Psychology (Cambridge, 13-15) Oxford Summer Courses

Cambridge
14 days
23rd June 2024 - 10th August 2024
From £6,395

Course Details

Oxford Summer Courses offers a captivating Psychology course in Cambridge for students aged 13-15. The program focuses on understanding the human mind and exploring topics such as memory, social behaviour, and decision-making. With a small class size of no more than 8 students, the course utilises interactive learning, group work, and independent research to enhance students' knowledge and skills.

Accomodation

  • Stay in the City of Cambridge. 
  • Your accommodation will be based on your chosen room type and age group. 
  • For our 13-15 Cambridge age group, full-board accommodations include breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided by the college. 
  • The 16-17 and 18-24 Cambridge age groups have half-board arrangements, offering breakfast and dinner, with dinner featuring a mix of college and local restaurant meals. Lunch is not provided.

Tuition

  • Dynamic learning experience with two lessons per day, 
  • Interactive approach with a maximum class size of 8 students. 
  • For the 16-17 age group, academic pursuits deepen with seminars, tutorials, and independent study sessions. 
  • The 18-24 age group emphasizes independent study, industry insights discussions, and career guidance.

Extracurricular Activities:

  • Typical outings to iconic destinations such as Westminster in London, the British Museum, and Canterbury. 
  • Excursions become full-day trips. 
  • Free time is incorporated, providing flexibility to organise activities with new friends.
  • City tours and orientations for a thorough introduction to the city. 
  • Evening socials, college visits, and a graduation ceremony.

Oxford Summer Courses was established in 2010 by two Oxford University alumni, Harry Hortyn and Robert Phipps. Offering a diverse range of over 40 subjects tailored for ages 9 to 24, their summer courses are hosted at prestigious university colleges and boarding schools in iconic cities including Oxford, Cambridge, London, and more. In 2023 alone, over 2,380 students experienced Oxford Summer Courses.

  • Stay in the City of Cambridge. 
  • Your accommodation will be based on your chosen room type and age group. 
  • For our 13-15 Cambridge age group, full-board accommodations include breakfast, lunch, and dinner provided by the college. 
  • The 16-17 and 18-24 Cambridge age groups have half-board arrangements, offering breakfast and dinner, with dinner featuring a mix of college and local restaurant meals. Lunch is not provided.
  • Dynamic learning experience with two lessons per day, 
  • Interactive approach with a maximum class size of 8 students. 
  • For the 16-17 age group, academic pursuits deepen with seminars, tutorials, and independent study sessions. 
  • The 18-24 age group emphasizes independent study, industry insights discussions, and career guidance.

  • Typical outings to iconic destinations such as Westminster in London, the British Museum, and Canterbury. 
  • Excursions become full-day trips. 
  • Free time is incorporated, providing flexibility to organise activities with new friends.
  • City tours and orientations for a thorough introduction to the city. 
  • Evening socials, college visits, and a graduation ceremony.

Location:

Cambridge

Fees from:

From £6,395

Typical duration:

14 days

Dates:

23rd June 2024 - 10th August 2024

Age Range:

13-15

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"The best lesson I have had so far was at the beginning of the course when we studied Game Theory, and when we did presentations in class about shops or platforms that we had to imagine ourselves."

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Alexandra, USA

"The best thing about the Medicine course was the interactivity of the lectures. My tutor was really interested in the subject, so I always felt like I could go up to her and ask her questions, whether they were about what we were learning or about other areas of biotechnology."

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Alex, Greece

"The course gave me an insight into how to make arguments in support of or against certain positions which is useful in law and the tutor assisted me in how to structure these arguments. I've enjoyed the company of having a roommate and that you make so many new friends."

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