The Cambridge College Guide
SUMMER BOARDING COURSES
In our Medicine course, students will develop practical skills, medical knowledge and English language ability as they start their journey to becoming a doctor, or work in the health industry. Additionally, students will receive practical advice on studying Medicine at university, as well as taking part in full First Aid training during the course. Beyond medical theory and practice, we look at the role of Medicine in a wider, ethical context to develop students’ critical thinking skills and understanding of important issues in public health.
Students will reside in a purpose-built student accommodation building called Tripos Court.
At Tripos Court students will be able to unwind in their cosy ensuite single rooms, whilst enjoying all of the modern comforts of everyday student living. Tripos Court is under a mile away on foot from Sancton Wood School, and has walking distance access to the local shops and town centre.
Tripos Court comes with communal social and study areas, on site laundry, communal kitchenettes, in room safes, and WiFi.
At Cherry Hinton, students have the option to socialise in the on-site common room or relax in their comfortable single en-suite bedrooms, at a site which serves all year round as an International School.
Each year our excursions may vary as we continually look at providing the most exciting and educational excursion programme for our students, but in previous years students get to enjoy visits to:
In Oxford, we’ll visit some of the city’s most famous colleges as well as the unmissable Radcliffe Camera and The Bridge of Sighs, and a trip to Oxford cannot go without punting on the River Thames. So by the end of your visit you will be able to be a good judge on whether you prefer Oxford or Cambridge.
In London, students will have the opportunity to explore some of the capital’s most famous landmarks including: The Knightsbridge Museums (Science, Natural History, V&A), Covent Garden for shopping, Greenwich – National Maritime Museum, Meridian Line, Cutty Sark, Greenwich park, views over London, AThames boat trip as well as some free time for shopping in Covent Garden.
We hope our guide to SBC at Cambridge College has got you as excited about the coming summer as we are, and we hope you have a much clearer picture of all the fantastic opportunities on the horizon in this truly unique and historical university city.
If there are any questions or queries in which you would like more information on then our dedicated admissions team are always on hand to answer any of your queries and are here to help you every step of the way.