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Summer Schools 2014

INDIA HONG KONG SINGAPORE UK USA


Dear Parents, Summer school programmes often involve a lot more hands-on learning than the students will find in their regular classes. Many residential summer school programmes include sports, travel and social activities in their curricula. Personal development and leadership skills are also major themes. Attending a challenging summer school programme can increase the student chances of getting into a competitive college. While attendance at a high-powered summer school does not guarantee that the student will get into an Ivy League school, it does add certain lustre to his / her college applications. Some summer school programmes are as competitive as colleges, requiring an extensive application complete with PSAT/NMSQT or SAT scores, teacher recommendations and a personal essay.

We, at Careers Department, have launched a wider approach to summer schools, but it is in the very early stages. Last year 6 boys attended Summer School programmes and we monitored the feedback from the boys who went. Based on which we have prepared a brochure which has all the information about summer schools. Please note that the information contained in the brochure is last years as updated information

regarding summer school 2013 will be available by January – February 2013. However, the information relevant for 2013 are placed on top of the brochure. Please feel free to contact PNL at pnl@doonschool.com for any suggestions and clarifications. Thank you for your understanding and cooperation.


India Summer Schools 2014


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Summer Courses in Delhi in June. The course will takeaudience place in Miranda House for use with an international

Summer School in Mumbai in April. The Course will take place in HR College of Commerce DUAL BRANDING WITH EXTERNAL PARTNERS and Economics & Jai Hind College Mumbai. Students who have met the attendance criteria and have submitted and passed all required coursework for the Summer School will receive a detailed transcript from us.

Eligibility- All students from India must have scored at least 70% in their last Board/University examination. Those who have appeared for their 12th standard examination are also eligible to apply; they should have scored at least 70% in their last School level examination. Fees for 2014 will be published shortly Accommodation- In Delhi there are a limited number of accommodation places available in the Miranda House College Hostel which are open to female candidates. Accommodation can be made available on request in Delhi University hostels for male candidates. In Mumbai they can advise on suitable hotels in the area however accommodation is not available on the Mumbai programme. Applications for Mumbai open in November Applications for Delhi open in January


Details for 2014 will be announced soon.

• Classes are composed of 16-18 students.

The Duke TIP in India program provides a unique learning environment designed to motivate and hallenge academically talented Indian students. Within a supportive and nurturing campus setting, Duke TIP strives to stretch highly talented students beyond their self-perceived expectations and limits.

Since 2008, almost 500 Indian students have participated in Summer Studies in India Program. Students explore topics ranging from environmental engineering to entrepreneurial leadership, engage in inspiring residential programming, experience life on a university campus, and develop lasting friendships with academically-gifted peers from throughout ndia.

• Duke TIP in India is a three-week residential summer program. • Instructional teams challenge students to examine one topic in-depth and a creative residential staff develops programming designed to foster friendship and teamwork.

Selection for the Duke TIP in India Summer Studies Program is based on a student’s exceptional performance on an above-level ASSET test. The test is administered to 7th standard tudents as part of the Duke TIP in India Talent Search, and the process mirrors the objective selection process that Duke TIP has successfully used for over thirty years to identify academically gifted youth. The ASSET test is administered by Educational Initiatives, one of India’s leading educational organizations. For more information on Educational Initiatives and ASSET, and how your child can participate in the Talent Search, visit http://www.ei-india.com/eiwww/duke-tip.html


COLUMBIA BUSINESS SCHOOL GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP PROGRAM IN DELHI The Columbia Business School, NY, offers its signature GLOBAL ENTREPRENEURSHIP COURSE in New Delhi, India for students in high school, from the 18th to 22nd December in Delhi. Limited to 30students only, this opportunity becomes more unique as it will be taught by The Columbia Business School’s Director of Community and Global Entrepreneurship, Dr. Jack McGourty, who for the

last 18 years has been teaching this program to under graduate, graduate and PhD students. http://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/ entrepreneurship/affiliates/invented/video The Global entrepreneurship program is an intensive, educational program in innovation, venture creation, entrepreneurship, and leadership offered by the Columbia Business School for young, aspiring, entrepreneurs around the world. The program is designed to meet the underserved educational needs of young globally oriented innovators and aspiring entrepreneurs. Classroom experiences are designed specifically for high school students to experience college level college level education and experience. For further information please visit http://youngmindsonline.com/columbia.php Program Details Program Name : The Columbia Business School Global Entrepreneurship Program Period : 40 hours


Date : 18th – 22nd of December, 2013 Timings : 9am – 4pm daily. Venue : American Embassy School, New Delhi Pre-requisites : All Applications shall be approved by The Columbia Business School. Minimum qualification : Students in High School Student Fees : Rs 99,000 + applicable taxes Highlights: § Intensive “boot camp” style program for aspiring young global entrepreneurs § Students work on their own venture ideas, creating a new

venture planning portfolio, including market analysis, minimum viable product prototypes, integrated financial statements, and investor pitch § Through a structured, modular approach, students are guided through class content & activities sequenced to mirror venture planning process § Partnerships with local academic, corporate, investors, government, and NGOs to support and mentor graduates of the program Program Benefits § College and graduate level class experience taught by Columbia University Faculty § Content structured on entrepreneurship courses currently delivered within Columbia University undergraduate and graduate degree programs § Students acquire technical knowledge and skills in venture creation, industry and market dynamics, strategy formation, product development, leadership, operations, and finance.


Participants also increase college level research, project management, communication, and team skills ยง Course content & readings customized to take into account regional cultures, business practices, market trends, and currencies ยง Students create a new venture planning document, investment pitch package, venture logo & web domain name by end of program ยง Students receive Columbia Business School certificate of course completion

ยง Students receive a letter of recommendation that can be included in college and graduate school application packages ยง Selected student ventures receive post program mentoring and support to help execute their plans For admission form and further inquiries, please write with student details to newsdesk@youngmindsonline.com The admission counsellor shall contact you promptly for further information as required. Manjit Pahuja-9811456566, Seats are limited to 30 students only on a first come first serve basis.


Hong Kong Summer Schools 2014


Summer Institute offers over 30 university-level introductory courses specially designed for senior secondary school students. Each course spans over 2 weeks and normally consists of 14 instructional hours (lectures/tutorials/labs) and a final assessment. Interested students please visit the Eligibility section for details on eligibility.

Venue All classes will take place at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong. This is a non-residential program. On-campus accommodation will not be available for Summer Institute participants.

Program Dates and Class Times 15 July to 9 August 2013 Module 1: 15 – 26 July, 2013 Module 2: 29 July – 9 August, 2013

Courses and Credits Upon successful completion of each course, you will be entitled to a university credit that can be counted towards your undergraduate studies at HKUST in the future. A maximum of 4 credits can be earned in one year.


Course Descriptions Courses listed below will be offered in Summer Institute 2013. Click on the course title to see its description. This list is subject to change without prior notice; confirmed courses will be listed on the application for course selection. Science • Appreciation of Our Nature • Chemistry in the Modern World # • Introductory Game Theory • Calculus: the First Steps • The Physics of Everyday Life Engineering • The Fascinating World of Multimedia and Its Processing • Fundamentals of Robot Control and Action • Intelligent Sensing Technologies • Exploring Internet Multimedia • Development of Great Structures throughout Civilisation • Better Environment: The Technology Behind the Stories

• The Electric Vehicle: Technology and Expectations in the Automobile Age • Renewal Energy Applications: Wind Power for Lighting • Engineering and Environment • Introduction to Fluid Phenomena on Earth NEW COURSE

Business and Management • Accounting as a Language of Business • Information Systems for Business Innovation • Price Theory and Its Applications • The World of Marketing • Becoming an Effective Decision Maker • Managing Business Operations for Competitive Advantage


• Effective Management for Results • Understanding Finance • Social Media in Business NEW COURSE

Humanities and Social Science • Appreciation of Western Architecture ProgramFee • Psychology and Personal Growth HK$ 2,000 per course • Introduction to Musical Theatre The program fee covers for tuition and study materials. Enrichment activities are free of charge. • Sociology and Everyday Life NEW • The Story of Canto-Pop COURSE • Exploring Music and Film • Introducing Music Theory CONEURW SE • What is Innovation? EligibilityEquivalency of Year of Study under Different Curriculum NEW COURSE

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System International Baccalaureate (IB) International Grade

not eligible MYP 9

Eligible MYP (last year) DP (1st year) 10 11

not eligible DP (2nd year) 12


Enquiries HKUST Summer Institute, Office of the Dean of Students The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Tel : 2358 8464 Fax : 3521 0634 Email : ustsummer@ust.hk Website : http://summer.ust.hk/ Address : HKUST Summer Institute, Office of the Dean of Students, Room 4592, The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong Office Hours Monday to Friday : 9:00am – 12:30pm and 2:00pm – 5:30pm Saturday, Sunday and Public Holidays : Closed


Singapore Summer Schools 2014


Sci-Tech Explorer Camp 5-day educational camp at National University of Singapore Specially designed for 16 to 18 years old students (Grade 9 to 12) to get a glimpse into different technologies and their application in real life. This allows students to discover an area of interest and develop into a lifelong passion. Intake 1 27 - 31 May 2013 S$1,500.00* Venue NUS Main Campus (Kent Ridge Campus) CategoriesExplore Medicine & Surgery Technologies, Explore Renewable Energy Technologies, Explore Smart Buildings, Explore 3D Printing Technology

*(Fee includes accommodation (single room in student hostel), breakfast, lunch & dinner (vegetarian option available), airport transfers, field trips and programme related transport arrangement. Fee does not include airfare, visa fees, health/travel insurance and personal expenses.)


NUS Science Summer Camp 2013 Duration 1 week Eligibility- Specially designed for 16 to 18 years old students (Grade 9 to 12) to get a glimpse into the world of science. This allows students to discover their passion and potential in the field. Intake 1 24 - 28 Jun 2013 Fees- S$1800.00. Fee includes accommodation (single room in student hostel), breakfast, lunch & dinner (vegetarian option available), airport transfers, field trips and programme related transport arrangement. WHAT YOU WILL LEARN • Solve a murder mystery using DNA Analysis in the “DNA Workshop” • Explore sub-atomic and molecular structures using an Electron Microscope in the “Nanotechnology Workshop” • Create your own delicious jellies and learn the chemistry behind them in the “Jellies Workshop” • Discover the biodiversity of the mangrove ecosystem and its roles in nature science


UK Summer Schools 2014


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Web Address: http://www.summerschoolscotland.com/summer-schools/st-andrews/course-dates-age-restrictions/ Course start dates- Session 1- 3rd July – 24th July 2014 Session 2- 27th July – 17th August 2014 How to apply: https://www.summerschoolscotland.com/apply/application-form/ Cost- Enrollment fees of 500 GBP and remaining fees of 3100 GBP which will be due within 3 weeks of acceptance. This includes tuition fees, accommodation, course material and equipment, evening activities and weekend trips, cultural events, the Highland games, and airport transfer from and to Edinburgh International Airport. Age Restriction- The summer course is open to students aged between 13 and 18 CategoriesAcademicsEnglish Language IB Program(Pre-IB and Extended Essay) Debate Youth Leadership Creative Writing

Electives Golf Theatre Tennis Film Art

Acommodation: http://www.summerschoolscotland.com/summer-schools/st-andrews/accommodation/


Cambridge Summer Programme Web Address- http://www.summerschoolscotland.com/summer-schools/cambridge/ Course start dates- Session 1- 16th July – 6th August 2014 How to apply- https://www.summerschoolscotland.com/apply/application-form/ Age Restriction- The summer course is open to students aged between 13 and 18 Categories Academics English Language Advanced English with IELTS Preparation Debate Journalism Pre-IB Business and Entrepreneurship Accommodation- In Queen’s college

Electives Outdoor Leadership Theatre Tennis Photography Fencing


Oxford Summer School Web Address- http://www.oxfordsummercourses.com/ Course start dates29th June to 12th July 13th July to 26th July 27th July to 9th August How to apply- http://www.oxfordsummercourses.com/ apply/ Cost- 2 week courses: ÂŁ3,395; 4 week courses: ÂŁ6,395. CategoriesBiology, Chemistry, Creative Writing, Economics and Business, English Literature, Geography, History, International Relations, Law, Mathematics, Philosophy, Physics, Politics, Psychology Accommodation- University accommodation.

Oxford Universityhttp://www.summerfuel.com/pre_college/oxford Dates: July 1*-26, 2014 Paris Extension, July 26-30 Program Fee: $7,995 + airfare Housing: Dormitory Grades: Completing grades 9-12 Morning Courses Business, SAT Prep by The Princeton Review, Science, Social Sciences, Visual & Performing Arts, Writing & Literature, Business, SAT Prep by The Princeton Review, Science, Social Sciences, Visual & Performing Arts, Writing & Literature.


http://microsites.bournemouth.ac.uk/internationalsummer-school/?utm_source=online&utm_ medium=shortcut&utm_campaign=iss Summer Schools throughout July 2014 for 14–17 year olds, delivered on Bournemouth University’s Talbot Campus. The programme will be launched between December – January each academic year, when schools will be sent recruitment flyers, posters and application forms by post. summerschools@bournemouth.ac.uk or call 01202 961 196. Duration- 3 weeks

Courses running in July 2014 • The Big Dig (Archaeology) • Maritime Archaeology • Field Ecology Research Skills • • • • •

Cyber Insecurity – Hack the System Journalism and Television Production Food, Society and Culture within Britain and Europe Understanding the Global Business Environment Advances in Design and their Industrial


Applications • Computer Animation and Visual Effects (with English) • Marketing Communications and the Branding Environment • Understanding the Global Business Environment (with English) Online application- http://microsites.bournemouth.ac.uk/ international-summer-school/apply/ Application deadline- 1st May 2014 EligibilityAcademic requirements We welcome applications from students over the age of 18 who have undertaken a minimum of one year universitylevel study and have achieved a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or equivalent. If your university does not work on a GPA scale and you are unsure of your grade equivalence then please get in touch so we can advise as to whether your qualification is sufficient for entry. English language requirements All courses on the Summer School will be taught in English. Therefore all students whose first language is

not English must provide proof of English proficiency*. Acceptable qualifications include: • IELTS (Academic) score of 6.0 with a minimum of 5.5 in each component • TOEFL (internet-based) 80 (Listening 17, Reading 18, Speaking 20, Writing 17) • Pearson Test of English (PTE) 54 with a minimum of 53 in each component *Not required for programmes delivered by the School of Applied Sciences. With English Programme Academic requirements We welcome applications from students over the age of 18 who have undertaken a minimum of one year university level study. English language requirements Although there is an opportunity to improve your English language skills as part of these courses, all students whose first language is not English must still provide proof of a minimum English proficiency. This is so students are at a level where they are able to benefit from the programme.


Acceptable qualifications include: • IELTS (Academic) score of 5.0 with a minimum of 4.5 in each component • TOEFL (internet-based) 54 (Listening 15, Reading 16, Speaking 17, Writing 16) • Pearson Test of English (PTE) 45 with a minimum of 49 in each component Alternative and non-standard qualifications If you do not meet the academic requirements above but are keen to attend the International Summer School we may still be able to consider you depending on the overall quality of your application, therefore please contact us. Equivalent level qualifications may also be considered. Please contact us for further information. The fee for the programme is £2,300 and includes the following: • Academic course costs • One week cultural programme • Airport transfers

• Accommodation – student apartments including fully equipped kitchens • Breakfast and lunch every weekday on campus • Welcome and farewell banquets • Three evening social events each week with the Bournemouth Buddies. Once you have received an offer from us then you will need to pay a non-refundable deposit of £230 in order to secure your place. The deadline for deposits is 1 May 2014. Please see our financial terms and conditions for further information. The remaining £2,070 will need to be paid by 31 May 2014. Accommodation- For the duration of the programme you will be staying in Cranborne House*. This accommodation is situated in the centre of Bournemouth and is a short bus ride away from Talbot Campus, the focus of the first two weeks of the programme, and only a 10 minute walk from the beach


OXBRIDGE SUMMER SCHOOLS

Deadline- 7th February App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation The Oxford Prep Experience Insurance Course Dates- Grades 8-9 - July 5 - July 31, 2014 Fees- $7495 US Campus- Corpus Oriel College Scholarship- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/uploads/ Courses Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Humanties- English History and Culture, History’s secrets, Scholarship deadline- 8th March Introduction to Philosophy, Literature and the fantastic, Accommodation- Single Room- +$475 US Double War in World History. Room- +$425 US Sciences and Social Sciences-Applied Science, Business Communication, Business and Finance,Computer Science Email- info@oxbridgeprograms.com and App design, Genetics, Global Economics, International Phone Number- 1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049, Relationns, Law and Society, Medical Science, Politics and Web Address- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/theEconomics, Psychology. cambridge-tradition/ Production and Workshop- Creative Writing, Architecture, Drama, Journalism, Photography, Speech and Debate, Studio Art


The Oxford Tradition Course Dates- Grades 10-12 - July 6 - August 2, 2014 Campus- Pembroke and Oriel Colleges Courses Humanties- Art History, Archeology, British History, Classical Civilzation, English Literature, Latin- Poetry and Language, Literature and the Fantastic, Musicology, Psychology in Literature, Philosophy : Of Mind and Morals, Screenwriting, War in World History. Sciences and Social Sciences-Business and Ethics, Emerging Global Economies, Entrepreneuralism, Gender Studies, International Business, International Law, Intrernational Relations, Law and Society, Law and the Economy, Math and Engineering, Medical Ethics, Medical Science, Molecular Medicine, Neurospycholoigy, Physics and the future, Politics and Economics, Pop culture as knowledge, Psychology and psychopharmacology, Social Psychology

Production and Workshop- Creative Writing, Architecture, Drama, Filmmaking, Journalism, Photography, Speech and Debate, Studio Art Deadline- 17th January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7795 US Scholarship http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/uploads/ Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline- 22nd Feb Accommodation- Single Room- +$450 US Double Room- +$395 US Email- info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number- 1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049, Web Address- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/thecambridge-tradition/


The Cambridge Prep Experience

App Fees $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Course Dates- Grades 8-9 - July 4 - July 30, 2014 Campus-Peterhouse- The oldest college of Cambridge Fees- $7495 US Scholarship- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ Coursesuploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Humanties- Archeology and Anthropology, Art Scholarship deadline-8th March 2013 History, English Literature, Philosphy, The Rise and Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Fall of British Empire Phone Number-1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049, Sciences and Social Sciences-Computer science, Criminology, Entrepreneurialism, Global Business, Web Address-http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/theInternational espionage, Law and the Economy, cambridge-tradition/ Math and Nature, Medical Ethics, Medical Sciendce, The Cambridge Tradition Molecular Biology, Music- Mastery and Mixing, Course Dates- Grades 10-12 - July 7 - August 3, 2014 Science of the Future, Social Psychology. Campus- Jesus college Production and Workshop- Creative Writing, Drama, Courses Photojournalism, Film Making, Speech and Debate, Humanties- Art History, Egyptology, English Studio Art Literature, Historys’ secrects, Philosphy Deadline- 7th February


Sciences and Social Sciences- Advertising, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Climate and Geography, Criminology, Economics, Finance and Accounting, International Business, International espionage, International Relations, Medical Sciendce, Medicine and the Brain, Political Science, Psychology, Sports medicine, Zoology Production and Workshop- Architecture, Creative Writing, Drama, Photohjournalism, Speech and Debate, Studio Art Deadline- 24th January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7795 US

Scholarship-http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ uploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline-22nd Feb Accommodation- Single Room- +$200 US Double Room- +$100 US Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number- 1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049, Web Address-http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/thecambridge-tradition/


Sciences and Social Sciences- Advertising, Astronomy and Astrophysics, Climate and Geography, Criminology, Economics, Finance and Accounting, International Business, International espionage, International Relations, Medical Sciendce, Medicine and the Brain, Political Science, Psychology, Sports medicine, Zoology Production and Workshop- Architecture, Creative Writing, Drama, Photohjournalism, Speech and Debate, Studio Art Deadline- 24th January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7795 US

Scholarship-http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ uploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline-22nd Feb Accommodation- Single Room- +$200 US Double Room- +$100 US Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number- 1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049, Web Address-http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/thecambridge-tradition/


FRANCE- L’Académie de France

PARIS- L’Académie de Paris

Course Dates-Grades 9-12 - July 2 - July 29, 2014 Campus-Lycée Notre Dame de la Merci, a boarding school in the historic heart of Montpellier, France. Courses-http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ academie-de-paris/courses.php Deadline- 31st January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7695 US Scholarship-http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ uploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline-1st March Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number-1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049,

Course Dates- Grades 9-12 - July 5 - August 1, 2014 Campus- Lycée Notre Dame de Sion, a top independent school in the heart of Paris, France. Courses- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ academie-de-france/courses.php Deadline- 31st January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7795 US Scholarship- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ uploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline-1st March Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number-1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049,


La Academia de España

La Academia de Barcelona

Course Dates- Grades 9-12 - July 1 - July 28, 2014 Campus- Colegio Mayor Fray Luis de León located in the Salamanca, Spain. Courses- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/laacademia-de-espana/ Deadline- 31st January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7645 US Scholarship- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ uploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline-1st March Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number-1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049,

Course Dates- Grades 9-12 - July 5 - August 1, 2014 Campus- The Residencia Universitária Josep Manyanet, a university residence in an upscale residential area of Barcelona, Spain. Courses- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/laacademia-de-barcelona/courses.php Deadline- 31st January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7695 US Scholarship- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ uploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline-1st March Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number-1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049,


The New York College Experience Course Dates- Grades 9-12 - June 29 - July 26, 2014 Campus- Barnard College, NY Courses- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/newyork-college-experience/courses.php Deadline- 31st January App Fees- $1175 US with Medical Emergency Cancellation Insurance Fees- $7795 US Scholarship- http://www.oxbridgeprograms.com/ uploads/Scholarship_Application_2013.pdf Scholarship deadline-1st March Email-info@oxbridgeprograms.com Phone Number-1-800-828-8349 or 212-932-3049,


USA Summer Schools 2014


Harvard Summer school Web Address- http://www.summer.harvard.edu/ programs/secondary-school CategoriesAcademic (pre-college enrichment) College Courses Humanities and Social Sciences Sciences Visual and Performing Arts Deadline- Info will be available in Jan 2014 Eligibility- high school students who will graduate in 2014, 2015, or 2016 and who meet the application and admission criteria. Credit- College credit available Accommodation-http://wayback.archiveit. org/3693/20130913194532/http://www.summer. harvard.edu/housing Phone- 00112138-3722

Email- ssp@dcemail.harvard.edu June 21 2014 to August 9, 2014. 2014 information available in December Information about 2014 admission, cost, and housing will be online in early December


Brown University Location 1- BELL- Costa Rica Web Address- http://www.brown.edu/ce/pre-college/ bell/costa_rica/index.php Categories- Biology, Conservation and Sustainability Deadline- The application period for Summer 2014 opens in December Deadline to submit Documents- http://www.brown. edu/ce/pre-college/for-international.php Programme dates- July 21 - August 10, 2013 Eligibility- For students completing 9th and are at least 16 years of age by June 2013. Fees- $7193 Location 2- Naxos, Greece Web Address- http://www.brown.edu/ce/pre-college/ international/naxos/ Categories- Ancient and modern Greek through humanities and social science

Programme dates- July 14 - August 4, 2013 Eligibility- For students completing 9th and are at least 16 years of age by June 2013. Fees- $8254


Location 3- Rome, Italy Web Address- http://www.brown.edu/ce/pre-college/ international/rome/ Programme dates- July 14 - August 3, 2013 Eligibility- For students completing 9th and are at least 16 years of age by June 2013. Fees- $8254 Location 4- Segovia, Spain Web Address- http://www.brown.edu/ce/pre-college/ international/segovia/ Programme dates- June 23 - July 13 2013 Categories Global Business in Context: Spanish Language, Literature, Politics and Media Eligibility- For students completing 9th and are at least 16 years of age by June 2013. Fees- $8254


Web Addresshttps://www.umass.edu/summer/international


WebAddress-http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/ program-areas/summer/high-school-programs/ index.php Deadline-http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/ program-areas/summer/high-school-programs/ college-preparation-program/admission.php FeesCollege Credit course option Tuition (1 course) $3615 Program fees- $800 Room and Board- $425 Programme dates- http://www.scs.northwestern. edu/program-areas/summer/high-school-programs/ college-preparation-program/admission.php Eligibility- Have completed your junior year of high school by the date the program begins

Application process- http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/ program-areas/summer/high-school-programs/collegepreparation-program/admission.php http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/program-areas/summer/ high-school-programs/college-preparation-program/creditcourses.php http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/program-areas/summer/ high-school-programs/college-preparation-program/tuition. php


Web Address- http://globalscholars.yale.edu/ Deadline- 20th Feb 2014Application fees $55 a) Categories - Science, policy and innovation Programme dates- (Spi)- new for 2014- June 16 to June 29 2014 Eligibility- Grade 10-12 Fees- $5,000 Application process- http://globalscholars.yale.edu/ apply https://apply.globalscholars.yale.edu/apply/ Web Address- http://globalscholars.yale.edu/ Deadline- Deadline- 20th Feb 2014- Application fees $55 b)Categories - Politics, Law and Economics- PLE)July 7 to July 2013 Programme dates- (Spi)- new for 2014- June 16 to June 29 2014

Eligibility- The program is designed for students, usually ages 15-17 at the time of application, who still some high school high school or secondary school to complete. You are eligible to apply if you will finish your final year of high school or secondary school in 2015 or 2016. Fees- $5,000 Email global.scholars@yale.edu Web Address - http://summer.yale.edu/ Application process- http://globalscholars.yale.edu/apply


https://apply.globalscholars.yale.edu/apply/ c) Categories- Studies in grand Strategy- July 26 to 8th August

YALE SUMMER SESSION http://summer.yale.edu/find-your-program Categories- (2014 list will be available by mid december) Accounting, Applied Physics, Architecture, Biology, Chemistry, Cognitive Science, Computer Science, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Engineering and Applied Science, Environmental Engineering, Environmental Studies, English, Ethics, Politics, and Economics, History, History of Art, Humanities, Literature, Mathematics, Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Science (for STARS students only), Sociology, Statistics

SESSION A starts on 2nd June SESSION B starts on 7th July Eligibility- Pre-college Students • To apply, you must be in your junior or senior year of high school at the time of application. Rising juniors are not eligible to attend.


YALE- SIG (Summer institute for gifted) Session 1 Dates: June 28 - July 18, 2014 Session 2 Dates: July 20 - August 9, 2014 Open to students who will be ages 13 - 17 by August 31 Program Fees Residential: $5,395


Web Addresshttp://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/scholars Deadline Session A- March 14th Session B- April 11th Programme dates Session A: June 8-July 12, 2014 Session B: July 13-August 15, 2014


Web Addresshttps://pave.vanderbilt.edu/ayindex.php Deadline- 20th April 2014 Programme dates- June 23 - July 25, 2014 Fees- https://pave.vanderbilt.edu/ayinfo_general. php#general Email- pave@vanderbilt.edu Application process- https://pave.vanderbilt.edu/ summer_reqform_main_1.php https://pave.vanderbilt.edu/ayinfo_program_of_ study.php#program_of_study


Web Address http://summercollege.syr.edu/ Programme dates- 6 weeks- 1st July to 9th August Available Courses Architecture, Engineering, Introduction to Animation and Game Development, Forensic science, Law and Legal Communication, Liberal Arts, Media literacy, Popular culture and Democracy, Public Communication. 3 Weeks Program • Acting and Musical Theatre 2 Weeks Programs Session 1 (June 30 to July 2012) 2013 • Recording Studio Techniques & Pratice • Portfolio Prep – 2D

• Industrial Design, Chairs Session 2 (July 14- 26) 2013 • Web Design • Management and Technology in the Business World • Intro to Fashion Design Session 3 (July 28 – August 9) 2013 • Social Media • Graphic Design


Eligibility- Summer College at Syracuse is designed for high school students in good academic standing who demonstrate maturity and self-discipline. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school. We will consider applications from students entering their sophomore year for our twoweek noncredit programs. Cost- 6 Week, credit-bearing studio programs Architecture, Engineering, Forensic science Residential- $8182 Commuter- $5853 6 week, credit-bearing pre-professional programs Animation and Game Design, Law, Liberal Arts, Public Communications

3 week, non-credit Management and Technology, Web Design Residential- $3319 Commuter- $2537 Email- sumcoll@syr.edu


TULANE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE ELIGIBILITYThe program is intended for high school students who have completed their sophmore year. Younger students who demonstrate maturity in their attitudes and schoolwork may also apply. High school graduates may apply as well, and presently enrolled Tulane and Newcomb students may take the course for college credit. Credit At the completion of the course, high school students will receive 3 college credits. Students in Career Explorations in Architecture who eventually enroll in the Tulane University School of Architecture, will receive elective credit for the course.

When The program runs from Sunday, June 22 - Friday, July 11. Tuition and Fees Tuition for Career Explorations in Architecture is $2,000.00, in addition a $25.00 application fee. Tuition is payable at registration.


Application Because enrollment is limited, students are encouraged to apply early. As soon as the completed application and fee are received, the student will be notified of acceptance. Download the application and submit by May 1, 2014. Write “Career Explorations in Architecture� at the top and mail to the School of Architecture. Information Further information on Career Explorations in Architecture may be obtained by contacting: Wendy Sack Assistant Dean wdsack@tulane.edu

Tulane School of Architecture Richardson Memorial Hall 304 New Orleans, Louisiana 70118 504.314.2355


Carleton College Web Address http://apps.carleton.edu/summer/ Programme dates Summer Writing Program- 6th July to 25th July 2014 Summer Science Instt- 13th July to 3rd August 2014 and 20th July to 8th August Summer Quantitative Reasoning Instt- 13th July to 1st August 2014 Summer Computer Science Instt- 20th July to 8th August 2014

Carleton Liberal Arts Exp- 6th July to 12th July 2013


Ithaca College In Ithaca’s residential pre-college summer program, high school students experience college life and college-level courses while living in a safe environment. The College has two program offerings, each with courses designed and reserved expressly for pre-college students. Three Week Session June 29 - July 18, 2014 We will begin accepting applications for the 2014 program on November 1, 2013. 2014 courses for the three-week session: • Acting I (3 credits) • Communication, Culture and Rhetoric (3 credits)

• Cultural Anthropology (3 credits) • Digital Music Production (noncredit) • General Psychology (3 credits) • Health Sciences: Foundations and Careers (2 credits)


• Introduction to Musical Theater Performance (3 credits) • Introduction to Media Production (4 credits) • Introduction to Sport Management (3 credits) • Issues in Management: New Product Development & Marketing and Social Media (3 credits) Eligibility- Students who will be between 15 years and 18 years of age at the time of the summer college program are welcome to apply Program Fees The cost to attend the 2014 Summer College for High School Students three-week session is US $4,980. This fee includes room and board in an Ithaca College residence hall, a campus meal plan, and all

required activities. (Certain expenses such as textbooks, are not included in the cost of the program -- these additional expenses come to approximately US $250.) Payment in full is due by May 15. We do not offer a payment plan, nor is financial aid available.


Three-week applicants require the following to complete their applications: 1. the online application form 2. a high school transcript 3. a brief essay (essay instructions are provided as a download on this page) 4. $25 application fee payment (a link to payment will be available after the online application is submitted)


Carnegie Mellon

Programme dates- 29th June to 9th August 2013 June 29 - August 9, 2013 You can either explore architecture, art & design, drama, music or the National High School Game Academy to prepare yourself for study at the college level. Through our Advanced Placement/Early Admission program, you can take two challenging college courses in order to gain advanced placement and get a head start in college. Be sure to watch the videos of the programs. We’ll accept applications past May 1, pending space in the program. We are no longer accepting applications for Game Academy.

Dates & Deadlines April 1 International Applications Due* May 1 Domestic Applications Due June 1 Final Payments Due* (domestic and international)


June 29 July 1 July 4 August 4 August 9 August 10

Registration/Orientation First Day of Classes University Holiday (No Classes) Closing Banquet Last Day of Classes Checkout by Noon

Eligibility- 16 to 18 years Credit Awarded: College credit is awarded for our Advanced Placement / Early Admission programme only. Housing Options: Students must live in university housing. Pittsburgh residents have a commuter option.

Cost and financial aid: Total costs of tuition and housing range from $4,663 to $7,950. Details on programme specific costs and financial aid for our Architecture and Art & Design programmes can be found on our website. Phone: (412) 268-2082 Email: precollege@andrew.cmu.edu Web address: http://www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college/ index.html


Columbia University Rigorous summer pre-college academic programs for students entering grades 9 through 12 and freshman year of college. • Experience college life. • Meet other highly motivated high school students from all over the world. • Broaden your world view. • Earn an official Columbia University Statement of Attendance. Program information for Summer 2014 will be available in late November. Students elect one curricular option per session. Each curricular option comprises a variety of related

components that provide an in-depth examination of a particular subject. Session I (June 24-July 12, 2013), Session II (July 16-August 2, 2013), or both sessions. The curricular options listed below are available to students who will be entering grades 11 or 12 or freshman year of college in fall, 2013. Click here for Freshman-Sophomore Division Courses.


The Arts • Creative Writing: Introductory and Advanced Workshops • Creative Writing: Master Class in Prose Writing • Critical Focus on the Visual Arts • Digital Filmmaking: From Initial Concept to Final Edit • Drawing: Eye and Idea • Painting: The Painted Image • Photography: The Camera Craft • Theatrical Collaboration: The Actor, the Director, and the Playwright Architecture, Design, and Urban Studies • Engineering Design via Community Service Projects

• Introduction to Architectural Design and Theory • New York Experienced: An Urban Case Study • Sustainable Urbanization: New Designs for the Future City Science, Engineering, and Mathematics • Biomedical Engineering: Physical Effects on Cells • Engineering Design via Community Service Projects


• Explorations in Genetics and Molecular Biology • Intensive Seminars in Modern Chemistry • Introduction to Materials Science and Nanotechnology • Investigations in Theoretical and Experimental Physics • Issues in Biological Conservation • Mathematical Boot Camp for Budding String Theorists • Survey of Modern Mathematics • Sustainable Urbanization: New Designs for the Future City Computer Science • Computer Graphics through Game Programming • Introduction to Programming in C Social Sciences, Humanities, and Religion

• Advanced Topics in Philosophy • American Presidential Power at Home and Abroad: From George Washington to Barack Obama • Debating the Ethics of War and Political Violence • Deity, Darwin, and Intelligent Design: A Historical Survey of Religion and Science in America • Globalization: Challenges in International Economics and Politics


• Language and Identity: A Socio-Linguistic Exploration of Accents, Dialects, Slang, and Grammar • New York Experienced: An Urban Case Study • The Science of Psychology • The World’s Religions in New York • Why Are Poor Countries Poor? Business • Beyond the Game: The Business of Sports • Communicating with Consumers: The Basics of Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations • Corporate Valuation: What Is a Company Worth? • Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Changing the World Via Venture Creation • Introduction to Business, Finance, and Economics Law and Conflict Resolution

• Constitutional Law • Introduction to Conflict Resolution: Getting What You Want! Learning How to Communicate and Negotiate with Peers, Siblings, and Authority Figures • Leadership in Law • Legal Reasoning, Research, and Writing • Trial Advocacy Tuition and Fees for 2013


Application Fees Nonrefundable Application Fee$75.00 The application fee is waived for students who apply by February 6. Tuition Tuition $4290.00 per course Tuition Deposit Requirement$500.00- In order to secure a place in the program, a $500.00 nonrefundable deposit, credited toward tuition, is due upon notification of acceptance to the program along with the enrollment form. A bill for the balance due will be issued to the student’s Columbia University email address in early June (Session 1) or late June/ early July (Session II). Activities Fee $65.00 per session Covers gym and student center access, computer lab use, midday extracurricular activities, and Columbia ID card.

Health Service Fee $72.00 per session Grants access to Urgent Care at the University’s Health Service facility during hours of operation. Fees for medicine and tests, if needed, are not included. The health service fee is not health insurance; all students are expected to have insurance coverage.


Residential Fees Housing and Dining $3,184.00 per sessionResidential students only. Includes supervision and extracurricular programming. Residential students are expected to cover expenses such as weekend meals, laundry, personal items, and transportation and admissions fees for optional activities around the city. We recommend that residential students have access to a minimum of $900. Additional Course Fees- These fees are in addition to the tuition and other fees listed above. Beyond the Game: The Business of Sports$125.00 Biomedical Engineering: Physical Effects on Cells $125.00 Drawing: Eye and Idea $125.00 Engineering Design via Community Service Projects $175.00

Entrepreneurship and Innovation: Changing the World Via Venture Creation $125.00 Explorations in Genetics and Molecular Biology $125.00 Intensive Seminars in Modern Chemistry $150.00 Introduction to Materials Science and Nanotechnology $150.00 Issues in Biological Conservation $125.00 Painting: The Painted Image $125.00 Photography: The Camera Craft $125.00


Course-related Expenses • Students should budget approximately $50 for books and course materials. • Students in Introduction to Architectural Design and Theory should budget approximately $250 to $300 for studio supplies. • Students are required to bring laptops for Corporate Valuation, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Introduction to Programming in C, Sustainable Urbanization, and The Stock Market • For Photography: The Camera Craft, students are expected to have their own 35mm SLR film cameras. Financial Aid- Individual applications for financial aid are not accepted. Scholarships are awarded to students who have been identified by community organizations that work in collaboration with

Columbia University Secondary School Programs. Students are advised to check with their guidance counselors for tips on securing financial assistance from outside sources. All prices are subject to approval by the trustees of Columbia University. Nonrefundable application fee. For applications submitted online by February 6, no application fee is required. After Feb. 6, the application fee is $75.


SIG AT COLUMBIA

(Summer Institute for Gifted) Session Dates: June 29 - July 19, 2014. Open to students who will be ages 13 - 17 by August 31, 2014 Program Fees Residential: $5,395 Application fees $95 Courses Humanities- Writing Matters, College preparation, Cradles of creativity, Word origins for SAT Success, Compartive analysis for Major world religions. Maths, Science and Technology- Mathematics for computer science, Jump start your Math SAT score, Pharmacology, Biopsychology, Bioengineering. Multi-Disciplinary- The Macroeconomics for Globalization, The Brain and Dreaming.

Visual and Performing Arts- Digital Photography, Script writing, The Art of making short film.


SIG- Summer Institute for gifted Session Dates: July 27 - August 16, 2014 Open to students who will be ages 13 - 17 by August 31, 2014 Application Fees- $95 Program Fees Residential: $5,395 Courses Humanities- Writing Matters, College preparation, Cradles of creativity, Word origins for SAT Success, Compartive analysis for Major world religions. Maths, Science and Technology- Mathematics for computer science, Jump start your Math SAT score, Pharmacology, Biopsychology, Bioengineering, Cosmic proportion: The origin and structure of Universe. Multi-Disciplinary- The Macroeconomics for Globalization, The Brain and Dreaming.

Visual and Performing Arts- Digital Photography, Script writing, The Art of making short film, 2 and 3 D Drawing and sculpting,


Cornell University

Deadline- 2nd May 2014 Eligibility- High school sophomores, juniors, and seniors Application process- http://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/ apply/apply_online.php http://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/programs/courses_ overview.php 4th April 2014 Credit Awarded: An average of three to six college credits. Housing Options: Residential programme Categories: • Academic (pre-college enrichment) • College Admissions Workshops • College Courses

• Enrichment Classes • Humanities and Social Sciences • Mathematic, Engineering, and Computer Sciences Programme dates2nd May 2014 6 weeks- 21st June to 5th August 2nd May 2014 3 Week Session 1- 21st June to 12th July 2nd May 2014 3 Week Session 2- 13th July to 2nd August 14th March 2014 Architecture, RABS, Dual Programs- 21st June to 2nd August 2014


Web Address- http://summer.berkeley.edu/studenttypes/high-school-students Sessions Dates Session A: May 27 - July 3, 2014 Session B: June 9 - August 15, 2014 Session C: June 23 - August 15, 2014 Session D: July 7 - August 15, 2014 Session E: July 28 - August 15, 2014 CoursesArchitecture, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering (Civil, Electronic and Mechanical, Industrial Engineering), Geography, History, Journalism, Mathematics, Music, Political Science, Psychology. All students must demonstrate a serious intent to study and be at least 18 years old. There is an English language proficiency requirement to evaluate the

proficiency of students whose native language is not English. 2013 Visiting International Student Fees $430 per unit $335 Summer 2013 Enrollment Fee $50 one-time, non-refundable Document Management Fee $300 International Service Fee


UC BERKELEY- SIG (SUMMER INSTITUE FOR GIFTED) Session 1 Dates: June 21 - July 11, 2014 Session 2 Dates: July 13 - August 2, 2014 Open to students who will be ages 9 - 17 by August 31, 2014 Program Fees Residential: $5,195 Courses Humanities- Writing Matters, College preparation, Cradles of creativity, Word origins for SAT Success, Compartive analysis for Major world religions. Maths, Science and Technology- Mathematics for computer science, Jump start your Math SAT score, Pharmacology, Bioengineering.

Multi-Disciplinary- The Macroeconomics for Globalization, The Brain and Dreaming. Visual and Performing Arts- Digital Photography, Script writing, The Art of making short film, 2 & 3 D drawing and sculpting, Animation and Claymation.


Web Address- http://www.summer.ucla.edu/ highschool/overview.htm KEY DATES Jan 15 Institutes registration opens (Stem Cell Science opens March 1) Mar 1 College-level course registration opens Jun 24 First day of Session A Aug 5 First day of Session C Courses by Discipline http://www.summer.ucla.edu/highschool/ Collegelevelclasses.htm

Chemistry And Biochemistry, Communication Studies, Computer Science, Economics, Engineering, English, Film and Television, Geography, History, Life Sciences. Management, Maths, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Microbiology, Immunology, and Molecular Genetics, Molecular, Cell, and Developmental Biology, Philosophy Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics, Urban Planning.


High School Students High school students taking college-level courses may not exceed two courses in any summer term. High school students must petition to take more than two courses or to exceed 10 units Global Green Business Week for Young Leaders July 14 - July 19, 2014 Program Cost This program carries quarter units of UC credit. Program Fee (includes registration and course fees)* $1,105 Optional Housing $380


Dates: June 29 - July 26, 2014 Program Fee: $7,695 Housing: Dormitory Grades: Completing grades 9 - 12 Morning Courses • Art & Architecture • Business and Entrepreneurship (Entreprenurship & Introduction to Economics) • Criminal Justice (Crime and criminology) • International Relations and Foreign policy • Science (Medical Science) • Writing Afternoon Courses • Business and Entrepreneurship (Intro to finance, Business Models for a better world ) • Communications (Journalism, Public speaking and debate) • International Relations and Foreign policy

• Psychology (Psychology of Criminal mind) • SAT PREP http://www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/ Details for 2014 will be available on 15 Dec Program dates- 29th June to 8th August Courses offered- Biology, Business, Chemistry, Computer Science, Creative Writing, Economics, Finance, International Relations, Management, Mass Communication, Mathematics, Philosophy, Photography, Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Statistics.


http://www.summerfuel.com/pre_college/umass_ amherst Dates: June 29 - July 12, 2014 (Session 1) July 13 - July 26, 2014 (Session 2) June 29 - July 26, 2014 (4 weeks) Program Fee: $3,695 (2 weeks). $6,695 (4 weeks) Housing: Dormitory Grades: Completing grades 9 - 12 Morning Courses Applying to College, Business, ESL, Journalism, Law, Photography, Psychology, The Arts, Writing Afternoon Courses Business, Film, Photography, Psychology, Public Speaking, Science, The Arts, Writing


Program for talented and gifted youth

NEW COURSE

June 22 to July 12 Eligibility- Age 9 to 17 by 31st August 2014 Program Fees Residential: $4,695 Choose from a wide variety of courses taught in Humanities, Math, Science, Technology, MultiDisciplinary, Visual and Performing Arts, and Fitness and Recreation Humanities Writing Matters, College Prepration, Cradles of creativity, Word Origins for SAT success, Compartivie analysis of Major World Religions, Math, Science & Technology Think Algorithmically!: Mathematics for Computer Science, Jump start yout SAT Math score, Pharmacology, Bioengineering: Technology for the future,

NEW COURSE

Multi-Disciplinary The Macroeconomics of Globalization, Crime scene investigation, The Brain and Dreaming Visual & Performing Arts Digital Photography , 2 and 3 D Media: Drawing and sculpting, Animation and Claymation, Laugh tracks, Broadway Beckons, The Art of making short film.


Eligibility- students entering grades 9 through 12 and freshman year of college. Course Dates- Session 1- 23rd June to 12th July Session 2- 16th July to 2nd August CoursesThe Arts • Introduction to Creative Writing • Understanding the Arts: Art History and Architecture • Understanding the Arts through Literature and Cinema College Prep • Approaches to Reading and Writing Science and Mathematics • Introduction to the Physical Sciences • Thinking and Problem Solving: A New Look at Mathematics Social Sciences and Humanities • Introduction to the Science of Psychology

• The Media and Politics Business • Introduction to Marketing: How Companies Reach Consumers • The Stock Market


Law • Introduction to Trial Advocacy Program information for Summer 2014 will be available in late November. Nonrefundable Application Fee $75.00 The application fee is waived for students who apply by February 6 Tuition Fees- 8111 GBP


http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summerprograms-for-high-school-students Applications will open January 2014 Courses available in following areasLaw, Science, Arts and Humanities, Business, Politics • Session I - Jun 2 - Jul 6, 2013 • Session II - Jul 7 - Aug 10, 2013 • College Credit • Tuition - $3,420/course • Housing - $816 (optional) • Pre-college fee - $598 • Meals - $230/week (estimated and optional) ELIGIBILITY To apply to the Summer Programs for High School Students at Georgetown University, students must:

• Be a current freshman, sophomore, or junior in high school during the 2012-2013 academic years. • Show evidence of good academic standing with at least a 2.0 GPA. • Have never been suspended from high school. Email- highschool@georgetown.edu


What are the application requirements for credit programs? Each student is required to submit online an application form, one letter of recommendation from a teacher or guidance counselor (submitted directly by recommender), a 300-word essay addressing the student’s interest in the program, a $50 application fee, standardized test scores, and an official high school transcript (to be mailed). When is the application deadline? Admissions are made on a rolling basis, but it is best to apply early since programs fill up quickly. We begin accepting applications in mid to late January 2013. There is an application Priority Deadline of April 15, 2013.

Georgetown University- International Relations Institute Categories: Academic (pre-college enrichment) Enrichment Classes Government International relations Organization: Georgetown University Deadline: Programme Dates: Eight days. July 8-15


Eligibility Requirements: Rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors Credit Awarded: Housing Options: Dormitories Cost and financial aid: Tuition: $2,395 (includes room and board)

Phone: (202) 687-8600 Email: highschool@georgetown.edu Web address: http://summer.georgetown.edu


http://summersession.duke.edu/visiting_students/ summer-college-for-high-school-students Look for updates on our 2014 program by November 1, 2013. Last year dates- June 29 (arrival) to July 26 (departure) Eligibility - rising 11th or 12th grade student, you are eligible to complete an application as early as December 3, 2012. We will begin reviewing applications January 3, 2013. Email: • summercollege@duke.edu • nicki.charles@duke.edu Program Costs The program fee of $7,450.00 ($300 deposit plus $7,150) pays for tuition for the credit and non-credit classes, housing, on-campus meals, recreational activities sponsored by Summer College, the Duke University transcript fee, and the Duke University Student Health fee.

Housing and Meals Participants in the 2013 Summer College for High School Students will live in a Duke residence hall on Few Quadrangle with other high school students enrolled in Summer College. You will not be housed with Duke undergraduate students. There are four course lists below: Term 1 intensive (4-week), Term 1 traditional (6-week), Term 2 intensive (4-week), and Term 2 traditional (6week). The maximum course load for the intensive terms is 1 course credit, while the maximum course load for the traditional terms remains 2.5 course credits.


The official schedule of courses will appear on ACES on February 10 and registration for summer opens on February 17. Watch for regularly updated projected course offerings on this web site between now and the end of January. In addition to regular course offerings, many departments will offer independent study and special projects courses. Term 1- Intesnive 4 week- May 14 to June 7 TERM 1 6-WEEK TRADITIONAL (May 14-June 26) TERM 2 4-WEEK INTENSIVE (June 30-July 24) TERM 2 6-WEEK TRADITIONAL (June 30-August 10)


http://www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/programs/ highschool Duration 4 weeks Pre-College Program July 2 – August 9, 2014 The Pre-College Program is designed for rising juniors and seniors interested in the intellectual challenge and rigorous pace of a true undergraduate experience. Students enroll in one or two summer courses alongside Penn undergraduates. Our program offers more than thirty undergraduate courses in exciting disciplines taught by Penn faculty, staff, and visiting scholars. Successful completion of courses will result in official academic credits and a Penn transcript. Academic advising, access to university learning resources, and college admission workshops are also provided. Pre-College Students choose one of two challenging curricula: • One college-credit course and one non-credit course designed to complement the academic experience • Two college-credit courses

Summer 2014 courses will be posted in early 2014. However, feel free to browse a complete listing of Summer 2013 undergraduate course offerings. • Introduction to Biology A • Introduction to Biology A Laboratory • Introduction to Biology A Laboratory • Introduction to Mass Media and Society • Introductory Economics: Micro • Introductory Economics: Micro • Introduction to Calculus


• Calculus I • Calculus II • Introduction to International Relations • Introduction to Experimental Psychology Summer Academy in Science and Engineering Students from over 100 countries attend the University of Pennsylvania. Penn Engineering offers high school students from around the world the opportunity to become a part of this incredibly diverse community through the Summer Academy in Applied Science & Technology (SAAST). Take your passion in math and science to the next level and build life-long friendships with similarly talented students. Experience life at an Ivy League institution while earning college credit and living on Penn’s vibrant urban campus right in the heart of historic Philadelphia.

Program Dates Move-in: Sunday, July 7, 2013. Move-out: Saturday, July 27, 2013, by 11 am * Students have academic commitments through 5pm on Friday 7/26, and the graduation ceremony will end at 6pm. Please allow sufficient time for packing and transit to the airport when booking a return flight. All students must be moved out of campus housing no later than 11am on Saturday.


Program Fees Application Fee (Non-Refundable): $75 Program Fee: $6,727 (includes tuition fee, lab fees, room & board from July 7-27, and weekend activities/ excursions). A deposit of $500 USD is due 2 weeks from date of acceptance to hold your placement in the program. The remaining balance is due in full on June 3, 2013. Class Size Biotechnology: 42 Computer Graphics: 28 Computer Science: 31 Nanotechnology: 38 Robotics: 36 Admissions is highly selective, and each required element of the application is taken into careful consideration. Students who succeed in SAAST not only demonstrate a history of academic excellence, but also creative thinking skills, the ability to work well independently as well as on a team, and the

motivation to take an active learning role in a fast-paced college environment. Applicants for SAAST 2013 must have completed their freshman year in high school (ninth grade) by the start of the program – July 8, 2013. (The 2013 SAAST program is from July 8 -26.) All applicants must have a good overall academic record (minimum B average), with preference for strong performance in mathematics and science subjects.


Application Requirements The 2013 Summer Academy in Applied Science and Technology will run from July 7 - 27, 2013. Priority Deadline: March 15, 2013 General Admissions Deadline: May 15, 2013 Decisions will be rendered at about 3 weeks of receipt of application. Applications will be accepted after the Priority Deadline and evaluated on a rolling basis. Placement will be offered to qualified applicants based on available space. The following application materials are required: • Online application (including signatures and payment forms) • Official high school transcript (sealed, sent directly from your school) • Personal Essay and Short Answers • 2 Letters of Recommendation (on official school letterhead, signed and sealed) • Test scores, if applicable (PSAT, SAT I, II, ACT,

TOEFL, IELTS, AP, IB) • $75 non-refundable application fee All application materials should be submitted to: ATTN: SAAST Office of Academic Programs School of Engineering and Applied Science 220 S. 33rd Street Philadelphia, PA 19104-6391 Application details will be available in Jan 2014 Leadership in the Business World at UPENN Program Dates: July 6 – August 2, 2014 Application Opens: November 1, 2013 Application Deadline: February 21, 2014 Application Status Notificaiton: April 4, 2014


Locations: • University of Pennsylvania, The Wharton School, Philadelphia, PA • Wharton | San Francisco, San Francisco, CA Eligibility: Students with demonstrated leadership ability who will enter 12th grade in fall 2014. LBW is offered at Wharton’s San Francisco and University of Pennsylvania campuses. The program fee is $6,595 and covers tuition, housing, most meals, activities, and weekend trips. Application for the program requires: • High school transcript (unofficial transcript is acceptable) • School profile (obtained from school office or guidance counselor) • Two letters of recommendation from teachers • Short essay • $75 application fee

UPENN- Architecture: Summer programs at Penn Eligibility- Boys aged between 14-18 Duration 4 weeks 2014 dates coming soon


Ethics & Global Citizenship Program Overview In an age of polarized political opinion and highly divisive cultural issues, questions of morality and ethics are often lost in the muddle of ideological simplicity. More and more, our culture insists that you must either be totally for or totally against any given idea. Consider the range of political and social problems which allow for moral ambiguity – international conflicts, abortion, gay marriage, poverty, global economies, genetic engineering – these issues are never as black-and-white as our cultural ideologues, or “talking heads,” would have us believe. The most productive way of resisting such absolutism is to try to understand what is important in each conflicting point of view, and to think critically, rather than emotionally, about what is ethically sound.

The Ethics & Global Citizenship program at Tufts University is a lively and provocative course which will require you to confront, rather than avoid, moral ambiguity in reflecting on the most relevant problems of our global age. Whatever your future path, taking on a role of leadership requires this sort of nuanced approach to thinking through ideologicallyand morally- complex issues. If you’re considering a career in such disparate fields as law, medicine, finance, education, international relations, religion, social work, or journalism, you will no doubt constantly find yourself confronted with


the difficult question of What is the right thing to do? You will engage a variety of classical and modern texts, along with film and music clips and newspaper articles, in order to construct a methodology which will allow you not only to identify the Ethical Act, but to argue for it in a rhetorically responsible and persuasive way. Most importantly, the structure of the class will emphasize reasoned and respectful discussion; the hollow simplicity of the “talking heads” will be replaced with the subtlety of interpersonal communication. Ethics & Global Citizenship will provide you with the critical and intellectual resources to participate in our global society as an informed, articulate, & motivated citizen and leader. The Ethics & Global Citizenship program meets: • Tuesdays & Thursdays, from 1:00 - 4:30 p.m. in Granoff Hall, Room 251.

• The first course meeting is Tuesday, July 2, 2013. • The course will not meet on Thursday, July 4th. • The last class meets on Thursday, August 8, 2013. The cost is $2,165. Other Costs Cost Application Fee $25 Confirmation Fee* $250


EligibilityEligible year of HS Graduation - 2015 & 2016 Credit by application only for students graduating in 2015


http://summer.stanford.edu/programs/program/highschool-summer-college-students Duration- 8 weeks Offers Residential and commuting option • Anthropology • Art & Art History • Athletics, Physical Education & Recreation • Biology • Center for Teaching & Learning • Chemistry • Classics • Communication • Comparative Literature • Computational & Mathematical Engineering • Computer Science

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Economics Electrical Engineering Engineering English English for Foreign Students History International Relations Languages Management Science & Engineering Mathematics


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Music Philosophy Physics Political Science Program in Writing and Rhetoric Psychology Religious Studies Science, Technology, & Society Sociology Statistics Theater and Performance Studies Geological & Environmental Science

Residential Option Expenses & Fees: Fees Billed by Summer Session Office All Rates (USD) Application Fee $75 Program Fee $250

Visa Processing Fee (International Students Only)* Fees Billed by Stanford University (All Rates USD) TOTAL (Without Cardinal Care Health Insurance)

$75

$11,900 Health Insurance Fee (Requires Proof of Coverage to Waive) Cardinal Care Health Insurance Fee (See Details Below)* $900 TOTAL (With Cardinal Care Health Insurance) $12,800


Commuting Program Expenses & Fees: Fees Billed by Summer Session Office All Rates (USD) Application Fee $75 Program Fee (Optional for Commuting Students) $0/$75 Visa Processing Fee (International Students Only)* $75 Fees Billed by Stanford University (All Rates USD) TOTAL (Without Cardinal Care Health Insurance) $4,078 Health Insurance Fee (Requires Proof of Coverage to Waive) Cardinal Care Health Insurance Fee (See Details Below)* $900 TOTAL (With Cardinal Care Health Insurance) $4,978

Web Address- http://summer.stanford.edu/programs/ program/high-school-summer-college-students Categories- http://summer.stanford.edu/programs/page/ courses Eligibility- Must be 16 or 17 years old Email- summercollege@stanford.edu


http://summercollege.syr.edu/prospectivestudents/international-students/ Duration- 2 week non credit course Summer dates and the full program listing for 2014 will be available when the application goes live in mid-December of 2013 Cost- Summer rates for 2014 will be available when the application goes live in mid-December of 2013 Email- sumcoll@syr.edu


Summer@Brown.edu http://brown.edu/ce/pre-college/ Applications start from 2nd Dec. Eligibility- Eligible students have completed at least the 9th grade. Experience college life and learning in these non-credit courses that vary in length from one to four weeks. 2014 Program Dates: Multiple 1 to 4-Week Sessions June 16 - August 8, 2014 Eligibility: For students completing 9th-12th grade by June 2014 Fee Information Âť The application period for Summer 2014 opens in December.

2013 Pre-College Summer Program Fees Fees vary by program and course length. Some courses may have a supplemental fee - please refer to the course description for details. Unless otherwise noted, Pre-College program fees include one course per session. One-Week Courses Residential: $2,356 Commuter: $1,826 Two-Week Courses Residential: $3,600 Commuter: $2,542


Three-Week Courses Residential: $5,232 Commuter: $3,644 Four-Week Courses Residential: $5,990 Commuter: $3,873


PROGRAM OPTIONS Duration Dates Eligibility Credit/Non-credit Topics Location Cost Admission

4-Week July 6 - August 2, 2014 High school students who have completed at least the 9th grade by the start of the program 3 units of USC elective credit Enroll in one of over 20 courses offered in a variety of subjects USC University Park Campus TBA Rolling basis

2-Week July 6 - July 20, 2014 High school students who have completed at least the 9th grade by the start of the program Non-credit Certificate of Completion Choose to study Art, Architecture or PreHealth/Global Studies USC University Park Campus TBA Rolling basis


APPLICATION DEADLINES Financial Assistance International Students Domestic Students

TBA TBA TBA

Not Available for 2-Week courses TBA TBA

PROGRAM UPDATES The summer 2014 program offerings will be posted on this website in mid-December 2013. Please check back then! http://summer.usc.edu/index.shtml


Babson Entrepreneurial Development Experience: Entrepreneurship of All Kinds Duration- 5 weeks Dates: July 8 - August 9, 2013 For: Rising High School Juniors and Seniors Residential: Yes Credits: 4 Cost: $7,800 (includes room and board, tuition, activities, and $170 health insurance fee provided by Blue Cross Blue Shield) The application deadline for this program has been extended to April 30, 2013!


https://summer.uchicago.edu/highschool/ programs Orientation: June 22-23 or July 13-14, 2013. Classes begin: June 24 or July 15, 2013. Prerequisites: This program is open to high school students, 14 and older, who will be sophomores, juniors, or seniors during the 2013-2014 academic year. See individual course descriptions for prerequisites, if any, for that particular course; most undergraduate courses open to high school students do not have prerequisites. Housing: Students may elect to live on campus or commute to campus for this program; students living in the dorms must be enrolled in two concurrent courses, unless enrolled in a language course.

Program Costs Tuition: $ 3,225 per course** Room and Board: Less than 4 weeks: $555 per week; 4 or more weeks: $460 per week Residential Program Fee: $280*** Student Life Fee: $301 (required; estimate, actual cost may differ)**** Student Health Insurance: $919 (optional; estimate, actual cost may differ) Content will be updated mid-January for Summer 2014.


University Chicago- SIG (Summer institute for Gifted) Session dates: July 20 - August 9, 2014 Open to students who will be ages 9 - 17 by August 31, 2014 Program Fees Residential: $5,195 Courses Humanities- College preparation, Word origins for SAT Success, Compartive analysis for Major world religions. Maths, Science and Technology- Mathematics for computer science, Jump start your Math SAT score, Pharmacology, Bioengineering, Biopsychology, Cosmic proportions: The origin and structure of universe.

Multi-Disciplinary- The Macroeconomics for Globalization, The Brain and Dreaming. Visual and Performing Arts- Digital Photography, Play writing, The Art of making short film, 2 & 3 D drawing and sculpting, Animation and Claymation.


http://www.american.edu/summer/college-forhigh-school.cfm Contact- call 202-885-2421, or e-mail summer@ american.edu. Discover the World of Communication Eligibility- Grades 9 – 12 (Aged between 14-19) Upcoming sessions are June 17-28 and July 1-12, 2013. For more information email audiscover@ gmail.com, call 202-885-2098 June 16–27 (two weeks) June 16-July 11 (four weeks) June 23-July 11 (three weeks) June 30 - July 11 (two weeks

Fees- payment must cover the cost of all the courses you select and the housing, dining, metro and after hours and weekend activities fee of $1600 (two weeks), $2400 (three weeks), $3200 (four weeks), if you wish to live on campus. from Washington Reagan National Airport on the check-in dates (Sunday, June 15 and 22 and 29) and check-out dates (Friday, June 27 and July 11).


Categories: Academic (pre-college enrichment) • Biomedical Sciences • College Courses • Communications • Cultural Studies • Enrichment Classes • High School Courses • Law and legal studies Deadline: 05/01/2012 Programme Dates: 1 week - 6 weeks Eligibility Requirements: Grades 9-11 Credit Awarded: Credit and Non-Credit Programmes Housing Options: Mount Vernon or Foggy Bottom Campus

Cost and financial aid: $2,700 - $8,700 for residential students includes tuition, fees, meals and housing. $2,000 - $5,300 for commuter students includes tuition, fees, and lunch. Phone: 202-994-6360 Fax: Email: gwsummer@gwu.edu Web address: http://www.precollege.gwu.edu Content on this site is for Summer 2013. Content will be updated mid-January for Summer American University.


The Doon School is a member of the Indian Public Schools’ Conference (IPSC),The Headmaster’s and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC, UK), the International Boys’ Schools Coalition, the Boarding Schools Association UK and The Round Square Association. The Doon School is also an IBO World School and a member of OACAC (Overseas Association for College Admission Counselling), College Board and CASE (Council for Advancement and Support in Education).

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