Young Professionals UK – Computer Science
Introduction to future careers in computer programming
13-16, 16-18 year-olds
Young Professionals UK’s Computer Science stream teaches students how to solve problems efficiently, think algorithmically, and learn how to develop a programming project. It is suitable for both beginner and intermediate computer programmers.
2 days inc. Study-in-Action
B1 (lower intermediate)
Oxford & Cambridge Advanced Studies Program
University-level subjects in a campus environment
English language summer camp with additional coding workshops
English language summer camp
Young Professionals requires an intermediate level of English (B1)
The age range for students on Young Professionals is 13-18
Ideal for students interested in pursuing a career in the technology industry. In maximum classes of 11, students receive a combination of classroom theory-based teaching, as well as practical sessions. Each week, students go on a ‘Study-in-Action’ excursion, to a destination related to their chosen career.
Off-site activities include ‘excursions’ and ‘study-in-action days’.
Excursions are a relaxed way for students to visit famous landmarks and attractions with the whole group.
Study-in-action days have a larger academic element, as students visit destinations within that provide real-life experiences relating to their chosen subject area.
Sample Study-in-Action, Excursions & Activities
Natural History Museum London
Google UK headquarters
The Cube (game)
|Wednesday||Intro to Subject Theory | Subject Theory 2||Excursion||Project Introduction|
|Thursday||Study In Action Excursion||Study In Action Excursion||Film Night|
|Friday||Subject Theory 3 | Subject Theory 4||Project Preparation 1 | Subject Practical 1||Activity|
|Sunday||Subject Theory 5 | Subject Theory 6||Project Preparation 2 | Subject Practical 2||Project Presentations|
|Monday||Subject Practical 3 | Subject Practical 4||Skills Elective 1 | Skills Elective 2||Activity | Graduation|
Dates & Fees
|Length of Stay||Location||Age Range||Dates||Price Per Week|
|2 to 5 week courses available||d'Overbroeck's||13-16||7 July - 4 August||£1,700|
|2 to 5 week courses available||d'Overbroeck's||16-18||7 July - 4 August||£1,700|
Every Bucksmore location has a residential management team, and a minimum staff-student ratio of 1:7. There is always a trained first aider on-site, and students are supervised 24 hours a day.
Bucksmore offers a complimentary airport transfer service on transfer days for flights arriving/departing between 10:00 and 20:00. We can also provide an Unaccompanied Minor service for pick-up and drop-off. Students are looked after from when they land to when their flight departs.
Each location has a Centre Manager, Activity Manager and Director of Studies available for all students to approach with any problems. Bucksmore Counsellors are more than just teachers; they provide a high level of care and guidance for all students. All staff are background checked.
High staff to student ratios ensure all students are looked after. Bucksmore summer schools strive to create a warm and welcoming “family atmosphere” where all students and Counsellors know each other well.