IFSA-Butler: Cambridge - Pembroke & Kings Colleges Cambridge, Summer

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What Pembroke and King's has to offer- Challenging academics at one of the best universities in the world- Summer program designed for international students but taught by regular Cambridge faculty- Students choose between full eight-week program ... read more

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I learned about how a seemingly similar country can be so different. I learned that the UK is much different from the USA, in many more ways than the change in accent! (The people, the climate, the politics, the economy, the culture, etc.) Raya S - Brandeis University
It was absolutely amazing. I already miss it and it's been less than 2 weeks since the program ended. It's so much fun and I learn so much about things I assume. In England, internet is NOT everywhere, there's not even internet in Starbucks, the only place with free wi-fi is McDonald's. Also there's a 1 GB bandwidth limit on int... Hongbo W - Brandeis University

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What Pembroke and King's has to offer

- Challenging academics at one of the best universities in the world
- Summer program designed for international students but taught by regular Cambridge faculty
- Students choose between full eight-week program or four-week tracks in International Security and Intelligence or Creative Writing
- Variety of activities and excursions organized by resident advisors and teaching assistants
- Easy access to all that Cambridge has to offer, including punting (boating), sports, barbecues and visits to restaurants, pubs, theatres, cinemas and art galleries
-  Students on the eight-week program have a day trip to London to see a production at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre and visit museums and galleries
-  The eight-week program includes a four-day trip to Edinburgh, with dinner on the first night, transportation and accommodation at a bed and breakfast


Program Type(s):
Study Abroad
Program Length(s):
  • Summer
Instruction Language(s):
  • English
Minimum GPA:
3.2
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