in January, for TOP HEIs and, as a rule, in March in other universities
- for a bachelor, a Foundation or Pathway preparatory program a completed A-level, IB, High School + IELTS / TOEFL are required
- for Masters you need a graduated higher education, in some cases you need a pre-Masters program
- MBA requires completed higher education, work experience preferably at least 2-3 years, etc.
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