Academic Summer is based at DLD College in London, Abbey College in Cambridge and Sidcot School near Bristol. We take pride in our approach to learning at Academic Summer. Here are five good reasons why you should study with us.
Find a programme just for you at Academic Summer. You choose the subjects you want to study and we will write a personalised syllabus to meet your needs, in daytime or residential courses. Our team of dedicated tutors are here to support, encourage and challenge you, our students. Our class sizes never go above 15 students and each pupil gets the focused attention they need to achieve their goals.
Our CLIL (Content, Language and Integrated Learning) approach sets us apart from other summer schools. It’s a unique way of learning that draws together UK and international students, and offers both groups unparalleled opportunities for development. International students get to hone their language skills in a host of exciting subjects, from art to history and psychology.
Whether you want to study with us for day lessons or on a residential course, we offer tuition in prime city locations across the UK.
At Academic Summer, we offer preparation and revision for GCSE, A-Level, IB, Oxbridge and medical studies, along with English language training for IELTS, FCE and CAE exams. But it’s not just about teenagers; we have something for everyone. Our Academic Junior courses accommodate students aged 7-12 years old, for an action-packed agenda of learning, sports and fun leisure activities – all in a caring, encouraging environment. And pupils who are studying as part of Academic Summer or Academic Juniors may want to bring along their parents or grandparents to enrol in our Academic Adults course. Here, grown-ups can share the experience of studying in the centre of London, as they work to improve their English.
“The teachers are really good here,” says 17-year-old Aizhan from Kazakhstan, who studied with us at Sidcot School near Bristol.
“I’ve met lots of nationalities. [People] from Russia, from Latvia, from Hong Kong, from China… This intersection with different cultures makes me more aware of the future, when I will travel more.”