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Enrichment Studies Unit at Queen’s University
The Enrichment Studies Unit at Queen’s University challenges students in grades 5-12 to go beyond the classroom and experience university. Explore your future with our online courses, virtual University Experiences and spring and summer programs.
For more than 30 years, the Enrichment Studies Unit at Queen’s University has connected students in grades 5 to 12 with challenging and inspiring academics alongside the dynamic learning and living environment of university life. Providing an inclusive and unmatched mix of opportunities, ESU makes an unmistakable difference: nurturing curiosity, fostering development, and enriching the potential of all students.
Enrichment Online: Week-long online courses designed and delivered by Queen’s University graduate students and professionals designed for engaged students in secondary and upper year elementary school. These engaging programs can be completed in the evenings with at least 2 live sesssions for students to discuss and learn together.
March Break Virtual University Experience: A live virtual program designed to engage students in group collaboration, critical thinking and problem solving. Participants will work together to solve real-world problems and learn from Queen’s professionals and graduate students in the areas of Engineering, Business, Innovation and much more.
In-Person Programs on the Queen’s University Campus:
Three to five-day programs in academics and leadership are offered during the spring and summer. Students take a course of their choice, stay in residence, experience campus life in a supervision environment with an undergraduate mentor.
* Due to the restrictions and challenges presented from the spread of COVID-19, many of these programs may move online with a program schedule set for the time and week.
Spring Programs: Enrichment Mini Course (EMC) for grade 9-12 students, Seven Eight Enrichment Days (SEEDS) for grade 7-8 students, and Five Six Enrichment Days for grade 5-6 students.
Summer Programs: Summer Enrichment Experience @ Queen’s (SEEQ) for students going to grades 8 to 12.
Highlights of our programs:
Choice of one academic course from a variety of disciplines with 15 hours or 20 hours of classroom instruction over 3 to 5 days
Intensive hands-on experience in state-of-the-art facilities with Courses taught by Queen’s students, faculty, and community professional who are experts in their field
Mentorship provided by Queen’s University undergraduate students with full supervision at a 8:1 student:supervisor ratio
Program fees are inclusive of all costs, activities, and fees. Bursaries are available to qualified students.
Please check our website for detailed information on dates and programs fees.
Queens College among best colleges in The Princeton Review 2022 edition for 30th consecutive year – QNS.com
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For the 30th consecutive year, Queens College in Flushing has been named one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education by The Princeton Review.
Queens College, located at 65-30 Kissena Blvd., is featured in The Princeton Review’s 2022 annual edition, “The Best 387 Colleges,” citing its high-quality academics, affordability and diversity. The college was once again ranked a “Best Regional College for the Northeast” in the edition.
The college’s recognition in every edition of the Princeton Review for its “excellence, affordability, and accessibility to students of all backgrounds,” comes as no surprise to Queens College President Frank Wu.
“For over 80 years, we have provided an unparalleled combination of equal access and opportunity for ambitious students — many of modest means — to advance toward successful and rewarding futures,” Wu said.
The Princeton Review’s list of best colleges is based on ratings from student surveys across the country on dozens of topics about their schools that round out the 2022 Best College profiles.
One Queens College student described their experience as, “Queens is about getting a valuable and quality education that does not drain you financially for the future.”
Other students referred to Queens College as the “Harvard of CUNY.” The Macaulay Honors College and the Aaron Copeland School of Music also received positive reviews from students.
In regards to the college faculty, students included descriptions of professors who “genuinely care about [students’] grades and well-being,” and “are very involved and passionate.”
One student said, “They won’t let me fall behind.”
Queens College enjoys a national reputation for its liberal arts and sciences and pre-professional programs. With its extensive range of graduate and undergraduate degrees, honors programs, research opportunities, and internship placements, the college serves more than 20,000 students, mentored by an award-winning faculty, according to its website.
One of The Princeton Review’s most popular guides, The Best 387 Colleges rankings are based on surveys of students at 387 top colleges that includes a wide representation by region, size, selectivity and character. It has been published annually since 1992.
For more information on the rankings and methodology, click here.
Queens College School for Math, Science and Technology – District 25
PS/MS 499, the Queens College School for Math, Science and Technology is a cheery place that attracts students of different income levels and backgrounds from all over Queens. With only two classes per grade, the school feels like a close-knit community where teachers and staff get to know all the students well. Though the commute may be long for some, PS 499 is a good option for families willing to travel.
As its name suggests, the school was founded with support from Queens College and is housed in a spacious, contemporary building on the edge of the college campus. College professors work with teachers to develop the curriculum and the school benefits from a steady supply of student teachers.
The vibe is welcoming and creative. Children are calm and engaged in class and teachers and staff seem attuned to students. For instance, students having a bad day may visit Principal Simi Minhas to decompress for few minutes and read a book, play a game on an iPad or feed the fish in a large tank she keeps in her office. To reduce anxiety, a 3rd grade teacher lets her students use rods and counters (called manipulatives) to solve problems both during lessons and during a test “After all theyre only eight,” she said. Teachers open their classrooms to children who need extra support or a quiet place during their lunch period.
The school uses the Teachers College Reading and Writing Project curriculum, which encourages students to read a wide array of books of their choosing and at their skill level as well as write and revise multiple drafts of work on a variety of topics. They read serial stories, mysteries and historical fiction as well as biographies, memoirs, and books on social issues and science. Teachers also connect readings to topics studied in other subjects. For instance, 8th-graders studying immigration in social studies read the “New Colossus” by Emma Lazarus in their English class as a lead-in to a discussion on the pre- and post-Ellis Island waves of immigrants.
In fifth grade, classes are departmentalized–essentially a modified middle school format. Both teachers teach social studies but one specializes in English and the other in math. Students travel with their class between rooms for instruction in those two subjects. The benefit is that students are taught by a specialist in a classroom filled with resources to support that subject. Students change classes for each subject starting in 6th grade.
There are three science teachers, each one serving a different grade range: pre-k to 3, 4 to 6 and 7 to 8. Students in the grades 6 to 8 have science daily. In other grades students visit a science lab for lessons and their classroom teachers supplement with projects and studies. For instance, kindergartners take nature walks on campus to collect acorns and fallen leaves to learn about their various shapes, textures and colors. In science they learn about decomposition by noting changes in leaves over time and crumbling some by hand to mimic the process.
Weekly enrichment classes include Latin dance, robotics, music, art and technology.
Spanish is taught in grades 5 to 8.
Children may participate in a range of afterschool activities such as sports, arts, debate, chess and dance. The PTA sponsors programs for the elementary school and Queens Community Housing provides free activities for the middle school.
Most students stay on through the 8th grade. Graduates go on to schools such as the specialized high schools, Francis Lewis, Townsend Harris, Queens School of Inquiry and Aviation High School.
SPECIAL EDUCATION: There are no formal ICT classes, but special education teachers visit classrooms to support students with special needs, rather than pulling them out of class. PS/MS 499 also shares the facilities with a District 75 program for students with severe disabilities.
ADMISSIONS: The school admits students by lottery. For pre-k, contact the school for an application. For kindergarten the school aims to admit an equal number of students from each Queens district. The school typically has room in kindergarten for students who are neither siblings of current students nor continuing from its pre-k. There are usually a few seats open for new students in the 4th grade, when class sizes get a bit larger. Sixth grade is the only entry point into middle school; new students are not accepted in grades 7 or 8. Contact the school for a middle school application. (Laura Zingmond, November 2016)
Summer Camp Options in Queens, Long Island, and Pennsylvania
*Learn more about all of our programs about our Camp 101 event on Sunday, December 12th from 11:45am-2:00pm at our Bay Terrace Center. Click here to register.*
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Commonpoint Queens has been providing a memorable summer camp experience to thousands of children and young adults in Queens and Western Nassau counties since 1954. Since its inception, we have been dedicated to giving all campers the opportunity to establish life long friends, learn new skills, gain independence and achieve self-confidence.
We offer programs for children ages 2 through 16, with specialty camp options for sports, academics, and children with developmental disabilities. Take a look below at our program options, and get ready to have the best summers of your life with Commonpoint Queens!
Island Quest Day Camp at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds
(for children ages 4-14)
New pool, new sports fields, new playgrounds, NEW CAMP at your favorite place (HKC)…Join us at Island Quest Day Camp!
Island Quest brings together the strengths, resources, and expertise of 4 separate camps to inspire a summer you’ll never forget. Rooted in decades of shared experience and strong Jewish values, Island Quest combines everything you love about camp with new opportunities to create the ultimate summer adventure.
Build lasting friendships, cool off in the pool, enjoy the endless freedom of summer, and blaze your own trail in the greater community that camp was always meant to be. Whether you want to fly across a zipline, score the game-winning goal, or turn your recycled art into a robot, you can design a path that’s perfect for you!
For more information or to register, please visit their website, or contact the camp office at 718-225-6750 ext. 261, or email Melissa at [email protected]
Explorer Day Camp
(for children ages 4-14)
Explorer Day Camp is an enrichment summer camp where children ages 4-14 grow and develop through sports, art, music, science and more. We empower campers to build their OWN camp program. The campers thank us later.
Explorer Day Camp offers a variety of subjects to awaken your child’s many interests. Campers explore individual talents, try new activities, make new friends, and most importantly, HAVE FUN! Campers will enjoy access to the high-quality facilities and fields of Forest Hills High School and will have the opportunity to swim daily at the exclusive Bay Terrace Pool Club.
For more information or to register, please visit their page, or contact the camp office at 718-268-5011 ext 205, or email [email protected]
Explorer Day Camp at the Queens County Farm Museum
(for children ages 5-12)
We’re thrilled to partner with the Queens County Farm Museum for a unique experience, connecting the expertise of Explorer Day Camp with unique STEM curriculum and a 47-acre urban farm!
This special summer program allows young people the opportunity to explore the natural outdoor setting and take part in daily lessons about farm-centered activities provided by expert staff. Campers enjoy exciting and specialized activities such as Nature Walks, Farming, and Scavenger Hunts as well as traditional summer camp programming like Arts & Crafts, Sports, Theme Days and Games.
For more information call Alexandra Sanchez at 718-423-6111 ext. 240 or by email at [email protected]
Summer of Arts and Sports
(for children ages 6-11)
The Summer of Arts & Sports camp program is the Commonpoint Queens’ Central Queens on site premier summer camp. Campers begin their morning with our extensive program which includes swim, basketball, soccer, baseball, gymnastics, yoga, and fitness games on assigned weeks throughout the season. Your child’s creative core will be nourished with an afternoon of Education, Art, Music, Dance and Drama. Our specialists provide each child with the tools to discover and create. Our program also includes trips, and on site special events.
For more information or to register, please visit their page, or contact Dale Stark at 718-268-5011 ext 501 or [email protected].
Sababa Beach Camps (NEW for Summer 2022)
(for children ages 10-18)
Sababa means “No Worries,” and that’s exactly how our campers feel when they’re exploring ocean life in our program. What sets Sababa apart from other camps is its specialty programming that focuses on surfing, sailing, scuba, and seaside media. With truly unique specialty programming, the staff has built a stellar reputation for their commitment to helping young people grow their best sense of self, build meaningful relationships, immerse themselves in passionate pursuits, and stoke their innate spiritual flame. Founded in 2014, Sababa Beach Camps offers both a day camp in Queens and a residential camp in Virginia Beach
For more information visit our website, call us at 516-499-5349 or email us at [email protected]
Camp Poyntelle (Sleepaway Camp in Wayne County, Pennsylvania)
(for children ages 6-16)
Camp Poyntelle has been making children’s summer dreams come true since 1947. As a premier Jewish summer camp, we offer a traditional sleepaway experience filled with amazing memories, lasting friendships and nurturing and compassionate staff. We feel that camp is one of the few places a child can be their own person, without judgment or social pressure. Our intentional community is designed to allow kids to be kids, in a low key, fun and inclusive environment.
When you combine awesome sports, creative arts, challenging technology and our 70 acre, one-of-a-kind private lake and waterfront experience – you get something truly special and unique….you get Camp Poyntelle!
For more information or to register, visit our website, or call us at 718-279-0690 (Fall through Spring) or 570-448-2161 (Summer), or email us at [email protected] or [email protected]
(for children ages 2-5)
Welcome to Nursery Camp – a first encounter with the world of camping for children 2 years – 5 years old. At our Camp we provide a nurturing, educational and fun environment. With offerings in Bayside, Forest Hills and Little Neck, our program consists of weekly themes, highlighted by special events such as professional entertainment and a special lunch each month for those who attend every day. Outdoor and indoor play activities are designed to increase motor skills and to encourage socialization opportunities. Our daily swim program is facilitated by a certified water safety instructor, and all children are assessed prior to entering the pool.
We understand the special needs of our Nursery age children and have designed a choice of program schedules.
For more information please contact:
Bay Terrace Center – Sarah Elliott at 718-268-5011 ext. 205 [email protected]
Central Queens – Erica Cando at 718-268-5011 ext. 401 [email protected]
Sam Field Center – Jody Dickter at 718-225-6750 [email protected]
Summer Programs for children with developmental disabilities:
Special Services Summer Day Camp
Our day camps specialize in serving children 5-21 who have developmental disabilities. Campers have the adventure of full day summer camp experiences at the Henry Kaufmann Campgrounds with occasional field trips. For more information please contact Lisa Armband at [email protected]
Autism Summer Respite
This youth summer camp program serves children with autism and other similar disabilities ages 5 – 21. Children participate in an array of educational, recreational and socialization activities following their summer school program. Day camp activities are designed and implemented by professional educators and clinicians. The summer program is offered 2:30 – 5 PM daily. At the end of each program day, participants receive mini-bus transportation home. At summer school’s end, a one-week, full day respite program is offered to day camp program participants. For more information please contact Lisa Armband at [email protected]
Summer Programs | College of Engineering
The NC State College of Engineering Day and Residential camps are now officially ACA (American Camp Association) accredited.
ACA Accreditation means that your child’s summer camp cares enough to undergo a thorough peer review of its operation — from staff qualifications and training to emergency management. American Camp Association collaborates with experts from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross, and other youth-serving agencies to assure that current practices at your child’s camp reflect the most up-to-date, research-based standards in camp operation. Camps and ACA form a partnership that promotes growth and fun in an environment committed to safety.
Which Program Are You Interested in?
Summer Engineering Camps
Raleigh NC State Campus – Day Camps
Raleigh NC State Campus – Residential Camps
Partner Camp Locations
Young Investigators’ Summer Program in Nuclear Engineering
- Virtual Summer Series Under Development! Please visit our website for more information.
- In addition to The Engineering Place’s Summer Programs, the Department of Nuclear Engineering at NC State holds its own residential camp for high school students and is now accepting applications for its Young Investigators’ Summer Program in Nuclear Engineering. The camp is open to high school rising juniors, rising seniors and graduating seniors. Participants explore through group projects, labs, lectures and industry field trips how nuclear science and technology solve everyday energy, medical and other industrial challenges. Details about the program, including how to apply, are available at www.ne.ncsu.edu/outreach-engagement/pre-college-students-educators/.
- Questions about the Young Investigators’ Summer Program ONLY: Lisa Marshall, Nuclear Engineering, Director of Outreach, [email protected]
Send a Child to Camp
The NC State Engineering Foundation, Inc. (NCSEF) was chartered in 1944 to secure private financial support critical to the improvement of the College of Engineering (COE). The Foundation continues to raise funds and engage with alumni to support the important work of the people who define the College. All gifts to the College, its departments and programs, make a difference in the ability of engineering students and faculty to fulfill their own dreams and make a positive impact on the world.
We welcome your tax deductible donation to sponsor a child for summer camp. To donate to our rising kindergarten through twelve grade day and residential summer camps, please use this link or make a check payable to NC State Engineering Foundation and send it to:
NC State Engineering Foundation
Campus Box 7901
North Carolina State University
Raleigh, NC 27695-7901
In the memo line of the check, please put COE Summer Programs.
Raleigh Camp Employment and Teacher Participation Opportunities
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Queens College Summer Session Offers Nearly 1,000 Classes
Summer Camp Discount and Cutting-Edge Cyber Security Course
— Twenty Percent Summer Camp Tuition Discount Available for Children of Summer Session Students; Cyber Security Course Open to Non-Computer Majors —
Queens College Summer Session—with nearly 1,000 classes available over four sessions from June through August—is introducing two new elements to this year’s program. Summer Session students will receive a 20 percent discount on the cost of enrolling their children in the college’s well-regarded Summer Camp; and a new cutting-edge cyber-security class—open to non-computer majors—will help students identify and analyze cyber-security challenges across multiple disciplines.
Queens College’s Summer Camp is widely known for its value, convenience, and variety of rewarding programs, from sports to classes in theater, dance, literature, and the sciences. An extension of QC’s participation in NCAA Division II sports, activities make use of the campus athletic facilities—soccer, baseball and softball fields, swimming pools, as well as indoor and outdoor tennis courts. Many of the counselors are members of the college’s varsity teams. Parents can accommodate their schedules and budgets by choosing from 2-, 4-, 6- or 8-week sessions with a wide range of age-appropriate activities to exercise their children’s bodies and stimulate their minds and imaginations. Parents should identify themselves as Summer Session students and request the discount when registering their children. They may register by phone at (718) 997-2777 or online.
The new 10-week cybersecurity course, The Threat Within, is part of a unique education–industry collaboration between the college and the Cybersecurity Workforce Alliance (CWA). There is a significant shortage of graduates in the U.S. with the skills to address cybersecurity, business resiliency, information technology risk, business risk, and auditing. In response, key industry leaders launched the CWA, with the goal of producing graduates who are workforce ready. Students enrolled in The Threat Within will work in teams with industry mentors, faculty, and teaching assistants using iQ4, an online technology platform. The goal is to enable students to identify and analyze the depth and breadth of cybersecurity challenges from multiple disciplines. Now open for registration, the course is scheduled for Wednesdays from June 6 to August 22. For more information and to register, click here.
A recently added fourth Summer Session option makes it possible for students to master a challenging science, technology, engineering, or mathematics (STEM) course at their own pace—without the pressure of taking it as part of a semester’s full course load. Up to 15 biology, chemistry and mathematics courses ranging from introductory to advanced level are being offered in addition to two writing courses during this session. Enrollment is open now for all four options. Classes are offered from June through August across all four options.
Students may earn a total of 15 credits taking classes across four sessions. Anyone—whether QC and CUNY students looking to accelerate their degree completion or the general public seeking personal enrichment—can choose from nearly 1,000 undergraduate and graduate classes. On-campus and online courses are available in three of the four sessions. Click here to watch a video of students sharing the ways that attending Summer Session benefits their academic career.
For the first time Queens College is offering all registered Summer Session students free campus parking—a savings for those who drive to campus—as well as inexpensive on-campus housing (as low as $240 per week) in the Summit Apartments, the school’s residence hall. Queens College shuttle buses transport students free of charge to and from Jamaica and Flushing.
“Summer Session at Queens College offers students a low-cost opportunity to combine academic advancement with enough time to enjoy the season. Students can benefit from a Summer Session ‘trifecta,’” said QC President Félix V. Matos Rodríguez. “They can take more challenging STEM courses individually rather than as part of a full semester course load, which pre-med students or those taking double majors find helpful; more quickly complete their degree or meet Excelsior Scholarship requirements; and for those who are Pell-eligible, apply part of their funds to summer courses.”
Students enrolled in the college’s QC in 4 Program and the New York State Excelsior Scholarship Program—who must maintain a 30 credits per year minimum to remain in the programs—can use Summer Session to meet that credit requirement. Quickening degree completion also eases the financial burden since students are able to graduate earlier than when they take classes exclusively in fall and spring semesters. In fact, nine out of ten Queens College students who graduate in four years leave school debt-free.
Summer Session also offers an opportunity for current teachers to progress towards the certifications or degrees they need with graduate-level courses in special education and bilingual education. Similarly, graduate courses in other programs are available for students who must attend part-time due to other obligations.
Queens College Summer Camp. Photo courtesy
For schedule information and to apply, please visit the Summer Session homepage.
High school students may also take advantage of free opportunities for academic development through two offerings in the College Now Program: the Summer Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences and the Queens College Summer Science Program. The Summer Institute runs during Queens College Summer Session 2, Monday through Thursday, and is designed to address high school students’ academic, cultural and social interests and needs. The overall purpose of the program is to expose students to hot topics in scientific fields. Part of a city-wide initiative between the CUNY and the NYC Department of Education, College Now’s primary goals are to improve the academic achievement of high school students and to ensure that graduating students are ready to do college-level work. All courses, workshops, and textbooks are free to NYC Public High School students.
About Queens College
Queens College graduates the most teachers, counselors, and principals in the metropolitan area. The college contributes to the local talent pool as a powerful economic engine and a leader in tech education, with more computer science majors than any college in New York City. Queens College also has the third-highest number of accounting and business students in all of New York State. Students from across the country and around the world are attracted to study at the Aaron Copland School of Music. Its renowned faculty and alumni include nationally recognized composers, conductors and performers who have received nearly 40 Grammy Awards and nominations over the past 40 years.
Queens College enjoys a national reputation for its liberal arts and sciences and pre-professional programs. With its graduate and undergraduate degrees, honors programs, and research and internship opportunities, the college helps its nearly 19,000 students realize their potential in countless ways, assisted by an accessible, award-winning faculty. Located on a beautiful, 80-acre campus in Flushing, the college is cited each year in the Princeton Review as one of the nation’s 100 “Best Value” colleges, as well as being ranked a U.S. News and World Report Best College and Forbes Magazine Best Value College thanks to its outstanding academics, generous financial aid packages, and relatively low costs. Visit our homepage to learn more.
90,000 Reviews. St. Clare’s College, Oxford, UK
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Julia K. In 2008 – 2010 she studied at the International Baccalaureate (IB) course at St.Clare’s Oxford, completed the course with a total score of 40, entered Bath University UK under the BSc Business Administration program
My impressions of St Clare’s are quite contrasting. On the one hand, it is intense study and constant strict control, and on the other, life in a quiet, charming city; wonderful friends, without whom it would be difficult to endure all the loads.
After studying for a year at a British university (not with such workloads as at Oxbridge, of course, but still from the top 5), I came to the following conclusion: at the university it is enough to work a little, but effectively; but St Clare’s will have to work hard and efficiently.
It is also important to understand whether you really need this particular program with this number of compulsory subjects: even at the standard level, they will still take quite a lot of time and effort, which can be used for more necessary things. For example, if you are going to become an artist, you definitely do not need to study either science or Russian. And it is not easy to get a good grade even in Russian, because the assessment criteria are not at all the same as in Russian schools.
Of the positive moments about St Clare’s, I would like to note:
– Excellent preparation for the university, and indeed for adult life (a kind of test for adaptability and “survival”)
– small classes and therefore a high teacher-to-student ratio.The university will not be able to ask so many questions and receive such detailed answers.
is a good preparation for the IB final exams. The exams at the end of each semester are exhausting, but by the end of the course you start to appreciate it a lot.
is a strict but very fair rating system.
is an international college, and communication with Russian students, in particular, is a kind of “shock absorber” when changing the country of residence.
Negative moments are more difficult to note, because, as a rule, they are subjective, and the experience that you acquire in this way turns out to be useful in the end.Which is already positive. For me, for example, these were strict control (especially curfew) and living together (not many at this age can treat the needs and habits of another person with understanding and respect). But on the other hand, without such control, it would be more difficult to adhere to the regime and devote so much time to study.
When choosing a university, I would like to first of all give one piece of advice: try to decide as early as possible what you like and how you see your future after university.Where do you want to work? This is your ultimate goal. It gets harder to get a good job, and the sooner you start looking for ways, the better.
It is very tempting to apply to top universities such as Oxford and London School of Economics. But do you really need this particular university? Do you want to study at a university with a big name or one that is famous in the industry in which you want to work? Do you need to gain theoretical knowledge or practical knowledge that will really help you get a job? Course with internship (highly recommended) or not? Do you want to live in London or are you comfortable in small towns? The more you ask yourself such questions and the sooner, the better.Conversations with personal tutor, careers adviser and teachers at St Clare’s are great support. They really help in choosing a career / university, as well as in personal and study problems. Use this opportunity.
The CAS program, no matter how many scolded it, will help you “differentiate” yourself if you choose the right classes and write about them correctly. This will strengthen your motivation letter and resume as both universities and employers highlight students with different skills.That is, those who not only study, but are also seriously addicted to something in their free time.
Another thing that I really liked about St Clare’s is the detailed reports that teachers and students write at the end of each semester. A great written reminder of your strengths and weaknesses and lots of tips on how to improve them. It’s very good that I kept them all! They help with university studies and resume writing. And they save you from wasting time, when, for example, before an interview, you frantically try to remember: “What was it that I did so interesting in St Clare’s?”
Ilya K.- from 2006 to 2009 he studied in a 1-year Pre-IB course and then in a 2-year International Baccalaureate (IB) course,
after graduation entered the university Regent’s College of London
under the BA International Business + 1 Language program
St. Clare’s College, Oxford is a college that teaches the International Baccalaureate program. The college is located in the northern part of Oxford – 20 minutes walk and 5 minutes drive from the city center – and consists of 3 administrative buildings and a library.The area where the college is located is quiet and very cozy, built up with private houses of typical English architecture, with carefully trimmed lawns, manicured flower beds and beautiful trees. At first it seemed boring to me, because I was looking forward to a stormy student life! But then all the advantages of such an arrangement were revealed to me: if you want entertainment, go to the center, if you want peace and quiet, stay at home. The area is absolutely safe, there are grocery stores and places to eat nearby.
There are three levels of the college curriculum: Pre-IB, IB1, and IB2. Pre-IB is an initial, preparatory, level. It is very useful for those students who are not fluent in English, have doubts about their academic preparation and are not sure that they are ready to immediately plunge into the new and complex world of British education. I chose this path (1 year Pre-IB and 2 years IB) and have never regretted it. He helped me improve my English, adapt to a new life and prepared me for a more complex and serious level of the IB course.
At the IB1 level, students are required to take 6 subjects. Among them – English and native language, one subject from natural sciences, one from social, one from exact, and after the first semester a subject called “Theory of Knowledge” is added. The theory of knowledge is a subject that tells about a person’s perception of the external world. It touches in part on psychology, natural sciences and history. Personally, he helped me comprehend many historical facts and expand my understanding of the outside world.I chose all the subjects purposefully, taking into account my aspirations in the future.
The professionalism of teachers at St. Clare’s is very high. Classes are interesting and rich, the explanations are comprehensive. If something is not clear, the teachers are always happy to help; I, in any case, have never been refused. And the history teacher, sensing my interest in the subject, could talk with me on various historical topics for hours. I was amazed when I learned that he was completely blind.Once I saw him in the center of Oxford walking with two children, one he was carrying in his arms. I was won over by his love for the subject and, in particular, for Russian history. My relationship with the rest of the teachers was also very friendly and simple.
All work, without exception, had to be completed on time. Exams were held in a strict order, and God forbid using cheat sheets or delaying the delivery of work even for a few minutes. All this undoubtedly disciplined and helped me a lot in the future.
In addition to the lessons, all students are required to receive 150 hours of out-of-class instruction during the 2-year program. These activities are divided into three groups: sports activities, creativity and service. From sports classes, students can choose football, volleyball, basketball, badminton, rugby, running. From creative – from international relations to chess, and the service involves helping people or the environment. During my studies, I first went to a nursing home, talked with elderly people. It was interesting for me, and for them it was a good time, because older people like to remember the past and tell young people about it.In addition, in this way I have improved my English. Then I worked as a salesman at a thrift store. I liked this because I felt I was involved in helping the poor.
All students during college are required to live in hostels provided by the educational institution. The hostels are located in two-storey private houses, consisting of several rooms. The guys live one or two in a room. The houses are divided into “boyish” and “girlish”. Each has a curator who looks after the students.Every day at 11 o’clock in the evening, he goes around the rooms, wishes the students good night and at the same time checks that everything is in place. If the student is under the age of 17, he must be at home by 10 pm. On Fridays and weekends, this time increases by 1 hour. Students over 18 years of age are given the opportunity to schedule a later return on weekends, but no later than 2 a.m., and only upon satisfactory attendance at the class. To me and to many other students, it sometimes felt stern.But if you look at it through the eyes of parents, I can say with confidence: they can sleep peacefully, their children are always under supervision! In case of non-fulfillment of duties and non-attendance of classes, students are threatened with punishment, limiting them in the use of their free time. I soon got used to these requirements and now I consider them normal, as they are safety-oriented and very disciplined.
Food at St. Clare’s is normal and sufficient. There is a dining room where you can get breakfast, lunch and dinner at certain times; a cafeteria where you can have a snack, paying for food with a student card.When you want variety or just hang out with friends, you can go to nearby cafes. There, students are treated very well, but they will never sell alcohol, with this in England it is strict.
In conclusion, I would like to say that I am very glad to have the opportunity to get an IB diploma at St. Clare’s. The experience that I gained, a strict attitude towards completing assignments and discipline were very useful to me at the university. I can’t help but mention the friendship that is developing there.From what countries do students not come! These are different characters and different mentality. We were initially taught to be benevolent and tolerant of each other, to respect other people’s culture. With many international students, I manage to maintain friendship to this day. And our Russian guys are my real friends! I will never forget how we created our musical group, learned to play different instruments (for example, I also mastered drums besides guitar), how we celebrated holidays together, played football, sometimes against a team of teachers.What a pity that this golden time is over!
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Let’s go for a fairy tale! A fairy tale not far off!
I will show you a magical land!
Where the stream drinks from nameless rivers
Cool forest silence!
Recommended age of participants : 8 – 15 years
Maximum number of participants: 27 people
Nizhne-Svirsky Nature Reserve was formed in 1980.It is located in the lower reaches of the Svir River. The area is 41, 4 thousand hectares, land occupies 36 thousand hectares, the rest is the water area of the Svirskaya Bay. A unique landscape is represented by coastal ramparts – these are sandy ridges stretched parallel to the coastline of Lake Ladoga. Their origin is rooted in antiquity, when the waters of this lake left this territory. There are many small forest streams and rivers in the reserve.
Nizhne-Svirsky Nature Reserve is a kingdom of pine forests, swampy bogs, thickets of blueberries and cranberries, picturesque cold rivers and lakes … Here you can find brown bears, badgers, flying squirrels, otters, beavers, lynxes and other animals, and wolverines.The bird world of the reserve is very rich, including those listed in the Red Book of Russia: white-tailed eagle, osprey, black stork, eagle owl, great gray owl, capercaillie, hazel grouse, black grouse, ptarmigan, gray crane, bittern, herbal sandpiper. In spring and autumn, thousands of migratory birds gather here: whooper swan and small (tundra) swan, different types of geese (gray, bean goose, white-fronted goose and others), various species of waders (curlew, golden plover and others), ducks (river and sea ). The waters of Ladoga are inhabited by the endemic of these places – the Ladoga seal.
The pearl of the reserve is by right the Ladoga Ornithological Station, otherwise called Gumbaritsy, where we have to get by visiting interesting protected places along the way. The fact is that the Belomoro – Baltic migratory route of birds passes through the reserve, and the protected area itself is a traditional, used for centuries, anchorage of birds on the way of their flight. At the ornithological station, located in a picturesque place right on the shores of Lake Ladoga, we will learn how and why a huge number of migratory and local birds ring annually, we will learn to carefully keep these fragile creatures, we will try to take part in the difficult business of ringing ourselves!
In the reserve, forest trails and forest secrets await us, which we will try to reveal with you, song fires, interesting hikes and personal discoveries – big and small …
Dates of the program: July 27 – August 8 (departure from Moscow on July 26, arrival in Moscow on August 9)
Recommended age of participants : 8 – 15 years
Accommodation: in houses, 3-4 people in the room
Meals: 4 meals a day, prepared by the cook.
Summer children’s camps in Malta
Malta is a wonderful country that attracts people with its wonderful climate, crystal clear sea, amazingly beautiful natural landscapes, friendliness and hospitality. One of the largest international tourism centers, Malta is also a center for English language learning, hosting students from all over the world. People of all ages and nationalities study in her language schools, today many parents choose children’s language camps in this country.
Please note that children can learn English not only during the summer, but during the autumn and winter holidays.
It is a school with a rich history and one of the first English language schools in Malta. The high quality of teaching helps children with any level of language proficiency to learn the language.
The English language school is located in the north of the town of Bugibba in São Paul Bay.The school is located very close to the sea.
One of the most famous language centers, EU Malta, receives the best reviews from our clients year after year.
GV CAMP Summer Camp offers a unique opportunity to learn and practice English, combined with a summer entertainment program.
This youth camp is organized at the Paradise Bay Hotel, located in the northern part of Malta, right on the beach.
This youth camp offers accommodation in one of the popular and comfortable Bugibba hotels. Parents can be accommodated in the same hotel with their children, but in separate rooms!
The Institute of English Language Studies (IELS) was founded in 1885 and is part of the international group of Language And Leisure Schools (LAL Group).
Learn English in Malta! English First gives you a great opportunity to improve your speaking skills by connecting with new people from around the world!
Year-round school “Inlingua” offers courses for children and package programs with accommodation from 13 years old in spring and summer.
In Malta, one of the southernmost islands in Europe, between Sicily and North Africa, you will find everything you need for a great vacation.
Here, schoolchildren will be able to spend time with benefit, combining relaxation with effective, exciting learning. The Maltese School is the highest standard of education and unique programs for foreigners to help them immerse themselves in the language environment! In short, a summer camp in Malta is an easy language learning and a top-class sea vacation! It should be added that each children’s camp is reliably guarded, so the children are always safe, plus they make new friends, calmly and simply overcome the language barrier.
Camps in Malta offer English language courses to children and adolescents around the world. The standard language camp for children is a modern, well-equipped classroom in which experienced teachers teach classes according to modern methods in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. Of course, all this contributes to the effective acquisition of the English language. Children from different countries communicate not only in the classroom, but also participate in various animation programs together, live together and.etc.
Why do Russian schoolchildren need children’s camps in Malta? Children learn the basics of a foreign language at school, but the lack of the necessary language environment greatly inhibits the development of oral speech skills. And life in the camp provides an excellent opportunity for training. If a student – even an excellent student – is uncomfortable in English lessons, then don’t be upset – your child does not have any language pathology. The great and mighty Russian language has undividedly dominated the minds from the very cradle, and it is natural that it is very difficult for a foreigner to compete with it.And in the camp in Malta there are chances to make a language revolution in your still fragile mind with the help of the British Education system, which has been proven for decades.
Parents who are interested in getting their child to finally speak English simply have to make a choice in favor of teaching their child in Malta, in a specially created children’s summer camp. All the necessary information about the camps in Malta can be obtained on the InterAcadem website.
A wide range of linguistic centers offers organized English courses for children and schoolchildren from all over the world.Experienced teachers, well-equipped classrooms, modern teaching methods and a friendly atmosphere prevailing in the classroom – all this contributes to the effective acquisition of the English language. Children from different countries communicate not only in the classroom, but also participate in various animation programs together, live together, etc.
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Program: English at Blackrock College Private School, Blackrock College Ireland
Age: 11 – 17 years
Dates of arrival: 27.06.2020 – 15.08.2020 (minimum 2 weeks)
Location: Summer Camp | language school in Ireland Blackrock College is located 4 miles from the city of Dublin – the heart of Ireland, on the coast of the Gulf. The road from the airport to the school will take about 30 minutes.
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Link to school website: http://www.blackrockcollege.com/
Summer Camp | language school in Ireland Blackrock College occupies 56 acres of parkland.Blackrock School is ranked as one of the five most respected schools in Ireland. It was founded in 1860 and consists of two main buildings for older and younger children. The school has classrooms, homework classrooms, science labs, a radio studio, a computer room, an arts center, a multimedia room, and a kitchen to practice cooking. In addition to classrooms, the school has a large sports center, which opened in 2012, 9 rugby fields, a cricket field, jogging tracks, 6 tennis courts and an indoor pool.The school also has a Drama Center, where students show their theatrical performances.
Summer Camp Program | language school in Ireland includes 15 hours of English lessons, distributing test on arrival, certificate and report from teachers at the end of the program, teaching materials. No more than 12 children study in classes. All teachers are rigorously selected.
Children can live on campus or with a foster family, at the choice of the child’s parents.
Accommodation with a host family. All families are carefully selected, and the guys write their reviews and wishes for the host family at the end of the program. Most of the children choose this type of accommodation, because this gives you more opportunity to practice English, to join the traditions. The family provides the child with breakfast and dinner, and also brings lunch to school. Children live in rooms for 2 people. When resettling, the age of children and nationality are taken into account.
If, nevertheless, you decide to choose accommodation in the school residence, then the children will be accommodated in rooms for 2-3-4 people.Be sure to put towels for your child as the school does not offer them.
Excursions and leisure:
Summer Camp | School in Ireland Blackrock College, organizes fun day and evening activities, two half-day excursions during the week and one full-day excursion. The trips include the cost of transport and entrance fees. Tours are organized to local attractions in order to get acquainted with Irish culture and traditions.
Summer camp tuition fees | Language School of Ireland Blackrock College, Blackrock College:
for 12-17 year old homestays:
– 1470 € 2 weeks ,
– 50 € hot lunch at school per week (optional),
– 50 € refundable deposit,
– 80 € Travel pass (2 weeks),
– 250 € transfer in both directions,
– air ticket,
– consular fee to the visa center,
– agency services, including supervision during the child’s stay at the summer camp | school of Ireland
when staying at the summer camp residence | schools for children 11-15 years old:
– 1690 € 2 weeks ,
– 250 € transfer in both directions,
– air ticket,
– consular fee to the visa center,
– agency services, including supervision during the stay child at summer camp | school of Ireland
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90,000 Study at Queen Ethelburga’s College in England with STUDY.UA
Opportunities during and after training
Each student of Queen Ethelburga’s College, upon admission, chooses one of the four societies available at the college. Each society competes with another in sports, theatrical performances, and music competitions.Such a system contributes to the establishment of friendly relations for life, develops the spirit of rivalry and the integrity of the team. Queen Ethelburga’s College regularly organizes many extracurricular activities like theater, ballet, opera, concerts. The school has a wonderful equestrian center that offers classes that fully meet the standards of the British Equestrian Society, for both beginners and professionals.
Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate is a private coeducational school for children from 3 to 19 years old, offering daytime education and boarding and boarding.The college consists of four departments – Chapter House Preparatory School, King’s Magna Middle School, The College and The Faculty. The Chapter House Preparatory School deals with the development of children from 3 months to 5 years old. There is also a kindergarten for toddlers up to 3 years old. King’s Magna School is for students aged 6 to 9, the College is for students aged 11 to 14, and The Faculty is for students aged 14 to 19. All schools are located on a single territory and use a common town.
The educational institution Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate received its name in honor of Queen Ethelburga, who first brought Christianity to the north of the country.The school was originally owned by the Nathaniel Woodard Corporation. In 1991, she left the corporation, was renamed a college and became truly independent. During this period, she moved from Harrogate, where she was founded in 1912, to the picturesque Thorpe Underwood estate in Yorkshire. Royal Architect Walter Briarley won the Thorpe Underwood Estate design award. For some time, the famous English writer Anna Bronte worked as a governess there.
The College is located in beautiful Yorkshire countryside, 8 kilometers from the A1 road linking London to Edinburgh.There are three interesting English cities not far from the college.
Harrogate is a spa resort recognized in 2013 as the happiest city in Britain and one of the most romantic places in the world.
York, which is almost 2000 years old, is famous for its Gothic cathedral, the palace of the Lord Mayor and the royal theater.
The half-million old Leeds is known for its magnificent architecture, rich collections of painting and sculpture, and the Yorkshire Terrier bred here.
The school is surrounded by magnificent nature and covers an area of 200 acres.Pupils often observe falcons, owls and herons, deer, rabbits, dormouse and foxes. Nearby there is a pond with carp, which in the old days were caught by monks from Fontaines Abbey. A group of gardeners maintain a stone-walled “secret” garden with sculptured groups by Jeremy Guy, fountains, playgrounds, Olympic Courtyard, large green lawns.
Nick White, College Regional Manager for Europe, talks about the popular educational programs at Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate.
“We are proud of the high level of preparation of the students of our schools. We have excellent teachers specializing in various fields of science. The main goal of the Queen Ethelburga’s educational institution is to prepare students for admission to any specialty at the university.
Today, Queen Ethelburga’s schools teach children from various regions of Great Britain and representatives of 54 countries of the world. Foreign students make up about 40%. Children from families of politicians, large businessmen, military personnel, doctors, lawyers, diplomats, leaders of states and monarchs enter the educational institution.
Many international and UK students choose arts and social studies at Queen Ethelburga’s. However, the majority of Ukrainian students are interested in business education. This is one of the key areas that Ukrainians quite often choose and show good results. It should be noted that engineering is becoming a fairly popular area of our educational institution. In-demand computer science training subjects include software engineering, IT and web design, ”says Nick White.
90,000 International camp at the International House Bristol school for children and adolescents from 12 to 17 years old in Bristol, England
Founded in 1987, International House Bristol provides students with the opportunity to develop their language skills with qualified teachers. International House Bristol offers IELTS, OET, Cambridge English exam preparation courses, teacher training courses and courses in other foreign languages.IH Bristol works with such organizations as: Cambridge ESOL, Trinity London, IELTS and is a member of the International House World Organization (IHWO) network of schools.
IH Bristol has 2 offices located in the Clifton area just minutes from the main attractions of the seaside city. The first building at 27 Oakfield Road hosts adult courses. The second building, at 2 Queens Avenue, hosts children’s programs. Classrooms are equipped with comfortable chairs, interactive whiteboards, computers, free Wi-Fi on site, a student lounge and a large private garden.
In addition to year-round training, International House Bristol offers to visit a school camp for teenagers, which is held 2 times a year, in winter and summer. Attending the camp will allow your child to develop English skills and have an exciting vacation.
Children of different nationalities from different countries study in groups, such as: Italy (25%), Spain (25%), China (11%), France (8%), Germany (2%), Japan (2%), Russia (1%), etc. The maximum number of children in a group is 16 people.
You can visit the camp with any knowledge of English, as the program is designed for all levels. At the end of the camp, a certificate is issued. Classes are conducted using special materials that are developed by the school and are updated annually. Each lesson introduces a new topic, allowing you to learn new words and phrases in different areas. The price includes daytime drama or video-making courses in winter, and during the summer, drama, journalism, photography or video-making courses, regular evening entertainment, and on Saturdays, the school organizes excursions outside the city of Bristol.
The summer and winter camps regularly host social and recreational activities such as: museum visits, boat trips, pirate ride, graffiti tour, BBQ party, international food parties, visit to the SS Great Britain museum ship, suspension bridge walk, bowling , football, rock climbing (inside), bike tour to the harbor. On Saturdays, full-day trips are organized to cities such as London, Oxford, Bath, Stonehenge, Stratford-upon-Avon, Glastonbury, a walk to the waterfalls in Wales, surfing in Devon, etc.The groups are always accompanied by teachers and school supervisors.
The students live in the homes of the host family, thus creating an additional opportunity to practice English with native speakers in everyday life. Host families are carefully selected and teachers regularly check student living conditions. In the house, students live in a separate bedroom. The room can accommodate 2 students who speak different languages, there is also a wardrobe and a work desk in the room.Meals with family 2 times a day (breakfast and dinner), packed lunch at school and meals on weekends are included in the price.
International House Bristol School is located in the center of the student city of Bristol, which is located in the southwest of England on the Avon River and washed by the Bay of Bristol in the northwest.
- Classrooms with interactive equipment;
90,000 Chinese language courses for children and adults, the best training programs.
For Europeans, hieroglyphic languages are complex. And this is understandable, since they change a person’s idea of the system of knowledge of another world. Nevertheless, time dictates its conditions and today knowing the Chinese language is as important as English. And given that the Celestial Empire has recently been playing an increasingly prominent role in the world economic market, the business language of this country is becoming more and more in demand.
Chinese, most often, you have to learn from scratch.And this is both the complexity of the process and its fun. For beginners at first it is not clear that one word, pronounced with a different intonation, means completely different concepts. The specialists of the educational center, using modern teaching methods, will teach students to understand the differences. And learning a language in China, a country where everyone speaks this language, will quickly make the difference.
Summer Camp with the study of Chinese
Modern Chinese has remained largely unchanged since the construction of the Great Wall of China.And this is its mystery, which can be solved by a real inquisitive mind. The practical course offered by the Leto educational center at the Chinese language school is a unique opportunity to learn not only about vocabulary, but also about style and nuances of pronunciation.
Participants of the summer camp with the Chinese language feel free to communicate both with their mentors and listeners from other countries. The complexity of the pronunciation of words already in the first lessons lends itself to the hearing of a European and stimulates further study of hieroglyphs.
The advantages of conducting Chinese language courses in the country include:
- the ability to communicate correctly in the language;
- to replenish the baggage of knowledge about the culture and traditions of the people;
- get to know other listeners and find common interests.
Training is carried out according to the latest techniques without boring memorization of phrases. The practical part is communication in Chinese. The language environment is the main advantage of the summer camp.And the courses in Pyatigorsk cannot boast of this.
Learn a language in an intensive program, for business and for exams
The Leto Educational Center offers its listeners various options for learning the Chinese language. Among them are popular:
- intensive course;
- for business;
You can learn the language in different cities of China. Language schools are highly efficient.Recently, they are increasingly being approached by business people wishing to establish partnerships with their Chinese colleagues. Interested persons include teachers, students, tourists.
Chinese lessons and sightseeing tours
It has been proven that Chinese lessons are most effective in tandem with the study of the culture and traditions of the people. They are inextricably linked. Understanding cultural values allows you to appreciate the depth of individual words and phrases. Thus, the memorization of hieroglyphs is faster.
Students of the courses have the opportunity to attend:
- various shows;
- entertainment and educational activities.
And all this contributes to a deep study and understanding of the language.