Sustainability & Environmentalism
Sustainability & Environmentalism Summer School near London
As the planet progresses further into the 21st century, the topic of sustainability becomes more and more prioritised. In a time of rapid population growth, noticeable climate change and emerging technologies, it is today’s young people who will inherit the future, and take charge of the direction in which planet Earth is heading.
This programme will help you understand the challenges that mankind is facing, as well as the opportunities that will help transform the global economy into a sustainable and future-minded model.
The key question this programme asks is ‘how do ambitious young people prepare for careers that don’t exist yet?’.
How would you describe a social media manager, VR developer or big data analyst to someone 10 years ago?
The Future Insights programme focuses on forward-thinking content that helps students develop well-rounded skills, whilst looking at potential careers available to them in 10 years time and beyond.
The course also puts huge emphasis on practical learning. Participants will be exposed to emerging technologies, and will gain hands-on experience learning how they work, including:
Building robotic vehicles
Exploring virtual reality
Racing sustainable vehicles
Really wonderful experience – I met new people from all over the world, learnt about new cultures and most importantly learnt more about my chosen subject in the best way possible.
Work hard, play hard.
The Future Insights timetable includes four excursions:
Work hard, play hard.
Live and study in
Royal Hospital School
Boarding school near London
Future Insights takes place at a prestigious boarding school situated in 200 acres of countryside in the south east of England, near London.
With historic links to the Royal Family and the British Royal Navy, the Royal Hospital School provides a perfect setting for students wanting develop confidence, ambition and integrity.
Royal Hospital School boasts incredible on-site facilities, including expansive playing fields, all-weather pitches, climbing walls, swimming pool, tennis courts, squash courts, horse riding facilities and even its own golf course!
Students are housed in separate male and female dormitories in a combination of single, twin and triple bedrooms. Participants live in boarding houses that have their own student common areas with pool tables, table tennis, sofas, televisions and more.
Pastoral care and safety
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The safety and well-being of our participants is our number one priority, and all staff undergo enhanced background checks and receive thorough safeguarding training before interacting with any students.
For more information, please visit our Pastoral Information page.
Meet Immerse's mentors and
Eliza's infectious enthusiasm - from the academic sessions to the talent show -means that she's a firm favourite amongst Immerse students.
Dylan has been both an Immerse Mentor and a College Manager twice! He's known for going the extra mile to make the Immerse experience exceptional.
Ore participated in Immerse as a student before joining the team whilst studying at Cambridge, relating her Immerse experience to new students.
Maia is a Cambridge University Theology student who participated in the Immerse Philosophy programme.
Murray is an enthusiastic Medicine student at Cambridge University, who is always eager to help Immerse students make the best of their experience.
Olivia studies Medicine at Cambridge and has a knack for making friends with each of her mentor 'family' - creating a home away from home.
Immerse™ Sustainability & Environmentalism Sample Modules
Module 1 - GlobalisationOver the last 50 years, the planet has seen unprecedented growth and globalisation, as the world becomes increasingly interconnected through a rise in trade, travel and technological advancement. What are the advantages and disadvantages of such rapid change to our planet? Do the positives outweigh the negatives in the long-term, and is this rate of growth sustainable?
Module 2 - Eco-ActivismIn this class, you will discuss whether it is possible for environmental activism to push boundaries too far. Do protesters, campaign groups and charities run the risk of being perceived as threatening, which in turn becomes counter intuitive to their cause? Are there approaches to eco-activism that hinder progress rather than help?
Module 3 - Competitive Advantage And InnovationYou w ill explore the components, processes, and objectives of management practice. Examine how policies, practices, and systems influence employee behavior, attitudes, and performance, and the subsequent managerial tools that can be deployed. You w ill also be introduced to case studies as a method for testing management. You w ill explore the components, processes, and objectives of management practice. Examine how policies, practices.
Module 4 - Emerging TechnologiesAs renewable energy, carbon-free transport and more effective greenhouse gas emissions management become more and more widespread - what is next? What new technological advances are around the corner that will help transform the world’s conventional lineal economy to become a circular economy,
Module 5 - End-of-Course CompetitionOver the last two days of the Future Insights programme, students from each discipline will join together to form teams to compete against each other. Participants from the business, sustainability, STEM and media programmes will use their combined knowledge to take part in a school-wide competition whereby teams have to pitch to host the world’s first ever sustainable Olympics. This is a perfect setting for students to put their new-found knowledge into practice, whilst working in teams to achieve a common goal and compete for the grand prize.
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4th July 2021 – 17th July 2021
18th July 2021 – 31st July 2021