2-WEEK CAMBRIDGE SUMMER PROGRAMME
"Further deepen your knowledge in EEE and
prepare yourself for a career as an Engineer!"
This programme offers various subjects such as analysis of circuits, programming, thermal management in electronic devices, through cutting-edge researches and knowledge from renowned lecturers, hands-on tasks in class, and visiting world-famous science institutions.
Students will visit Mini Cooper factory and science museums to gain an insight of car-manufacturing, and experience from the history of science to the latest scientific designs and exhibitions in the world.
Analysis of Circuits
Digital Signal Processing
Optical Switching System
This Programme is suitable for:
School students, Undergraduate and Postgraduate students of electrical engineering, Electronic and Information Technology 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
MINI Cooper Plant Oxford
This is the heart and home of the MINI production line. This plant builds more than 1,000 MINIs each day. Visitors can see how MINIs are born, crafted, painted and personalised. They offers tours so fantastic that it has been awarded the "Best Told Story" accolade from VisitEngland.
Bletchley Park & The National Museum of Computing
Bletchley Park is a 19th-century mansion and estate in Milton Keynes that became the principal centre of Allied code-breaking during the Second World War. It was a milestone for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers in the UK.
Cambridge Science Park
The Cambridge Science Park, founded by Trinity College in 1970, is the oldest science park in the United Kingdom. It is a concentration of science and technology related businesses, and has strong links with the nearby University of Cambridge.