Pembroke-King’s Summer Programme
Programme dates: Saturday 7 July – Sunday 19 August 2018
Experience this summer the unique ‘Cambridge’ style teaching in small groups with a focus on intense classroom interaction, discussion and individual feedback and support.
The Pembroke-King’s Summer Programme (PKP) offers an exceptional opportunity for undergraduates and graduates at universities around the world to experience Cambridge student life over six weeks.
Living in Pembroke or King’s Colleges in the town centre, you select three courses from subjects in the Economics, Business, Finance, Management, Social Sciences, Sciences, Maths and Arts and Humanities: some examples are listed at the bottom of this page.
To develop your research and project management skills, you can choose the Independent Supervision option based on your academic interest: you meet with a Cambridge expert weekly to work on a series of research-based papers, or a longer dissertation. This option is especially recommended for students intending to pursue research or graduate studies.
Included in the programme costs are tuition fees for three courses, usually worth 9-12 credits, accommodation, a partial meal plan and three Formal Halls. Outside of class, a diverse and fun range of social, cultural and sporting activities are on offer.
After the summer, you can maintain your Cambridge connection through lifelong membership of the Pembroke College Circle.
See some of the exciting courses which have already been confirmed for 2018!
- Advanced Microeconomic Theory
- The Economics of Inequality, Discrimination, Poverty and Exploitation
- Industrial Organisation
- Creativity, Business Innovation and Networks
- Brands and International Marketing
- Leading and Managing Strategic Alliances
- Understanding World Politics: a Critical Overview of Core Issues and Theories
- Crime and Criminal Justice
- Contemporary Issues in Neuroscience
- Principles of Cell Signalling
- The Behavioural Ecology of Animals and Humans
- Infinite Variety: Shakespearean Drama
- Employability, Self-Making and Branding
- Screen Adaptation: Theory and Practice
- Cambridge Writers
- Film and Theatre Journalism
- Language and Cognitive Effects of Bilingualism: the Good, the Bad or the Ugly
If you have any questions about the programme or specific to your requirements, please contact: email@example.com
Please browse our brochure.