A small historic town, Cambridge offers a peaceful atmosphere of academia and absorbing culture. Join the rhythm of college life: attending classes, punting on the River Cam, cycling the cobbled streets and enjoying the British summer in the colleges’ riverside gardens.
With an 800-year-old legacy, Cambridge University is a place where historic academia and innovation collide. It’s no wonder it has produced 97 Nobel Laureates, 15 British prime ministers, 10 Fields Medalists and alumni including Isaac Newton and Charles Darwin.
Each boasting a unique history and beauty, Cambridge’s Colleges form the centre of student life. Not simply a place to reside, they are a social hub, providing meals in the college dining hall and a place to spend time with your ‘student family’.
From cosmopolitan cities to green counties, Britain is rich in tradition and culture. Its history is dotted with great achievements and great thinkers. Both golf and football were invented here and it has been the source of great literature from Shakespeare’s plays to Harry Potter.
Cambridge University students are “fellows” of the summer programs, introducing students to local campus life and activities. Learn about Cambridge students’ favourite things to do in the city, from college tours to a pint in the local pub.