With Immerse I got to meet and learn from ambitious people from all over the world
With the computer science that I in part learned at Immerse I have now created multiple digital services and companies. Among others the service Catchergames.com, a team building game which has now been used by thousands of students and has helped them develop more of a community at their University, high school or summer camp.
With Immerse I got to meet and learn from ambitious people from all over the world and I now hope to bring my services to even more people.
Erik Enger Karlson
Attended Immerse in 2017. Since his time on the Computer Science programme he has built a number of successful businesses, among them Catcher Games.
In June 2014, in search of an academic summer programme that pushed me but also gave me an opportunity to explore Cambridge, I stumbled across Immerse.
I came with so many questions: Do I want to study International Relations or Law? What about International Relations do I find interesting? After those 2 weeks, I left with a much clearer vision of what my future could look like.
I returned to Immerse – this time as a mentor
In June 2014, in search of an academic summer programme that pushed…
Ore Ogunbiyi attended Immerse
The most inspirational thing about studying with Immerse was being taken seriously by our tutors and having interesting discussions with them – being seen as a student instead of as a high school kid. On the back of my experience, I have begun studying a bachelor of Liberal Arts and Sciences (with a focus on psychology and neuroscience) in Maastricht, and travelled to Australia to do a semester abroad in Sydney. Soon I will return to the Netherlands, write my final thesis and hopefully graduate from my bachelor with a view to starting a Master’s degree.
Overall, studying with Immerse was a really fun experience in which I met a lot of new people, learned many interesting things and participated in a lot of cool activities. I would love to go back to Cambridge again, as it is a really beautiful and fun city. Furthermore, I am now probably more likely to start a conversation with new people, I have definitely become less shy.
I would love to go back to Cambridge again
The most inspirational thing about studying with Immerse was being …
Attended the Immerse International Relations programme in 2016.