Arts & Humanities
2-WEEK CAMBRIDGE SUMMER PROGRAMME
ARTS & HUMANITIES
"Have a taste of the rich British culture and
in-depth experience of European Arts!"
The Arts & Humanities programme offers a great opportunity for students to know more about the western history, especially British and European arts, culture, history and languages by learning from Cambridge scholars from a diverse academic background including linguistics, history, arts, psychology, cultural studies, cognitive and behavioural studies.
Students will also attend various visiting activities, including but not limited to Shakespeare’s Globe, The Needham Research Institute and the British Museum. The idea is to enable the students to be immersed in British culture and have an enjoyable journey here in the UK.
The History of Europe, from Ancient Greece to the Brexit
Second-Lanuage Acquisition and Its Implication on Second Language Learning and Teaching
A History of Art through the Fitzwilliam Museum to Tate Modern
The Language Families and Languages Spoken in Europe
The Principles of Memory
The Creative Navigator's Compass: Memory and perception and how we know where we are
This Programme is suitable for
School students, Undergraduate and Postgraduate students of arts and humanities and related subjects
Session 1: 29 July - 12 August 2020 (14 nights)
Session 2: 12 August - 26 August 2020 (14 nights)
College Single/Twin Room
15 April 2020
Course At A Glance
Faculty & Supervisor
Total Contact Time
Subject Insight Visits
Cambridge Cultural and Social Activities
Supervisions with Cambridge Supervisors
Application, Skills & Cultural Workshops
London and Oxford
Needham Research Insitute
The Needham Research Institute is the home of the Science and Civilisation in China Project, and houses the East Asian History of Science Library. As a recognised global centre of study, the NRI offers a unique collection of books and other published materials on the history of science, technology and medicine in East Asia, and welcomes scholars from all over the world.
Shakespeare’s Globe is a world-renowned performing arts venue,
cultural attraction and education centre located on the bank of the River Thames in London, UK. It celebrates Shakespeare’s transformative impact on the world by conducting a radical theatrical experiment.
The British Museum
The British Museum was established in 1753. It is a public institution dedicated to human history, art and culture. Its permanent collection of some eight million works is among the largest and most comprehensive in existence,
having been widely sourced during the era of the British Empire. It documents the story of human culture from its beginnings to the present. It was the first public national museum in the world.