Engineering at Cambridge College
Ages 15 - 17
Passionate about Mathematics and Sciences, and want to learn how to bring them together to make a real difference?
Our Engineering course at Cambridge will help enhance your theoretical knowledge and help lay the foundations for an incredible career in engineering.
Our Engineering summer school course is designed for students who wish to develop their understanding of thermodynamics, mechanical engineering, fluid dynamics, aerodynamics and electromagnetism through university-style seminars, lectures and workshops.
With engineering being an intersection of innovation, design and construction, at Cambridge our students apply these principles through analysing the construction of bridges, buildings, electronic circuits and mechanical design.
With its history, culture and record number of Nobel Prize winners, few places can capture your imagination as much as Cambridge, making it the perfect place to study Engineering this summer.
|Start Date||End Date||Duration||Price|
|Sunday 9th July 2023||Saturday 22nd July 2023||2 Weeks||£4,500|
|Sunday 9th July 2023||Saturday 5th August 2023||4 Weeks||£9,000|
|Sunday 23rd July 2023||Saturday 5th August 2023||2 Weeks||£4,500|
|Sunday 23rd July 2023||Saturday 19th August 2023||4 Weeks||£9.000|
|Sunday 6th August 2023||Saturday 19th August 2023||2 Weeks||£4,500|
Although the course is designed to test students’ abilities, our teachers are experienced in teaching mixed ability classes. Depending on the group’s competency with English and ability to absorb new material, our teachers can adapt according to the needs of our students.
For this course, participants are required to have a B2 and above level of English. Before the summer, your Admissions Manager will send your child(ren) an online placement test to complete. This will help us to ensure that this course is suitable for your child to participate in and benefit from.
Each student is awarded with a certificate of completion during our graduation ceremony at the end of the course.
A variety of SBC handouts are given to students, all of which were created by our own academic team.
Students should have their own pens, and are provided with notebooks and folders.
It is not necessary to read anything beforehand in order to participate fully in the programme, however it would be helpful for students to continue improving their English if they feel that they need more practice.
This was a great experience, I now know I really like the field of Engineering and for the future I know which major I will go into. This was great to put on my CV and a way to get to know everyone.
Add to your toolbox of skills that will help set you up for your future rewarding career. Please fill out the form below and a member of the admissions team will be in touch!