Fitzwilliam College is a large and peaceful site 15 minutes walk away from the centre of the city. The college was built in the grounds of The Grove, a Regency era house that once belonged to the Darwin family and was lived in by Charles Darwin’s wife, Emma, following her husband’s death. The house is now pat of the college and has plenty of grassy areas where students can relax between lessons and Electives during this Cambridge summer school.
The College has a great range of on-site facilities including squash courts and the playing fields are only a short walk away. There are also large classrooms and recreation halls for theatre and indoor activities.
Fitzwilliam College is a short, 15 minute walk up Castle Hill from the city centre. It is a fantastic location for a Cambridge summer school and an inspiring location for creative Bucksmore Choice students.
Accommodation: 50 single rooms. Separate male and female accommodation. Meals: All meals are included. Packed lunches on excursion days Facilities: Modern auditorium. Squash court. Nearby playing fields with tennis courts. Porters' Lodge manned 24 hours a day. Internet: All students have e-mail access on a daily basis. For a small additional fee, students can have internet access in their rooms. Arrivals & Departures: Personal meet and greet service from Stansted, Luton, Heathrow and Gatwick airports. Arrival days are on Tuesdays. Laundry: Coin operated washing and drying machines on college premises Possible excursions: London. Stratford Upon Avon. Warwick Castle. Canterbury. Leeds Castle. Oxford. Ely/Ely cathedral. Thorpe park. Official website: http://www.fitz.cam.ac.uk/ (opens in new tab/window)
Programmes at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge University
Bucksmore Choice is a bespoke English summer school for older teenagers, combining English Language tuition with Visual and Performing Arts. Afternoon Electives are chosen in advance by students and are taught by experts. The Elective…