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28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks
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Chemistry

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course of chemistry is aimed at studying the most advanced topics and developments, as well as on consolidating knowledge and preparing for university education. The course not only provides a good theoretical basis, but teaches students how important discipline is to improve understanding of nature and improve the quality of human life and the environment. The main attention in the curriculum is given to the basic principles of atomic and molecular structures, chemical bonds, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, acid-base and redox equilibrium and catalysis. To highlight the links between chemistry and various fields of biology, physics and technology, the course will examine theories and concepts in the context of real applications and future technologies. Students take part in group research projects and receive a certificate of participation.

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Date
Age
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28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Architecture

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course is designed for those who plan to enter the university in the specialties related to architecture. Topics of the course are devoted to the most difficult issues in an understandable and accessible language. The questions considered during 2 weeks of education are ideal for those who are enthusiastic about art and science. In turn, Cambridge - a city that has preserved the architectural heritage of several eras - will be an ideal place for practical work. During the program, participants study many important issues: design, architecture history, critical thinking, blueprints and graphics, site planning and others. Each student participates in the development of a group project, at the end of the program a certificate is issued.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Biology

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The study of biological sciences includes a wide variety of topics: from the cellular structure to genetics and whole ecosystems. The program is aimed at everyone who is interested in biology and plans to enter the specialties related to biological sciences. The topics are especially focused on the latest scientific achievements in the field of biology, on their interaction with other disciplines. Students consider issues at the level of A-level, IB programs and at the level of university education. Due to the small size of classes and the professionalism of teachers, each student receives a maximum of knowledge and experience. At the end of the course, students present group projects, each receives a certificate.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Chemistry

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course of chemistry is aimed at studying the most advanced topics and developments, as well as on consolidating knowledge and preparing for university education. The course not only provides a good theoretical basis, but teaches students how important discipline is to improve understanding of nature and improve the quality of human life and the environment. The main attention in the curriculum is given to the basic principles of atomic and molecular structures, chemical bonds, thermodynamics, chemical kinetics, acid-base and redox equilibrium and catalysis. To highlight the links between chemistry and various fields of biology, physics and technology, the course will examine theories and concepts in the context of real applications and future technologies. Students take part in group research projects and receive a certificate of participation.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Computer Science

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course presents key concepts and tools underlying modern computer science, giving participants theoretical and practical knowledge and developing the research skills necessary for success in an exciting, rapidly developing discipline. The program includes:

  • The study of the theory of different programming languages, including their respective advantages, disadvantages, the application of these languages
  • The latest innovations in the field of software development
  • Artificial intelligence and future opportunities in this field
  • Computational theory
  • Mathematical, engineering and linguistic concepts.

Students actively engage in practical development and work with the latest software, each participant receives a certificate.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Creative Writing

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course is designed for those who want to hone the skills of creative writing and the ability to express their thoughts in a beautiful, correct artistic form. Special classes are conducted to expand the vocabulary, to develop skills of creative narrative in prose and verse. Participants in the process of program are working on writing their own novella and receive a certificate.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Economics and Management

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course focuses on the study of theories, economic models and analysis of current events, risks and challenges of our time. The key concepts of financial and general management are examined, students create their own models of economic organization and business building. Students in the course of the program prepare group projects and receive certificates at the end of the program.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Engineering

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course consists of three large blocks designed to address all current problems and challenges in the field of engineering knowledge. The section "Civil Engineering" provides both a practical and theoretical understanding of the structures: bridges, high-rise buildings, dams and reservoirs, power stations, ports and transport systems. The section "Engineering for life sciences" reveals the main problems that future generations must overcome in such areas as: energy, sustainability, water availability and waste management (the section also includes studying components of modern and future energy processing). The last section - "Mechanical Engineering" - allows you to focus on the application of scientific knowledge to solve problems and design machines. Students work on a group project and receive a certificate.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

English Literature

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course provides fundamental knowledge and skills in the field of literature analysis and all its aspects. The educational program prepares students for admission to the best universities of the country and the world for specialties related to this subject. At the end of the program, all students receive a certificate.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

History

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course is focused on studying the key problems of history facing modern scholars, especially on theoretical problems of historical knowledge. Some periods of the history of Britain, the history of the Second World War, events of the recent past, such as the "Arab Spring", are detailed, and special classes are conducted on late medieval and early modern princely courts. Participants conduct research on the selected historical issue and present the final essay. All participants receive a certificate.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

International Relations

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course provides the theoretical basis of modern international relations and political science and considers key issues related to the policy that constantly shapes the modern world. Analyzing neo-realistic, neoliberal, constructivist and post-structuralist approaches, students reveal the diversity of relations between states: this unique approach gives students special skills necessary for studying international relations or related disciplines at the bachelor's level. Topics covered include:

  • Theories of International Relations
  • The European Union as an International Actor
  • The external dimension of the EU migration policy
  • UN, regional organizations and global order
  • Collective identities in a global context
  • Development of China and its place in the modern world
  • Asian economies
  • African countries: modernity and future.

Students take part in group projects, the results of which are presented at the end of the studying, each student receives a certificate.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Law

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course is aimed at those participants who wish to begin studying the law at the university level and adapt to the future learning process. The course provides an understanding of the theoretical foundations of the main areas of law, including criminal, international and corporate law, and also examines interesting precedents and analyzes changes in each of the areas of law. The course focuses on the development of specific skills necessary for successful study and career in this field. Also during the program, the LNAT (National Admissions Test for Law) seminars are conducted, a standardized test that is designed to test the skills of applicants entering British law schools. Preparation for the test is an important advantage for the students of the summer school. All students receive a certificate of participation.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Mathematics

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course develops and supplements the existing level of mathematical skills among participants. All participants in the program must have a sufficiently high level of skills and before the course starts they receive special preparatory material in order to keep abreast of the issues being studied. The list of topics of the course includes:

  • Calculus. Topics from the school course and extended differentiation of functions involving many explicit and implicit variables
  • Analysis. Topics: theoretical study of mathematics, axioms, mathematical proofs, skills of constructing strong arguments
  • Integration. Topics: integration and practical application
  • Statistics. Themes: statistical methods and real examples
  • Mathematical financing. Themes: mathematical accounting and financial derivatives demonstrating the applicability of mathematical concepts and methods to the real world
  • Philosophy of mathematics. Topics: the main events in mathematics and the philosophical influence that they have on various topics, mathematics and philosophy in their interpenetration.

As a result of studying, students significantly increase their level of skills and receive a certificate of completion of the course.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Medicine

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course gives students an understanding of how the learning process will be structured if they are enrolled in bachelor's programs in medical specialties. Students gain a deeper understanding of some of the most important aspects of medical science and are acquainted with key achievements and new research within the discipline. Topics of the course are centered around medical biology and anatomy, ethics and philosophy. In addition, students of the biological field can attend BMAT (BioMedical Admissions Test) seminars, a test that can be used as an entrance exam for candidates for courses in medicine, veterinary medicine, biomedical science and dentistry and is considered in some universities. Also conducted studying sessions for the UKCAT (UK Clinical Aptitude Test) - an examination of the British Association of Schools of Medicine and Dentistry. In general, the courses in medicine allow students in a short time to expand their skills and knowledge and prepare for university studies. All participants receive certificates.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Physics

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course of physics is based on the study of the main topics and questions of physical knowledge, especially its modern theories and the latest developments in this field and related disciplines. Actively researched the application of physics in everyday life and its role in the development and production of ordinary things: medical devices, X-rays and ultrasound, satellite signals, mobile phones, the Internet. Topics covered include questions from electronics, geophysics, mechanics, relativity, thermodynamics and other topics. All students take part in the creation of group projects, upon completion of studying a certificate is issued. To participate in this course it is necessary to have a high level of preparation in physics and to get acquainted first with materials that are sent to applicants who have confirmed their desire to take this course.

28.06.2020 -22.08.2020
16-18
from 5 595 £ / 2 weeks

Philosophy

  • Age of participants: 16-18 years
  • Duration: 2 weeks
  • Dates: 8-21 July, 22 July-4 August, 5 August-18 August.
  • Maximum size of group: 12 people
  • Level of English: high
  • Number of lessons per week: 20.

The course introduces students to the world of analytical philosophy, giving an idea of ​​four main sections:

  • Logic;
  • Metaphysics;
  • Epistemology;
  • Ethics.

Teachers build the learning process in such a way that adolescents learn to solve fundamental philosophical issues - encourage discussions and exchange ideas with other students. By the end of the course, participants acquire important and useful skills in thinking, argumentation and communication, perfectly know the main arguments and concepts of modern analytical philosophy. Each student receives a certificate.

 

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