Summer programs for international high school students in Europe 2020: Physics summer camp in UK - science summer school in Cambridge university for children/ teens in England for American high school students, international secondary school..
Reach Cambridge - Academic Camps in UK & Online: Is your child inspired by famous physicists such as Stephen Hawking and Isaac Newton, and shows a desire to study the diverse and fascinating subject of Physics at college or university level? If so, Reach Cambridge provides unique residential summer courses for international high school & UK secondary school students (ages 14-18) on the world-renowned campus of Cambridge University, just 50 miles north of London in the south-east of England.
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Students stay in one of Cambridge University’s colleges or in our central Cambridge headquarters, ‘Reach Hall’. Our Physics & Astronomy summer program is run by professionals and Cambridge University teaching staff who truly care about your child's safety, education and cultural experience.
Residential Summer Course in Physics & Astronomy: 2 or 4-week camp for High School Students (ages 14-18) in July / August The Reach Cambridge Physics course introduces students to a range of subjects taught by scientists at the cutting edge of Physics research, such as:
The course is taught through a mixture of lectures, practical sessions, discussions, and problem-solving tasks, with a strong emphasis on increasing student knowledge as well as developing students’ skills in the subject.
Lectures also involve tutors discussing modern developments in Physics as well as their involvement and personal experiences researching the subject. Highlights include a visit to the Science Museum in London, a rocket launch practical, and a trip to the Engineering Department in Cambridge.
We also provide residential courses in Physics / Engineering, Engineering, and Biotechnology.
Student Review: "This course was an incredible experience for me and the class. I had the chance of learning lots of things and this course proved my interest in Physics and confirmed my wish to study it in college."
- Jean, Physics Student