Cambridge University

Cambridge, England

Get InfoApply NowSpecial classes in Cultural Immersion, Global Business, and Genetics2 or 4 Week ProgramsApply and Enroll by December 18 and Save $300For students completing grades 9, 10, 11, 12 (ages 14-18)
4 WeeksSpend 4 weeks on campus in two amazing 2-week sessions.
2 WeeksSpend 2 weeks on campus.
Choose 2 CoursesPick 1 morning and 1 afternoon enrichment course
AcademiesIntensive, all-day academies focused on one academic area.
College CreditOptional college credit courses

College credit from Marist College

Students completing 10th, 11th, and 12th grade may choose to take an optional college credit class for 2 college credits. Class assignments are exactly the same whether you take a class for credit or not for credit.

There is an additional fee of $395 to receive credit and the decision must be made by June 1. Click on "College Credit" for a list of courses.

  • Choose 2 Courses
    • Arts & Design 5
      • Art & Architecture

        The architectural heritage of Cambridge spans three millennium and is as much apart of the city as its’ famous University. There are a magnificent range of architectural styles from ancient to ultra-modern and everything in between. The art contained in many of these buildings is as impressive as the structures themselves. This course explores the grandeur of these buildings and their contents.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to explore a career in architecture or wants to learn about the art and history behind many famous buildings and structures in Cambridge.HighlightsNumerous field trips include King’s College chapel and The Reuben’s painting at the altar that is valued at more than £20,000,000. Other sites include the Fitzwilliam museum with its collection of Constable and Turners; the church of the Holy Sepulchre (dated 1130) as well as visits to many other University Colleges and local domestic sites.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Digital Film ProductionDatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Digital Photography in Cambridge

        Bring your photography skills up to date. Students will learn the skills associated will traditional photography such as composition and exposure as well as the modern techniques of digital processing and editing. This course will also give participants an opportunity to photograph the historic city of Cambridge. Faces from around the world, and a wealth of traditional and unusual architectural styles serve as a superb locale for this cutting edge course. Digital camera required with manual capability.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for aspiring photographers who want to learn how to shoot like a pro.HighlightsStudents will have the opportunity to photograph the historic city of Cambridge.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Introduction to Acting

        Students explore various techniques of acting and performance, method, improvisation and voice. Students concentrate on acting technique and then go into rehearsal for a British stage production.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for budding actors & actresses who want to pick up the technical skills in the field of acting and performance.HighlightsStudents will get actual acting experiences by having the chance to perform for all Summer Discovery students and local audiences at the Cambridge Festival of Arts.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • The Art of Design

        With the River Cam, beautiful architecture, quaint villages and picturesque fen landscapes on our doorstep, Cambridge and its surrounding environs are the ideal “outdoor classroom” for this studio course. Students work in various media, including watercolors and pencil in various locations around Cambridge and Murray Edwards College.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for budding artists of all levels who want to build a foundation in drawing and painting techniques.HighlightsStudent artists’ own work will be exhibited at the end of the program.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 2
      • Game Changers: Business Disruptors

        This course will explore the ways in which innovative companies have revolutionized the way we do business. Explore how the business models of modern disruptors such as Amazon, WeWork, Netflix, Uber, Airbnb, and Tesla have literally changed the world and altered the way we think, behave, and act about a certain idea, item, product, or service.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is for all budding entrepreneurs who want to create their own business.HighlightsStudents will be provided with a framework to understand the nature of disruption that is happening to industry and apply these same techniques as part of a final project where they will work in groups to create their own (perhaps disruptive) business. DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Entrepreneurship

        An introduction into the entrepreneur experience, focusing on the skills and strategies required to start and operate a business in the UK and Euro zone. A practical experience introducing the reality of business start-up and operation, through the use of practical case study and group presentation. The key elements are: Elements of business; structure and control; marketing; human resources; sources and finance; planning and control. Students may pair this course with the "Global Business and Economics" course to participate in our "Global Business and Entrepreneurship Academy."

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for budding entrpreneurs who want to learn the strategies and skills needed to start their own business.HighlightsStudents will pick up tips through practical case studies and learn how to effectively communicate, and get buy-in for their business ideas through a group presentation.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, Georgetown U, London, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Yale-NUS SingaporeApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Life Skills 3
      • Creating Writing

        Learn to be creative, cultivate your imagination, and expand your creative writing abilities. Techniques and exercises to stimulate the imagination and self-expression through writing poetry, stories, dialogues, and journals are explored.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for budding writers who want to improve their creative writing abilities.HighlightsStudents will be able to develop their own original short story.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Penn, U Michigan, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • ESL- Communication Skills for our International Students

        Taught by a certified ESL instructor, classes focus on mastering English grammar, vocabulary, reading, writing, and conversation skills. Students have the opportunity to improve their English language skills by exploring and experiencing the many colleges of Cambridge University and the surrounding Cambridge community. This class is only offered in the morning, allowing our International students the opportunity to register for another enrichment course in the afternoon.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is for non-native English speakers who want to improve their English language skills.HighlightsStudents have the opportunity to improve their English language skills by exploring and experiencing the many colleges of Cambridge University and the surrounding Cambridge community.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Penn, U Michigan, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Introduction to Debate

        Spontaneous, acerbic, sarcastic, humorous, rancorous, and always entertaining, the British style of debating enjoys an illustrious history where style is as important as substance. Students learn technique, and prepare debates for practice in class.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to hone their public speaking skills and learn how to present their arguments in a coherent, considered and structured way.HighlightsThe course culminates in a debate at the historic Cambridge Union Society where hundreds of statesmen, from British Prime Ministers to American Presidents, (and Summer Discovery students) have debated before.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, Penn, U Michigan, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Social Sciences 1
      • Contemporary Literature

        The course explores works by Shakespeare and other British authors and involves academic study, watching and discussing productions, and visits to author-connected sites in Cambridge and London. We concentrate first on language, themes and different interpretations of a Shakespeare play, before looking at a variety of poems of different periods on some of the following topics: Love, Journeys, Gender, War. Students engage in class debate, give presentations, report on productions and introduce favorite works. The course aims to promote not only understanding of literature but lively engagement with it.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students interested in literature and creative writing.HighlightsA popular activity is 're-creative writing': students take up the story where an author leaves off, set it in a new context, or give it a different twist.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa BarbaraApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • STEM 1
      • Engineering

        This course offers students who have an interest in engineering the chance to discover the excitement of engineering though theoretical and hands-on experience. You will be introduced to the application of physical and mathematical principles to solving theoretical and practical engineering problems. Cambridge has produced some of the most eminent minds in science such as Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Stephen Hawking and there is no better place to inspire the budding engineer. While introducing what it takes to bring products from concept to the market place, the course will help to build students’ confidence in their ability to work on challenging assignments through teamwork, planning and the gaining of knowledge and skills to enhance their ideas.

        Who Should Take This Course?This academy is for high-achieving students who are interested in engineering and getting a hands-on experience in product design.HighlightsStudents will have a basic understanding of the fundamentals of engineering. Understand how these fundamentals are used to comprehend the world around us. Have a basic understanding of modern applications in engineering.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Colorado Boulder, U Texas Austin, PennApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
  • Academies
    • Arts & Design 2
      • Art & Architecture Academy

        Art & Architecture: The architectural heritage of Cambridge spans three millennium and is as much apart of the city as its’ famous University. There are a magnificent range of architectural styles from ancient to ultra-modern and everything in between. The art contained in many of these buildings is as impressive as the structures themselves. This course explores the grandeur of these buildings and their contents.

        The Art of Design: With the River Cam, beautiful architecture, quaint villages and picturesque fen landscapes on our doorstep, Cambridge and its surrounding environs are the ideal “outdoor classroom” for this studio course. Students work in various media, including watercolors and pencil in various locations around Cambridge and Murray Edwards College.

        DatesJul 4 - Aug 1: 4 Weeks  |  Jul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2Similar Course Available AtU MichiganApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Film Academy

        Contemporary International Cinema: Increase critical thinking, analytical, and communicative ability, through exposure to cinema outside the Hollywood tradition. Particular areas of interest will include Italian Neo-realism, German expressionism, and the French new wave. Some R rated films shown.

        Digital Film Production: Produce your own digital media work. Develop skills in multimedia, photography, videography, sound recording and editing, as well as honing computer skills. Working in groups, share these tasks with your teammates. (Limited enrollment; $195 supplement)

        DatesJul 4 - Aug 1: 4 Weeks  |  Jul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2Apply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 1
      • Global Business & Entrepreneurship Academy

        Global Business and Economics: An introductory course examining the importance of globalization and interdependence in modern economies, and the world-wide impact of the recent global financial crisis. It will introduce the principles behind macro and micro economic theories and how they are applied in a modern, global business environment. Cambridge is a global leader in economic theory and the course will examine the role of leading theorists such as Marshall and Keynes. Cambridge is also a centre of technology drawing the likes of Microsoft (and its new European research center) to its location. Study businesses large and small to understand the ideas of global marketing, manufacturing and financial services and the part the UK plays in this global economy.

        Entrepreneurship: An introduction into the entrepreneur experience, focusing on the skills and strategies required to start and operate a business in the UK and Euro zone. A practical experience introducing the reality of business start-up and operation, through the use of practical case study and group presentation. The key elements are: Elements of business; structure and control; marketing; human resources; sources and finance; planning and control.

        DatesJul 4 - Aug 1: 4 Weeks  |  Jul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2Similar Course Available AtGeorgetown U, U Texas AustinApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Law & Government 1
      • Politics & International Relations Academy

        International Relations: This course is designed to show how the development of International Relations has changed during the late 20th and 21st Centuries. It will examine the Political and Historic Relationship Between the US and the UK. Students will examine modern relations between the US and UK and the rest of the world. The course will cover the comparative political systems, and their recent developments. It will include studying the Marshall Plan, NATO, Nuclear developments and disarmament, Economic and Cultural relations. Students will analyze the post Cold War world, the impact of international terrorism, the Balance of power, the Global Economy and the relations between the US and the EU.

        Introduction to Debate: Spontaneous, acerbic, sarcastic, humorous, rancorous, and always entertaining, the British style of debating enjoys an illustrious history where style is as important as substance. Students learn technique, and prepare debates for practice in class.

        DatesJul 4 - Aug 1: 4 Weeks  |  Jul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2Similar Course Available AtGeorgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Life Skills 1
      • English Literature & Writing Academy

        Contemporary Literature: The course explores works by Shakespeare and other British authors and involves academic study, watching and discussing productions, and visits to author-connected sites in Cambridge and London. We concentrate first on language, themes and different interpretations of a Shakespeare play, before looking at a variety of poems of different periods on some of the following topics: Love, Journeys, Gender, War. Students engage in class debate, give presentations, report on productions and introduce favorite works. The course aims to promote not only understanding of literature but lively engagement with it.

        Creative Writing: Learn to be creative, cultivate your imagination, and expand your creative writing abilities. Techniques and exercises to stimulate the imagination and self-expression through writing poetry, stories, dialogues, and journals are explored.

        DatesJul 4 - Aug 1: 4 Weeks  |  Jul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2Similar Course Available AtU MichiganApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • STEM 1
      • STEM Academy

        Engineering: This course offers students who have an interest in engineering the chance to discover the excitement of engineering though theoretical and hands-on experience. You will be introduced to the application of physical and mathematical principles to solving theoretical and practical engineering problems. Cambridge has produced some of the most eminent minds in science such as Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Stephen Hawking and there is no better place to inspire the budding engineer. While introducing what it takes to bring products from concept to the market place, the course will help to build students’ confidence in their ability to work on challenging assignments through teamwork, planning and the gaining of knowledge and skills to enhance their ideas.

        Genetics: This course will offer a description of genetics and the physical nature of genes. It will also discuss the current evolutionary theories and the modern use of genetics in medicine, law and ecology. Understand cell division, genetic crosses, gene linkage and mapping, mutation, investigation of DNA, disease and genetic engineering. Cambridge University and the Sanger Institute have played a crucial role in the mapping of the Human Genome Project.

        DatesJul 4 - Aug 1: 4 Weeks  |  Jul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2Similar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Colorado Boulder, U Texas AustinApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
  • College Credit
    • Arts & Design 1
      • Contemporary International Cinema

        This course aims to allow students to appreciate the international perspective of film. It will introduce students to International cinema and increase critical thinking, analytical and communicative ability, through exposure to cinema outside the Hollywood tradition. Particular areas of interest will include Italian Neo-realism, German expressionism and the French new wave. The course examines their influence on modern cinema from British and French films to the growing power of ‘Bollywood’, China and global/independent cinema. Some R-rated films shown.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is for students who are interested in film studies, particularly in the field of international cinema.HighlightsCourse includes London field studies visits to the Museum of the Moving Image and Leicester Square.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Business & Entrepreneurship 1
      • Global Business and Economics

        An introductory course examining the importance of globalization and interdependence in modern economies, and the world-wide impact of the recent global financial crisis. It will introduce the principles behind macro and micro economic theories and how they are applied in a modern, global business environment. Cambridge is a global leader in economic theory and the course will examine the role of leading theorists such as Marshall and Keynes. Cambridge is also a centre of technology drawing the likes of Microsoft (and its new European research center) to its location. Study businesses large and small to understand the ideas of global marketing, manufacturing and financial services and the part the UK plays in this global economy.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is an excellent way to acquire problem-solving skills and develop a logical, ordered way of looking at problems. It is also a necessary foundation for students considering a career in business, law, and consulting.HighlightsCourse may include London field studies visits to the London Stock Exchange and Harrods. Students may pair this course with the "Entrepreneurship-Do You Have It?" course to participate in our "Global Business Academy and Entrepreneurship Academy."DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, Georgetown U, London, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Yale-NUS SingaporeApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Law & Government 2
      • European and International Law

        This course will present an introduction to the theoretical issues surrounding modern International and European law. It will involve a study of constitutional, criminal and civil law in operation in the English-speaking world and within the European Union and other legal systems. The course will also provide a comparison with the judicial traditions in the US, including current topics such as extradition, illegal detention, torture, and the legal implications of the war on terror.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who want to understand the European law system or aspiring to pursue in a career in law.HighlightsA special trip to the Cambridgeshire County Courts to see an actual trial is a program highlight. Course includes a London field studies and a visit to the Imperial War Museum and the centre for CCTV in Cambridge.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, Georgetown U, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • International Relations

        This course is designed to show how the development of International Relations has changed during the late 20th and 21st Centuries. It will examine the Political and Historic Relationship Between the US and the UK. Students will examine modern relations between the US and UK and the rest of the world. The course will cover the comparative political systems, and their recent developments. It will include studying the Marshall Plan, NATO, Nuclear developments and disarmament, Economic and Cultural relations. Students will analyze the post Cold War world, the impact of international terrorism, the Balance of power, the Global Economy and the relations between the US and the EU.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who are interested in political science and have the intent to pursue a career in the field of politics.HighlightsCourse includes a visit to the seat of power in London and visits to the Imperial War Museum and the Cambridge County Court.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtUC Santa Barbara, U Texas Austin, U Michigan, Georgetown U, UCLA Middle School Enrichment, Georgetown Middle School Enrichment, U MiamiApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • Social Sciences 2
      • Communications: Digital Technology & Social Media

        This course will examine interpersonal communication and investigate new media in the digital age. Develop your personal communication skills and explore the phenomenon of social media as the convergence of digital technology is changing how we communicate and experience the world today. An ideal companion course is the afternoon enrichment class Digital Media Production.

        Who Should Take This Course?Perfect for students who want to pursue a career in either marketing or advertising and has a keen interest in social media. For students who want to earn college credit.HighlightsCourse includes London field studies visits to the Museum of the Moving Image, O2 Arena or the British Music Experience interactive exhibition.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtU Michigan, Georgetown U, Johns HopkinsApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Introduction to Psychology

        Introduces the field of psychology, a major scientific discipline for over 100 years. Intelligence, history, learning, development, language, personality and psychopathology are all examined. Course will discuss and progress from child psychology, to adolescent psychology, to the behavior of normal adult human behavior, to abnormal psychology. Students will be given the opportunity to participate in safe psychological research and experiments.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students interested in majoring in psychology as well as learning how the brain works.HighlightsCourse includes London field studies visits to the Natural History Museum.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtU Texas Austin, U Michigan, Georgetown U, Johns HopkinsApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
    • STEM 2
      • Cyber Security and Espionage

        This dynamic course will broadly examine the role of espionage within International Relations and Politics. It will examine the impact of technology on espionage, especially Cyber Security and Cyber Warfare. The course will encourage students to take a multi-disciplinary approach with the twin objectives of: improving their understanding of the International Order by examining the role that espionage plays on the International Stage, and developing their analytical skills by tackling subjects that do not usually see the light of day.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who are interested in the history of the UK and the role intelligence played in wars and international terrorism.HighlightsSoviet recruitment of agents in Cambridge, and alleged political “destabilizing” activities as highlighted in the recently banned British book, “Spycatcher” by former agent Peter Wright are examined. Course includes London field studies visits to Churchill’s Cabinet War Rooms.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtU Texas Austin, Georgetown UApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
      • Genetics-We Are All Unique

        This course will offer a description of genetics and the physical nature of genes. It will also discuss the current evolutionary theories and the modern use of genetics in medicine, law and ecology. Understand cell division, genetic crosses, gene linkage and mapping, mutation, investigation of DNA, disease and genetic engineering. Cambridge University and the Sanger Institute have played a crucial role in the mapping of the Human Genome Project.

        Who Should Take This Course?This course is suitable for students who have a strong interest in biology, especially in the field of genetics, its evolution and applications.HighlightsLondon field studies visits to the Natural History Museum.DatesJul 4 - Jul 17: 2 Weeks Session #1  |  Jul 19 - Aug 1: 2 Weeks Session #2  |  Jul 4 - Aug 1: 4 WeeksSimilar Course Available AtPennApply NowCall Us: 516-621-3939
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