About the Immerse Architecture Summer School
Did you know that Architecture is a discipline that is seldom explored in typical high schools? Yet Architecture is a fascinating art at the intersection of design and engineering which has a direct impact on the environments in which we live. Our Architecture Summer Schools will allow you to explore different architectural styles in addition to developing key technical drawing skills.
You will reside in historic and prestigious university locations, and will be able to explore the amazing surroundings with your new-found friends from all over the world! Not only that, you will learn directly in small groups from leading Architecture tutors from world-leading universities, and become inspired and knowledgeable about the field of Architecture. You will also learn about the different career paths and subfields that Architects can explore.
Are you looking for an inspirational Architecture summer course that will provide you an edge to your understanding of Architecture? Look no further than our Architecture summer schools below.
Cambridge Architecture Summer School for 13-15 year olds
The Architecture Summer School for 13-15 year olds is the ideal introduction if you are interested in the world of Architecture. The programme is a perfect fit if you are fascinated by design, buildings and societies. Combining both artistic and technical interests, the topics explored will provide a taste of key concepts related to the study of Architecture and will develop your skills through hands-on practicals.View Details
Cambridge Architecture Summer School for 16-18 year olds
The Architecture Summer School for 16-18 year olds will provide you with an exciting and unparalleled insight into university-level Architecture. The programme is interactive and project-based, where you will live and study in the inspirational architecturally significant colleges of Cambridge University. You’ll explore the history and trends behind modern architecture with expert tutors and alongside other motivated students from all over the world.View Details
Locations We Offer
Don’t just learn about Architecture, immerse yourself in inspiration and architecturally significant locations. As you learn from tutors from world-class universities, you will also be able to apply the theory that you’re learning in the classroom through hands-on practicals that focus on the inspirational buildings you’re living and learning in.
Wander historic streets filled with classical architecture, but also peer behind these stone walls to reveal modern architectural projects. Our Architecture programmes take place in colleges of Cambridge University, renown for their history and magnificent architecture.
Our Architecture TutorsOur Architecture tutors are passionate about how the field has developed and are at the forefront of modern Architectural practice and research. Gain the skills and experience you need to excel with a unique, unparalleled learning experience. Each week, you’ll be able to collaborate with leading academics mirroring the teaching method of the iconic, world-renowned and most respected educational establishments in the UK. As current and past alumni of top universities, they’re highly specialised, recognised and knowledgeable in their chosen fields and can transfer their academic wisdom to you through interactive learning, independent study, seminars, and tutorials, depending on your age group.
OUR ARCHITECTURE TUTORS
Jack completed his undergraduate at the Bartlett School of Architecture at University College London (UCL) in 2014, receiving the Henry Bartlett Scholarship in his final year for his design work on architecture and antibiotic resistance. After being recruited by Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, Jack worked on a new terminal for Geneva Airport before taking a second year-out to work with ARUP engineering on a transport-hub in Riyadh. In 2016, Jack began his masters at the University of Cambridge. His MPhil work on neurodegeneration and urban architecture was exhibited at the London Festival Architecture and was additionally awarded the RIBA Wren Scholarship. In 2018, he was appointed a Winston Churchill Fellow and is currently continuing his research on neurodegeneration in collaboration with the British Council. In addition to his research, Jack is regularly invited as a guest critic at UCL, and runs design workshops for undergraduates at the University of Cambridge.