Residential study programs for 14-18 year olds in Cambridge, UK.
The UK is a historically rich country with many beautiful towns, cities and landscapes to explore. Although it was hard to choose, we have tried to select a diverse selection...Read More
How to Make 2020 the Best Year Ever
As we enter the beginning of a new decade, we are sure some of you will be thinking about resolutions for the year(s) ahead, Five Year Plans, Ten Year Plans......Read More
5 Reasons To visit Cambridge in 2020
The world famous University City of Cambridge is over 800 years old. In fact, 2019 marks the 810th year anniversary of the famous, historic University of Cambridge. This blog outlines...Read More
Liberal Arts: A New Course at Reach—But One of the Oldest in the World!
We’re very lucky at Reach to be based in Cambridge, home to one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the world. Amazing thinkers like: Isaac Newton Alfred, Lord...Read More
The Director of Curriculum’s Top Ten Tips for Essay Writing
As told by Genny, our Director of Curriculum! Writing is hard. Writing well is even harder. Every writer, no matter their age or experience, has room to improve. So, without...Read More
3 Ways to Choose a Subject
Choosing an academic subject to study can be a difficult or daunting task, not only for a Reach Cambridge program, but also for life in general. Whether it’s a subject you want to continue in school, a subject you want to explore at University, or one that you want to pursue as a career, there are a lot of things to consider before making a decision. We at Reach have tried to come up with a (hopefully!) helpful list of things to think about when making decisions about your next academic steps.Read More
Studying English as a Second Language
Genny, our Director of Curriculum, Reflects on Learning English as a Second, or Additional, Language Want to improve your English? Hoping to one day study abroad? There are many reasons...Read More
See The World in Cambridge
An International City Initially founded by the Romans, Saxons, and Vikings (though not at the same time!), the roots of Cambridge spread far across the globe, and have never stopped...Read More