Youth group, Oxford – London – Cambridge, available in 2 weeks / 3 weeks / 4 weeks in the UK.
Summer school for elementary and secondary school students is a study programme sponsored by a school or a college during the summer vacation. The summer schools offer students an opportunity to pursue their educational needs as well as personal interests. Although the main purpose of summer school is academically-orientated for both gifted students and students needing remedial assistance, there are a wide variety of courses offered, ranging from courses geared towards academic exams and college preparations to music, arts and other recreational areas of study, to fit the needs of almost every child. The summer English courses in the UK, for example, are always of high demand for international students to gain an edge over their peers at home during the summer.
Live Our Dreams works with UK leading summer schools to offer young Chinese students an exclusive opportunity for an inspirational summer of academic and cultural study in the world’s great universities, such as Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Students are able to choose either one summer school programme from our three locations: Oxford – London – Cambridge or they can combine two programmes offered from two summer schools to maximise their learning experiences and outcomes while study abroad during summer holidays.
Major benefits of attending a summer school include:
1) Improve and sharpen English language skills through structured course programmes and full immersion in English environment;
2) Make positive effects to student’s academic achievement through great learning with fun opportunities;
3) Live, study and personally experience the UK vibrant university campus life with full immersion in UK top university settings;
4) Engaging children’s minds and hands meaningfully with international peers to gain an edge over national peers during summer break;
5) Step into the world of independence from the care of the parents to foster self-reliance and self-confidence.
6) Meeting and making new friends from all over the world to broaden student’s international perspectives, and learn about different places and cultures;
7) keeping children away from the ‘summer youth troubles’, or watching TV or playing video games at home;
8) Having fun with varied extra-curricular social, culture and recreational activities for personal and social development.
Check it out below for other youth programmes that we organise as well as other activities that we engage in.