Bucksmore Education, England
Bucksmore has been running high-quality summer schools for individual students since 1979. In 2013 Bucksmore welcomed students from 55 different countries.
In 2014 Bucksmore will be running 12 fantastic programmes across 9 amazing locations around the UK. We have courses for students aged 7-19 and for all English levels and interests.
- Corpus Christi College – Cambridge University
- Magdalene College – Cambridge University
- Fitzwilliam College – Cambridge University
- Clare College – Cambridge University
- Brasenose College – Oxford University
- St Hilda’s College – Oxford University
- Plumpton College – Near Brighton
- King Edward’s School – Witley, Near Guildford
- Bucksmore Three Capitals – London, Edinburgh and Cardiff.
English Courses in England Consist of:
- Native English teachers
- Accommodation in Residence.
- Planned social activities.
Prices for English school in England
See the full price list on the schools website!
Also, you can contact our staff at any time for a detailed price quote: Contact All About Languages – +1 (800) 620-5567
- Transfers to and from the airport
- Full-day and half-day excursions
- All tuition
- All Meals
- Full activity programme
Locations & Programmes
Corpus Christi College – Cambridge University
Corpus Christi is the 6th oldest Cambridge University College. All classrooms are in Old Court, the oldest courtyard in the university. This stunning college is in the centre of Cambridge
World University Preparation (UK) 16-18 year olds– A two-week introduction to UK universities which gives international students the best possible chance of gaining a place at a leading university. Students develop skills for interviews and writing personal statements as well as receiving special tuition in selected subjects.
Bucksmore Young Leaders 14-17 year olds– An intensive leadership course for mature teenagers looking for more than a typical summer school. Students are taught teamwork, public speaking, negotiation and debating skills, all while networking in an International environment.
Magdalene College – Cambridge University
Magdalene College enjoys a picturesque location on the River Cam with the longest riverfront of any Cambridge college. It is home to the Pepys Library which houses the diaries of Samuel Pepys, the famous diarist who wrote during the Great Fire of London in 1666.
Cambridge Advanced Studies Program 16-19 year olds– This stimulating tutorial course closely based on the Cambridge University academic system is designed for native and near-native English speakers including students from the USA. Students specialise in academic subjects taught in small groups, led by Cambridge University teaching staff.
Fitzwilliam College – Cambridge University
Fitzwilliam College is a large, peaceful college a short walk form the centre of Cambridge. The college was built in the grounds of The Grove, a splendid Regency era house where Charles Darwin’s wife lived for many years.
Bucksmore Arts Choice – 13-17 year olds – A visual and performing arts course for older teenagers. Students receive English tuition as well as choosing weekly electives in art, dance, drama, film production or photography. The electives are all taught by experts and are studied alongside local English teenagers.
Clare College – Cambridge University
Clare College is one of the five impressive colleges that make up ‘The Backs’ overlooking the River Cam. The college was founded in 1326, making it the second oldest college in Cambridge.
Bucksmore Cambridge – 14-17 year olds – An intensive English language summer school for teenagers based the city of Cambridge. Alongside the classroom teaching is a full activities programme including ‘freestyle afternoons’ that allow students to explore this wonderful city.
Brasenose College – Oxford University
Brasenose College enjoys one of the best locations of any Oxford University College, right in the heart of Oxford next to the famous Bodleian Library.
Oxford Advanced Studies Program – 16-19 year olds – This stimulating tutorial course closely based on the Oxford University academic system is designed for native and near-native English speakers including students from the USA. Students specialise in academic subjects taught in small groups, led by Oxford University teaching staff.
St Hilda’s College – Oxford University
St Hilda’s College is a famous riverside college of Oxford University. It sits in four acres of beautiful gardens on the banks of the River Cherwell. The college has its own punts on the river and plenty of outdoor space for students to relax between lessons.
Bucksmore Oxford – 14-17 year olds – An intensive English language summer school for teenagers based the city of Oxford. Alongside the classroom teaching is a full activities programme including ‘freestyle afternoons’ that allow students to explore this inspiring city.
Plumpton College – Near Brighton
Plumpton College is a beautiful school in the middle of the English countryside. It has plenty of open space for outdoor activities as well as riding stables, an animal care centre, sports pitches and an indoor sports hall.
Bucksmore Summer – Bucksmore’s classic summer school suitable for students aged 11-16. A comprehensive academic programme with 20 hours of English tuition is combined with a full activity programme including 2 full-day and 2 half-day excursions.
Bucky Adventure – For students who want more of an adventurous summer programme Bucky Adventure is the ideal programme. Students have their classes with Bucksmore Summer students before embarking on exciting afternoon activities. Activities include: horse riding, mountain biking, raft building, kayaking, mountain boarding, sailing and a survival night.
King Edward’s School, Witley, Near Guildford
King Edward’s is a classic English boarding school in the south of England. It has great facilities including an indoor heated swimming pool, tennis courts, sports hall and a drama studio.
Bucksmore Summer – The sister programme to Bucksmore Summer at Plumpton. 20 hours of English tuition each week alongside a full activity programme including 2 full-day and 2 half-day excursions each week.
Bucky Kids – A specially designed for our youngest students, Bucky Kids is for 7-10 year olds. This is the ideal course for students who may never have been to a summer school before. Days are themed so students can use what they learn in their lessons in the afternoon activity.
Bucksmore Three Capitals
London, Edinburgh and Cardiff – Bucksmore Thee Capitals is a two-week academic tour of the UK. The tour starts and ends in London and takes in the cities of York, Edinburgh and Cardiff with visits to the Lake District, Stonehenge and Old Trafford also included. There is a full academic programme combining classroom teaching whilst in Edinburgh with ongoing project work.
- British Council (34 strengths in 2013)
- English UK