If you’re at all interested in physics, take this course! I’ve learned so much from these amazing teachers, and the topics were engaging, interesting and thought-provoking.
Levente, Physics & Engineering Student, 2017
I’ve learned new things that I would have never learned at school, and it practically has verified my decision to become a doctor.
Melia, Medicine & Life Sciences, 2019
This was honestly an experience I will never forget. On the day I arrived I was a bit shy but after talking with people I realized we were all in the same boat. I have learnt a lot about peoples different cultures and their livelihoods. I have made lifelong friends from all over the world!...
Marios, Law, 2022
Reach Cambridge was without a doubt the best experience of my life. I enjoyed the freedom it provided, while being gently introduced to what university life is like. I made some lifelong friends from all over the world, and got to have many interesting debates and discussions in my classes that helped me open my...
Lily, Politics & International Relations, 2022
Reach Cambridge has been the best thing I’ve ever been a part of. I absolutely loved every second of it. I’ve enjoyed not only the lessons, but also all of the fun activities.
Zazu, English & Performing Arts, 2017
Reach Cambridge is a once in a lifetime opportunity and I loved everything about my experience here. The people that I met, the things that I learnt, were incredible, and I wouldn’t change it for the world.
Liliana, Biotechnology, 2017
I’ve learned so much more than I could ever imagine in this course. It’s also pretty much solidified my choices for university.
Misty, Psychology, 2017
Law was the best course I’ve ever taken. I really learnt a lot and it helped guide me to what I want to become in life.
Eric, Law, 2017
Reach was an amazing experience for me. It’s allowed me to interact with people from all over the world, making me more of a global citizen.
Faisal, Medicine & Life Sciences, 2019
This course is very interesting and informative. It gives you a taste of studying in Cambridge and working in the field as a researcher.