PKP 2016 Comes to a Close

by Louise Tompkins

Over the last eight weeks, 350 undergraduate students from 64 universities across the world attended the Pembroke-King’s Programme (PKP).  PKP participants experienced student life in a Cambridge college, including taking courses from the fifty on offer, attending plenary lectures and special seminars, and some students even opted to complete independent supervision projects.  Students also attended Formal Halls and participated in an exciting range of social activities in Cambridge, and many students also travelled independently around the UK and elsewhere in Europe on the weekends.

You can find out more about what the students got up to on the PKP blog, or from the student winners of our PKP 2016 blog competitions Sophia Wix and Ethan Young. Winners of the Photo of the Week competitions can be found on PKP’s Facebook page.