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What Travel Insurance do I need?

We are delighted to say that our summer school students benefit from International Student Travel Insurance cover, which is included in the course fees. Visit our Insurance page to find out more. Please read the Policy Information on the Insurance page carefully, paying particular attention to what is covered and any exclusions. You are responsible…
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Who are the faculty/staff?

Broadly speaking, our staff can be divided into three departments – academic teaching staff, supervisors & welfare staff and, finally, senior staff. Our academic teaching body is made up of Fellows, Professors, researchers, post-graduates, and specialists in their field; many of our academic staff are working or studying at high-level academic institutions such as Cambridge,…
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Is it safe and will my children be well looked after?

At Reach Cambridge, the safety and welfare of students is our number one priority. Our experienced staff team work together to ensure that our students have the opportunity to grow in confidence and enjoy their independence in a safe and supervised environment. Parents can be understandably cautious about sending their children abroad for a study…
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Who are the faculty?

Reach Cambridge combines the world-class knowledge and critical-thinking teaching style of Cambridge academics and the exceptional classroom experience of our teachers, with the most recent pedagogical techniques tailored to young people. The majority of our teachers are academics, lecturers and PhD students from Cambridge University or other top academic institutions.
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Do I need to bring a friend?

There is no need to bring a friend. In fact, sometimes students find it easier to make new friends when they attend alone. If you would like to attend with a friend or a relative, it is always nice to have a familiar face around the campus. Either way, the social activities, the structure of…
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What if I get sick?

Should a student need to see a doctor there are a number of local GP surgeries close to the accommodation. For any more serious situations, Addenbrooke’s Hospital – one of the top hospitals in the UK – is also within easy reach. Supervisors and senior staff are first aid trained and are available 24hrs a…
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What supervisory staff do you have?

Our inspiring team of teachers work closely with our Director of Curriculum to provide the highest quality subject courses. Many of our teachers are working or studying at high-level academic institutions such as the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford or London. They usually are Professors, researchers and postgraduates, all of whom are specialists in their field….
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What happens if I break one of the rules?

One of the aims on a Reach Cambridge program is to encourage independence. There are not very many rules, but the ones we do have are strictly enforced. Students will sign up to the rules and regulations on application, but the main rules are as follows: Students must attend all classes; you must report to…
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How safe are the dormitories?

All of the accommodation is in the centre of Cambridge, a small and very safe city. Reach Cambridge staff are on hand 24 hours a day and live alongside the students on-site at all times. All of the supervisory staff are first-aid trained. Upon arrival, students are given a welcome talk, which further outlines the…
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