of Cambridge International Summer Programmes
Study at one of the world's leading universities
this summer. The University of Cambridge International
Summer Programmes have a reputation for excellent
teaching, fascinating courses and inspirational lectures.
Over 200 courses make up the open-access programmes:
Business and Entrepreneurship, Science, Literature,
Creative Writing, History, Art and Visual Culture,
Ancient and Classical Worlds, Medieval Studies, Shakespeare
and the Renaissance and Interdisciplinary studies.
We also offer an English Law and Legal Methods Programme.
for Interamerican Studies: Semester in the Andes
SPRING - FALL
The Semester in the Andes program combines
quality academic content with an extended intercultural
and language experience. Live and study in Cuenca,
Ecuador, while also traveling to some of South America’s
must-see sites: Machu Picchu, the Galapagos Islands
and the Amazon Rainforest! The semester is open to
students from a wide range of majors with or without
previous Spanish knowledge. The semester is divided
into two academic terms, allowing students to begin
with intensive Spanish courses and then choose from
several options: further Spanish courses, internship/service
learning project, or courses from several academic
International Japanese Language School / Intensive
Japanese Language and Culture
Full Japanese-language immersion for the
serious student. Comprehensive :Direct Method” Japanese-only
instruction by top-rated professors, in classes with
students from other parts of Asia and other countries.
Student-teacher ratio 11:1 or better. Teachers are
unfailingly helpful; compassionate program staff.
Supplemental conversation groups in English if needed.
Six language levels. Japanese Culture and Civilization
course (plus excursions) and optional co-curricular
activities. Earn a year’s credit or more, in Semester,
Extended Semester, or Academic Year terms. Academic
credit available and issued by US Universities. Also,
popular Summer Short-Term. Dormitory and homestay.
Put yourself on the line, kick up your Japanese, and
be proud of your achievement—at a reasonable cost.