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Cambridge - Junior (<18 years)
2 language schools in Cambridge offering Junior (<18 years) courses, ranging from
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for a 2 week English course including accommodation.

English courses for teens and kids from 6 to 18 years in the summer and other school holidays in 2016. Language travel programs combine learning with fun activities in Cambridge, England UK.

Overall rating of listed schools in Cambridge:
4.0/5.0 (123 reviews)
School Size:
Lessons per week: 20
Max. students per class: 15
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Minimum age of students: 13 years
Average number of levels (Junior courses): 5 (in summer) - 5 (throughout the year)
Average number of students: 250 (in summer)

Comments:
Includes: weekday lunches (hot and cold) and supervised activity programme (per week):
- 5 half-day
- 4 evening
- 1 full day (excluding departure week)

Not included: Travel pass approx £16 per week, required for activities (subject to change).
School Size:
Lessons per week: 20
Max. students per class: 15
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Minimum age of students: 13 years
Average number of levels (Junior courses): 5 (in summer) - 5 (throughout the year)
Average number of students: 250 (in summer)

Comments:
It includes: supervised activity programme, end of course certificate and welcome pack.
School Size:
Lessons per week: 20
Max. students per class: 15
Required language level: Beginner (A1) - No previous knowledge required
Minimum age of students: 13 years
Average number of levels (Junior courses): 5 (in summer) - 5 (throughout the year)
Average number of students: 250 (in summer)

Comments:
It includes: supervised activity programme, end of course certificate and welcome pack.
School Size:
Lessons per week: 20
Max. students per class: 16
Required language level: Elementary (A2)
Minimum age of students: 12 years
Average number of levels (Junior courses): 16 (in summer) - 12 (throughout the year)
Average number of students: 100 (in summer) - 30 (throughout the year)

Comments:
The social programme takes full advantage of all the city has to offer, from the world famous museums and botanical gardens of the University to laser quest and cinema.
A packed lunch will be provided for day trips.
To ensure student welfare there is a 10 p.m. curfew for all students whether in residence or homestay.
Valuables such as passports and airline tickets can be left with the centre manager on the first day for safekeeping.
Medical insurance is included in the price.

Airport transfer (one way):
Heathrow: 145 GBP
Gatwick: 170 GBP.

Map with location of English schools in Cambridge

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