Bucksmore Clare College in Cambridge was founded in 1386. It is the second oldest educational institution in its class at the University of Cambridge. The college is located in the center of the university city. Clare College Cambridge is in TOP-5 of the "backs" of the colleges on the banks of the Kam River. The educational institution owns one of the architectural business cards of Cambridge - the famous bridge, often depicted on postcards, stamps, engravings dedicated to the British educational center.
Bucksmore Clare College Cambridge provides a unique student atmosphere, high academic standards, technological infrastructure. The college offers time-tested, effective language programs. In addition, much attention is paid to the creative development of students. The college is known for its musicality. The choir of one of the oldest colleges in Cambridge is famous in Europe, America. Jazz evenings are held regularly in the school. Also, there is own comedy theater. Much attention is paid to language preparation and sports. Students have the opportunity to practice squash, tennis, rowing, sailing.
Quick Facts. The course with an intensity of studies of 22.5 h / week. The duration of the training program is 2 to 4 weeks.
About the course. The program is aimed at high school students who want to combine learning English in a prestigious language school with an extensive cultural, intense sports and interesting entertainment program in Cambridge. In the classroom, students develop basic language skills, get acquainted with the history of the university city of Britain, discuss current topics. Extracurricular program also involves communication in English.
Students age: 14 to 17 years old.
Start dates: 30.06 - 28.07
Requirements for enrollment: level of English - elementary.
Learning outcomes: development of language skills, intensive cognitive recreation.
Class size: - 15 students max, although usually 10-12
Lesson duration: 45 minutes[ 999.34] The cost of - £ 1175 (all included in the quoted price):
Clare College offers accommodation at a residence in Clare College. Boys and girls live separately in one or two-bed apartments. Bathrooms and all conveniences are on the floor. Wireless Internet is available in the residence. In common use there is a recreation room, a games room.
The food is organized according to the full board scheme. A spacious dining room is open for students. The menu offers a wide range of dishes (mainly British and international cuisine). During the excursion days, students are provided with packed lunches.
Clare College offers an extensive program of excursions and entertainment. The language school organizes discos, quizzes, film screenings, themed parties, barbecue evenings. The curriculum also includes outbound excursions: one per week for the whole day and half a day. Students can visit London with its world-famous attractions, the famous University Center of Oxford, Stretford-upon-Avon (the city of Shakespeare), the old Canterbury, Leeds, as well as many parks and historical sites.
The lessons take place in the morning, in the afternoon. Free afternoons and evenings students can devote to Cambridge walks, fun, shopping.
Students have lessons in spacious modern classrooms equipped with interactive whiteboards. In the building there is a computer classroom, game halls. On the territory of the college there is own boat station, several sports fields, tennis courts. Wireless Internet is available on campus.
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