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CATS College Cambridge
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CATS College Cambridge 47% of A-level students achieved A*/A
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Education type: co-educational schools
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Age
Cost
Annual
16-17
from 6 890 £ / term
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Preparing for Oxford and Cambridge

For those who want to study in Oxford, Cambridge and other leading universities in the UK, this program allows you to find out what knowledge you need to have and what qualities you must earn in the next two to three years to become an ideal candidate for Oxbridge.

Information on the course:

  • Age of the students: 15-17 years
  • Start of studying: June- July
  • Language level: IELTS 5.0+ / upper intermediate level
  • The size of the class: 12-15 people
  • Course duration: 3 weeks

The cost of the program includes transfers, accommodation and meals.

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Date
Age
Cost
Annual
14-15
from 10 330 £ / term

The program is designed for students who plan to study at A-Level, but do not have sufficient English or have not achieved a convincing level of subject knowledge. Program is also geared towards learning the materials required to obtain a GCSE certificate of secondary education. Program reveals the inclinations and talents of children, discovers possible areas for their professional development. Also the Pre A-level Program allows filling in the gaps in the knowledge of the GCSE disciplines.

When entering the Pre: Program, students do not need to know their future specialty. Teachers in the course of studying  will "adjust" the program for a particular student and take into account his abilities. You can choose a pre-university program during your studies.

In one year, adolescents must undergo five subjects:

  • Biological course;
  • Mathematics;
  • Basic physics;
  • English
  • Chemical course.

This is a mandatory list. Selectively you can take the study of such disciplines:

  • Doing business;
  • Photography;
  • Art and design;
  • Media research.

CATS College Cambridge pays a lot of attention to foreign languages. In addition to in-depth studying of English, French, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, German and Spanish are taught.

At CATS College Cambridge, teenagers from 15 years of age may be eligible for studying, subject to payment for the trimester of 9,450 pounds sterling. One academic year provides for three terms.

Beginning of the studying in September, January, April.

Annual
16-18
from 10 330 £ / term

A-level is a classical pre-university curriculum. A fundamental study of several specialized subjects allows you to enter a higher school without exams. A characteristic feature of the A-level is the harmonious unification of the theory with the practical application of this knowledge. Students learn to search for information independently, to critically evaluate it and to make conclusions in non-standard essays. The teaching staff is focused on providing the basics of knowledge, counseling and professional orientation of future students. The school provides assistance in preparing and submitting applications to universities.

At the A-level, during two years children study up to 5 preferred subjects. It is possible to take exams on modules or the final course work. For those who have already chosen a university and know exactly the list of necessary subjects, it is possible to study 3 to 5 trimesters. This is an intensified program, and it is offered by the college only after reaching the age of 17.

CATS College Cambridge in the form of specialized disciplines allows the study of higher or general mathematics, cinematography, accounting, video and photo art, graphics and 3D design, historical course, biology, English literature, business basics, geography, economic theory, chemistry, music, modern technology, art history, the course of textile design, psychology, mass media and sociology. Foreign languages ​​provide a choice of Russian, Japanese, German, Italian, Chinese or Spanish.

Sixteen-year-old pupils are expected to complete 5-6 trimesters, and older children can choose the accelerated program and pass the necessary items for 1 year.

Beginning of the studies is in September, January.

Annual
17-18
from 10 330 £ / term

Accelerated program for adapting the educational systems of the world to British requirements is offered to foreign students. The Foundation program not only enhances the level of English in foreign students, but also takes into account the need for fundamental knowledge in the professional sciences. The study of theoretical foundations occurs in combination with the acquisition of skills in practice. Students learn to apply research methods and work independently. During the year students learn 3-4 subjects. Mathematics and English are considered to be the main ones. Educators at CATS College Cambridge do not specialize in studying future physicians and veterinarians.

After the completion of the Foundation program, applicants with excellent knowledge can plan admission to universities that are partners of the college. British CATS College Cambridge provides the possibility of admission to such educational institutions: Cardiff; School of the study of the countries of the East and Africa (SOAS); Newcastle; NottinghamTrent; York; Liverpool; Southampton Solent; Anglia Ruskin; Surrey; Coventry; BathSpa; Portsmouth; Manchester Metropolitan; Bradford; EastAnglia; Canterbury Christ Church College (CanterburyChristChurch); ThamesValley; Greenwich; Keele; Dundee; LondonMetropolitan; Salford; Essex; QueensBelfast; Aston; RoyalHolloway; Manchester (Manchester University); Buckingham; Loughborough; Oxford Brooks; Swansea; Chester; Kent College; Westminster; Warwick University; Heriot-Watt; Glasgow; Stratchclyde; Leicester; Plymouth; DeMontfort; Reading; Birmingham; Hertfordshire; Northumbria; Goldsmiths; Kingston; Hull.

CATS College Cambridge offers students to choose from any of the special studying areas:

  • Economic theory, information technology, general or higher mathematics, the basics of accounting (economic block); Business, accounting, computer technology, mathematics, the basics of economic theory (financial block);
  • Mathematics and higher mathematics, modern technology, the basics of physics or chemistry (engineering block); English literature, historical science, psychological direction, geography and sociology (humanitarian section);
  • English literature, film, video, photo art, media, graphics, foreign language (media industry);
  • Mathematics, course for artists, musical skill, theater art, photography technique, video training, graphics, foreign language, business management, textiles, economics, 3D design (business plus art complex) ;
  • Design in three dimensions (3D), English literature, mathematical science, physics (architectural direction),
  • Business, French, sociology course, Italian, textile design (business plus Marketing in the fashion industry);
  • The basics of business management, graphics, the art of photography, foreign language, drawing, trends in art, sociology (design plus art criticism);
  • English literature, media, graphic course, sociological science, foreign, photography, business management (advertising plus graphic skill);
  • French, photography, Italian, textile design, sociological science, art history (section "fashion"); Foreign language, video shooting, graphic course, development of art directions (animation plus cinema).

Beginning of the studies is in September, January.

Annual
16-17
from 6 890 £ / term

Preparing for Oxford and Cambridge

For those who want to study in Oxford, Cambridge and other leading universities in the UK, this program allows you to find out what knowledge you need to have and what qualities you must earn in the next two to three years to become an ideal candidate for Oxbridge.

Information on the course:

  • Age of the students: 15-17 years
  • Start of studying: June- July
  • Language level: IELTS 5.0+ / upper intermediate level
  • The size of the class: 12-15 people
  • Course duration: 3 weeks

The cost of the program includes transfers, accommodation and meals.

Annual
14-16
from 10 330 £ / term

GCSE Preparation

  • 14-16 years
  • Admission requirements: minimum 8 years of secondary education, report card; IELTS from 3.5
  • Classes up to 8 people
  • 26-27 hours per week.

The program will help develop language and academic skills to move on to a more complex course – a full-fledged GCSE or Pre-programme. During the year (3 trimesters), a whole range of academic subjects (natural sciences and humanities, business) + an enhanced English course (listening, writing - note-taking, essay, reports) is studied in order to bring students' knowledge to the high requirements of CATS as quickly as possible. In addition, independence, dedication, leadership qualities, self-confidence and independence are developed, time management is studied.

At the end of the program, students can take a KET or PET test to visually assess their level of English.

In addition to academic classes, students are waiting for a huge number of extracurricular activities, entertainment, excursions that will help them to join the student life of Britain and prepare for learning at more complex levels, adapt to the new system.

Professional advisors provide advice on further opportunities and ways of study - from programs for high school to pre-university courses and the choice of a specialty at the university.

Annual
14-16
from 10 330 £ / term

GCSE

  • 14-15+ years
  • Admission requirements: minimum 8-9 years of schooling, good academic performance, IELTS 4.0+
  • Classes up to 11 people
  • 30+ lessons per week.

Flexible and at the same time academically full-fledged course that completes secondary education - after it, children are ready to study at the level of high school students (Sixth Form) and prepare for admission to the university.

The standard duration is 2 years, but it is possible to pass the Fast-track GCSE (2-3 trimesters = 1-1.5 years).

The main subjects are mathematics, biology, English, chemistry and physics; in addition to them, each student can add 3 more optional directions of his choice. The level of English improves (as a rule, by the end of the course, foreign students speak it fluently), the level of personal and academic skills (self-confidence, independence, time management, independence) increases.

Subjects to study - to choose from:

  • Art
  • Business
  • Geography
  • History
  • French
  • Photography.
Annual
14+
from 11 450 £ / term

High School Term

  • 14+ years
  • Admission requirements: good academic performance, IELTS from 4.0
  • Available in: Pre-programme, A-level, University Foundation Programme
  • Duration: 1-3 trimesters.

The "trial" option of studying at a school in the UK is what you need to try a new format and education system. You will be able to get used to the new atmosphere before enrolling in a full-fledged complex course, improve your English skills, deepen your knowledge of the main subjects and get acquainted with the future school, get used to the campus.

Students attend classes as regular students, and at the end of the course receive a full report on their performance, successes and recommendations for further study (can be counted as credits in your current school).

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Summer program

  • Duration: 2-3 weeks.

The summer course will help to understand the British education system, get used to the new atmosphere, improve knowledge of the English language and basic subjects. Thanks to the flexibility of the curriculum at CATS College Cambridge, you will be able to focus on the priority area for you:

  • Bloomberg Business Advantage
  • Careers in Medicine
  • Oxbridge Preparation Programme
  • STEM — Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
  • STEM and English
  • Model United Nations (from 2021)
  • London Academic Explorer (from 2021).

Each course includes:

  • Interactive seminars, lectures and master classes from industry leaders
  • Lectures and consultations on admission to the university
  • Trips to Britain: both entertaining, leisure, and introductory (for example, on campuses of prestigious universities)
  • Activities for recreation and socializing.
Annual
17-18
from 10 330 £ / term
  • Duration: 1 year
  • Age: 17+ years.

The unique Foundation in Engineering course starts at CATS Cambridge in September 2021. It is an ideal choice for students who want to pursue higher education in engineering-related majors:

  • Construction
  • Engineering
  • Aerospace/Electronic Engineering
  • Bioengineering.

23 of the 24 universities of the prestigious Russell Group accepted CATS graduates for engineering programs, as well as 75% of the TOP-20 specialized engineering universities.

The basis of the course is mathematics, physics and materials science, optionally chemistry. Each subject is studied for 5 hours a week, a lot of time is devoted to independent work.

The content of the program is divided into 11 blocks:

  1. Reporting and mechanics:definition and drawing of free body diagrams that represent the forces acting on an object; explanation of Newton's laws and problem solving; fluid resistance and final velocity.
  2. Energy and power:solving problems related to energy; definition of the law of conservation of energy; conducting a study to show the conservation of energy from gravitational to kinetic (from GPE to KE).
  3. Waves:explanation and discussion of the qualitative theory of wave diffractions in holes and obstacles; defining a simple harmonic motion (SHM) and formulating the defining equation as a=-w2x; description and solution of problems about stationary waves.
  4. Electrical circuits: Solving a problem using typical equations; study of combinations of resistors in parallel and serial circuits; Planning an experiment that affects one or more factors that act on the resistance in the wire.
  5. Physics for engineering: theconcept and application of the moment of force in the context of statics; understanding and using the Jung module; understanding and using the properties of materials, including financial factors.
  6. Trigonometry:understanding and using the definition of sekans, cosescans and cotangens, arcsinus, arccosine and arctanogens of their relation to sine, cosine and tangent; understanding their schedules; their ranges and areas; understanding and using the double angle formula; using formulas and understanding the geometric proofs of these formulas; understanding and using an expression for equivalent forms.
  7. Computational mathematics:differentiation of simple functions and relations, not defined explicitly, only for the first derivative; construction of simple differential equations in fundamental mathematics and in context (contexts may include kinematics, population growth, and modeling the relationship between price and demand); evaluation of the analytical solution of simple first-order differential equations with separating variables, including the search for specific solutions (the separation of variables may require factorization using a common factor).
  8. Complex numbers:solution of any quadratic equation with real coefficients; solution of cubic and quaternary equations with real coefficients (if there is sufficient information, derive at least one root for the cubic and one complex root or square multiplier for the quaternary); understanding and use of complex conjugation - to know that the immaterial roots of polynomial equations with real coefficients occur in conjugate pairs; use and interpretation of Argan diagrams.
  9. Vectors:the use of vectors to solve a problem in pure mathematics and in context, including forces and kinematics; calculating the scalar product of vectors and using it to express the plane equation and calculate the angle between two lines, the angle between two planes, and the angle between the line and the plane; calculation of the cross-product of vectors and, using it, find a perpendicular vector in 3D.
  10. Matrix algebra:the use of matrices to represent linear transformations in 2D; successive transformations; single transformations in 3D (3D transformations limited by reflections in one of x=0, y=0, z=0 or rotation around one of the coordinate axes) (knowledge of 3D vectors is assumed); calculation of determinants of matrices 2x2, 3x3 and definition as scale factors, including influence on orientation; geometric interpretation of the solution and not the solution of three simultaneous linear equations.
  11. Computational methods:solving the equation by simple iterative methods; be able to draw related spider and staircase graphs (cobweb & staircase); solving the equation using the Newton–Rapson method and other repetitive shape relations; understand how such methods may not work for global convergence. the concept and application of integral calculus, including the use of the trapezoid rule and the estimation of the approximate area under the curve and the limits between which it must pass.

Additionally, students develop:

  • Critical and analytical thinking
  • Communication, presentation, analysis and interpretation skills, competent assessment
  • Commercial understanding of construction projects (long-term and short-term financial prospects)
  • Practical skills (through research and experimentation).
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