“A different kind of summer school programme!”
•  A summer programme designed for ambitious students who want a head start in
preparing for university applications and f...
The Kingdom Education Programmes
United Kingdom USACountry
High School: 14-16, or 16-18
University: 18+
High School: 15-18...
The UK Programme
1. The Oxford/Cambridge
2. Academic Programme
3. University Preparation
4. Cultural Learning Programme
5....
Real Oxford Cambridge Experience
- A premium program, a high-end experience
- Designed to provide students with the best
p...
Academic Programme
•  Designed to provide students with a detailed
review and introduction to subjects they will
study at ...
English Language Programmes
•  Choices from i) IELTS preparation, or ii)
English for Academic Purposes (EAP), or iii)
Hist...
Detailed reviews and seminars on:
-  UK application system
-  How to write effective personal
statements
-  Practice inter...
Cultural Learning Program
Selections from the following
London
•  Houses of Parliament
•  Westminster Abbey
•  Big Ben
•  ...
Life Skills and Etiquette Classes
•  Designed to provide students with the life
skills and experiences they will need to b...
Traditional Boarding School Experience
Housemaster / Welfare Officer
•  From leading English boarding schools to
supervise...
Sports and Activities
Providing a healthy balance between study and leisure
time that allows students to relax, unwind, an...
University Visits
(Selections from the following)
•  St. Andrews
•  Edinburgh
•  Aberdeen
Scotland
•  York
•  Durham
•  Ne...
The UK Experience
3-week programmes*
A
Pathways to
Success
B1 Applying for university in the UK or
B2 Applying for a job (...
Kingdom Education Group
TIMETABLE:	
  OX1-­‐YK1	
  (16-­‐18s:	
  July	
  3	
  -­‐	
  July	
  17,	
  2014)	
  
WEEK	
  1	
 ...
UK
2014 Dates and Prices
British Accreditation Council
The British Accreditation Council (BAC) is
the UK’s oldest national independent
accrediting ...
Summary
•  An amazing academic adventure
•  The real Oxford/Cambridge experience
•  A full programme of university prepara...
The American Experience
Harvard
Yale
MIT
Columbia
Princeton
Upenn
Amherst
Stanford
Caltech
UC Berkely
UCLA
USC
Occidental
...
West Coast
• 2 weeks – San Francisco
• 3 weeks – San Francisco + Los Angeles
East Coast
• 2 weeks – Amherst
• 3 weeks – Am...
The USA Experience
3-week programmes*
F
Pathways to
Success
G1 Applying for university in the USA or
G2 Applying for a job...
West Coast – San Francisco
The City
•  Union Square
•  Chinatown
•  Golden Gate Bridge
•  Fisherman’s Wharf
•  Crooked Str...
West Coast – Los Angeles
The City
•  Beverly Hills
•  Rodeo Drive
•  Hollywood
•  Santa Monica Beach
Excursions
•  Disneyl...
East Coast – Amherst
(for Boston and New York)
The Cities
•  Boston
•  New York
•  New Haven
•  Providence
•  Amherst
High...
East Coast – Washington DC
The Cities
•  Philadelphia
•  Washington DC
•  Charlottesville
Excursions
•  Washington DC
•  V...
USA 2014 Dates
New Zealand – Dec, 2014 – Feb, 2015
The Cities
•  Auckland
•  Wellington
•  Christchurch
•  Dunedin
Excursions
•  Rotorua
...
Australia – Dec, 2014 – Feb, 2015
The Cities
•  Brisbane
•  Sydney
•  Canberra
•  Melbourne
The
Universities
•  University...
9107 Wilshire Blvd
Suite 450
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
USA
Tel: +1 310 746 9626
Fax: +1 310 734 1558
USA
Wellington House
Ea...
Cambridge * Beverly Hills * Shanghai * Taipei * Kuala Lumpur
info@kgdm.org
Please note these courses are independent of th...
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  1. 1. “A different kind of summer school programme!”
  2. 2. •  A summer programme designed for ambitious students who want a head start in preparing for university applications and for life as young adults. •  For students seeking to experience real campus life at some of the most famous and prestigious universities in the UK, the USA, Australia and New Zealand. •  Introduction to university academic subjects that students may major in at university. •  Professional preparation for university applications and interviews. •  Tours and meetings with the admissions directors of the top universities in each country to help enable students to decide which universities they should apply to. •  Strong cultural learning programme with visits to the major historical and tourist sites of each country. •  Gain overseas experience, exposure to western culture and familiarity with international etiquette to help students shine on the “international stage.” •  Approximately 300 students attended our Oxford Cambridge summer programmes last year from Hong Kong, Taiwan, China and Malaysia. This year we will be inviting additional students from Japan, Korea, Singapore, Thailand and Indonesia. Target Participants •  14-18 year old students interested in attending an overseas university or gaining overseas experience. Kingdom Education Group Programme Purpose and Target Participants
  3. 3. The Kingdom Education Programmes United Kingdom USACountry High School: 14-16, or 16-18 University: 18+ High School: 15-18 University: 18+ Age Group 3 weeks 2 weeks 3 weeks 2 weeks Length of Programme 3 weeks: Oxford + St. Andrews + York 2 weeks: Oxford + York 2 weeks: Oxford 2 weeks: Cambridge 3 weeks: East Coast 3 weeks: West Coast 2 weeks: East Coast 2 weeks: West Coast Centres July – August £2,450 – £3,750 July – August $3,800 – $6,400 Dates and Prices
  4. 4. The UK Programme 1. The Oxford/Cambridge 2. Academic Programme 3. University Preparation 4. Cultural Learning Programme 5. Life Skills & Etiquette Classes 6. Traditional Boarding School Experience 7. Sports & Activities 8. University Tours
  5. 5. Real Oxford Cambridge Experience - A premium program, a high-end experience - Designed to provide students with the best preparation for a) university, and b) life as young adults - Students live and study in the same historic classrooms, dining rooms, and accommodation facilities as full-time Oxford or Cambridge students - Queen’s College (Oxford) - founded in 1341 - Clare College (Cambridge) - founded in 1326 - St Andrews University - founded in 1410 - York University -founded in 1968
  6. 6. Academic Programme •  Designed to provide students with a detailed review and introduction to subjects they will study at university. •  To provide students with content to write about in their application forms and content to discuss in their interviews. 1.  Engineering and Technology 2.  Economics and Business 3.  Law 4.  Medicine 5.  Politics and International Relations
  7. 7. English Language Programmes •  Choices from i) IELTS preparation, or ii) English for Academic Purposes (EAP), or iii) History and Cultural Learning classes. •  Fully qualified and experienced teachers •  Intensive training •  Focused on Speaking and Listening •  Maximum class size 15 students & small tutorial classes of 5-6 students •  Two levels of classes: Intermediate and Advanced
  8. 8. Detailed reviews and seminars on: -  UK application system -  How to write effective personal statements -  Practice interviews -  Student Mentors: current Oxford and Cambridge students assigned to each student to provide personal guidance and assistance. University Preparation
  9. 9. Cultural Learning Program Selections from the following London •  Houses of Parliament •  Westminster Abbey •  Big Ben •  City of London •  Piccadilly Circus Central England •  Photo tour of Oxford •  Photo tour of Cambridge •  Warwick Castle •  Stratford-upon-Avon Northern England •  Photo tour of York •  Durham Cathedral •  Manchester United FC Scotland •  Photo tour of St. Andrews •  Photo tour of Edinburgh •  Edinburgh Castle •  Scottish Parliament •  The Scottish Highlands •  Aberdeen •  Cultural visits to provide students with a deeper understanding of British history, tradition, and culture. •  Supplemented with classroom work to educate and fully explain the historical and cultural significance of each location.
  10. 10. Life Skills and Etiquette Classes •  Designed to provide students with the life skills and experiences they will need to be successful both inside and outside the classroom. •  Public speaking, debating, writing, critical thinking and presentation skills. •  Formal dinners with full silver service served by waiters. •  Formal etiquette training on table manners and how to correctly handle and use the silver cutlery. •  Held within the medieval dining halls of Oxford/Cambridge – a Harry Potter like experience!
  11. 11. Traditional Boarding School Experience Housemaster / Welfare Officer •  From leading English boarding schools to supervise and manage the accommodation and activities programs •  In coordination with the Centre Managers and Directors of Studies, responsible for each student’s progress, safety, personal welfare, and social wellbeing in each house or dormitory. •  Enforces discipline and helps ensure students attend all classes and completes all homework assignments. •  On call 24 hours a day.
  12. 12. Sports and Activities Providing a healthy balance between study and leisure time that allows students to relax, unwind, and to learn more about British culture. Full daily program of sports activities and games. -  Introduction to traditional English sports and games -  Touch Rugby, Cricket, Football, Rowing, Punting, Croquet -  Introduction to the basic rules, language and vocabulary of each sport. -  Movie night, Quiz night, and singing competitions.
  13. 13. University Visits (Selections from the following) •  St. Andrews •  Edinburgh •  Aberdeen Scotland •  York •  Durham •  Newcastle •  Manchester Northern England •  London School of Economics •  University College London •  Imperial College •  City University •  King’s College London •  Oxford •  Cambridge •  Warwick •  Nottingham •  Loughborough Central England
  14. 14. The UK Experience 3-week programmes* A Pathways to Success B1 Applying for university in the UK or B2 Applying for a job (18+ only)B Skills for Learning, Skills for Living * •  Time management, critical thinking verbal reasoning, creativity workshop •  Leadership skills, public speaking, debating, culture & cultural differences •  Appreciating classical music, enjoying an art gallery or a museum C D Special Features •  University or company visits (with preparatory seminars) •  Oxbridge-style tutorials •  Daily news review •  Formal dinners, afternoon teas, and etiquette classes •  Sports activities (e.g., golf, punting, cricket, croquet, football) E ESL Language or Culture A1 IELTS practice (listening and speaking) or A2 English for Academic Purposes (EAP) or A3 The Country and the Culture Academic Preparation D1 Economics and business studies or D2 Engineering and technology or D3 Law or D4 Medicine or D5 Politics and international relations * 2-week programmes exclude Module C
  15. 15. Kingdom Education Group TIMETABLE:  OX1-­‐YK1  (16-­‐18s:  July  3  -­‐  July  17,  2014)   WEEK  1      OXFORD   Morning   AHernoon   Evening       Date   0700-­‐07 30   0730-­‐0830   0830-­‐09 00   0900-­‐09 30     Break   0945-­‐1045   Break   1100-­‐1200   1200-­‐12 30   1230-­‐1330   1330-­‐1430       Break   1445-­‐1545   Break   1600-­‐1800   1800-­‐1900   1900-­‐2030   2030-­‐2200   Thursday   3-­‐Jul   Arrival  into  UK  and  transfer  to  Oxford  -­‐  orienta4on  in  Oxford   Seminar  on   Oxford   Welcome  dinner  at   Florey   Team-­‐building     Se4ling  in   Friday   4-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast  at  Queen's   Induc;on         News   review   Mod.  A       Module  A   Tutorials   2  x  5  sts   Free  for  lunch   UK  higher   educa;on       Applica;on   process/UCAS         *Sports/ac4vi4es   Dinner  at  Queen's   Module  A   Homework/free  ;me   Saturday   5-­‐Jul   Lie  in!   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast  at   Florey     Tour   prep     Oxford  photo  tour   Tutorials   2  x  5  sts   Free  for  lunch   News   review   Mod.  A       Module  A       Dining  and  e4queMe,  and   aOernoon  tea   Prac;se  personal   statements   Light  take-­‐ away       Review  personal   statements   Homework/free  ;me   Sunday   6-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast  at  Florey     News   review   Mod.  A       Module  A       Module  A   Tutorials   2  x  5  sts   Free  for  lunch   Visit  to  Ashmolean  Museum   Module  A   Dinner  at  Queen's   (prac4ce  for  formal)   Seminar  on  London   and  its  universi;es     Homework/free  ;me   Monday   7-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast  at  Queen's   Full-­‐day  excursion  to  London  (City  of  London  and  universi4es)     Dinner  in  Oxford   The  interview   Free  ;me   Tuesday   8-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast  at  Queen's   News   review   Mod.  A   Module  A   Module  A   Tutorials   2  x  5  sts   Free  for  lunch   First  interviews       *Sports/ac4vi4es   Dinner  at  Queen's   Second  interviews   Free  ;me   Wednesday   9-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast  at  Queen's   Full-­‐day  excursion  to  London  (Westminster  and  universi4es)   Dinner  in  Oxford   Warwick   No4.   Packing   WEEK  2        YORK   Morning   AHernoon   Evening       Date   0700-­‐07 30   0730-­‐0830   0830-­‐09 00   0900-­‐09 30     Break   0945-­‐1045   Break   1100-­‐1200   1200-­‐1300   1300-­‐   1330   1330-­‐1430       Break   1445-­‐1545   Break   1600-­‐1800   1800-­‐1900   1900-­‐2030   2030-­‐2200   Thursday   10-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast  at  Queen's   Transfer  to  York  via  Warwick  and  NoXngham   Welcome  dinner  in   York   York  induc4on,  campus   tour   SeMling  in   Friday   11-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast     News   review   Mod.  D       Module  D       Module  D   Lunch   Tutorials   2  x  5  sts   Module  D       Module  D       *Sports/ac4vi4es   Dinner   Cultural  performance/prepare   presenta4ons   Homework/free  4me   Saturday   12-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast     News   review   Mod.  D       Module  D       Module  D   Lunch   Tutorials   2  x  5  sts   Intro  to  York   York  photo  tour   Dinner   Prac4se  presenta4ons   Homework/free  4me   Sunday   13-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast     News   review   Mod.  D       Module  D       Module  D   Lunch   Tutorials   2  x  5  sts   Module  D       Module  D       *Sports/ac4vi4es   Dinner    Durham  and   Newcastle     Homework/free  4me   Monday   14-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast     Full-­‐day  excursion  to  Durham  and  Newcastle   Dinner   Film  night   Tuesday   15-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast     News   review   Mod.  D       Module  D       Module  D   Lunch   Tutorials  2  x   5  sts   Presenta4on  on   York  University       Prac4se   presenta4ons       *Sports/ac4vi4es   GeXng  dressed  up   Formal  dinner   Homework/free  4me   Wednesday   16-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast     News   review   Mod.  D       Module  D       Module  D   Lunch   Prac4se   presenta4ons   Free  4me  for  shopping   Dinner   Presenta4ons  and  farewells   Thursday   17-­‐Jul   Wake-­‐up   call   Breakfast     Departures  
  16. 16. UK 2014 Dates and Prices
  17. 17. British Accreditation Council The British Accreditation Council (BAC) is the UK’s oldest national independent accrediting body. The BAC is recognised by the British Government for international students entering the United Kingdom on student visitor visas. The BAC is a leading mark of education quality, which is used by students and parents as a guarantee of the highest standards. Kingdom Education was accredited by the BAC in 2013.
  18. 18. Summary •  An amazing academic adventure •  The real Oxford/Cambridge experience •  A full programme of university preparation classes and organized activities •  Small staff-to-student ratio with experienced tutors and personal mentors •  Students will have memories and form new friendships that will last a lifetime Kingdom Education Group
  19. 19. The American Experience Harvard Yale MIT Columbia Princeton Upenn Amherst Stanford Caltech UC Berkely UCLA USC Occidental Amherst Boston New York New Haven Philadelphia Washington DC Virginia San Francisco Los Angeles Wall Street Times Square Statute of Liberty White House Lincoln Memorial Smithsonian Museum Hollywood Beverly Hills Santa Monica Universal Studios Disneyland
  20. 20. West Coast • 2 weeks – San Francisco • 3 weeks – San Francisco + Los Angeles East Coast • 2 weeks – Amherst • 3 weeks – Amherst + Washington DC Kingdom Education Group 2014 – USA Summer Programme * Amherst – for Boston and New York
  21. 21. The USA Experience 3-week programmes* F Pathways to Success G1 Applying for university in the USA or G2 Applying for a job (18+ only)G EFL or Skills for Learning, Skills for Living * H1 TOEFL or H2 Time management, critical thinking verbal reasoning, creativity workshop Leadership skills, public speaking, debating, culture & cultural differences Appreciating classical music, enjoying an art gallery or a museum H J Special Features •  University or company visits (with preparatory seminars) •  Daily news review •  Formal dinners, etiquette classes and BBQs •  Sports activities (e.g., beach volleyball, baseball, basketball, ultimate Frisbee) L Entrance tests for college or culture F1 Introduction to SATs and ACT or F2 SAT – advanced level or F3 ACT – advanced level F4 Studying at an American university (18+ only) or F5 The Country and the Culture (18+ only) Academic Preparation J1 Introduction to a broad selection of academic subjects * 2-week programmes exclude Module H “The Impact of America” Seminars •  San Francisco: Technology and Silicon Valley •  Los Angeles: Hollywood •  Amherst: Wall Street •  Washington DC: Government and politics K
  22. 22. West Coast – San Francisco The City •  Union Square •  Chinatown •  Golden Gate Bridge •  Fisherman’s Wharf •  Crooked Street •  Postcard Row The Universities •  Stanford •  University of San Francisco •  UC Berkeley •  UC Davis •  St Mary’s College Silicon Valley Company Visits •  Facebook •  Google •  Yahoo •  Apple •  Y Combinator
  23. 23. West Coast – Los Angeles The City •  Beverly Hills •  Rodeo Drive •  Hollywood •  Santa Monica Beach Excursions •  Disneyland •  Universal Studios •  Venice Beach •  Santa Monica Pier •  Getty Museum The Universities •  Cal Tech •  UCLA •  USC •  Occidental College
  24. 24. East Coast – Amherst (for Boston and New York) The Cities •  Boston •  New York •  New Haven •  Providence •  Amherst Highlights •  Wall Street, New York Stock Exchange •  Times Square •  Statute of Liberty •  Empire State Building •  Central Park •  Rockefeller Plaza The Universities •  Harvard •  MIT •  Yale •  Columbia •  Brown •  Amherst College •  University of Massachusetts
  25. 25. East Coast – Washington DC The Cities •  Philadelphia •  Washington DC •  Charlottesville Excursions •  Washington DC •  Virginia The Universities •  Princeton •  University of Pennsylvania •  Georgetown •  University of Virginia •  University of Richmond •  Marymount University
  26. 26. USA 2014 Dates
  27. 27. New Zealand – Dec, 2014 – Feb, 2015 The Cities •  Auckland •  Wellington •  Christchurch •  Dunedin Excursions •  Rotorua •  Queenstown The Universities •  Auckland •  Massey •  Victoria •  Canterbury •  Otago
  28. 28. Australia – Dec, 2014 – Feb, 2015 The Cities •  Brisbane •  Sydney •  Canberra •  Melbourne The Universities •  University of Queensland •  Sydney University •  University of New South Wales •  Australian National University •  University of Melbourne •  Monash University
  29. 29. 9107 Wilshire Blvd Suite 450 Beverly Hills, CA 90210 USA Tel: +1 310 746 9626 Fax: +1 310 734 1558 USA Wellington House East Road Cambridge, CB1 1BH England Tel: +44 1223 451 012 Fax: +44 1223 451 100 UK 777 Changzhi Road East Suite B405, Lizheng Tower 1 Shanghai, 200080 China Tel: +8621 6393 7088 Fax: +8621 6393 1893 Shanghai Taipei World Trade Center Suite 5B-09, No. 5 Hsinyi Road Section 5, Taipei, 110 Taiwan Tel: +8862 2723 3711 Fax: +8862 2883 5168 Taipei Offices
  30. 30. Cambridge * Beverly Hills * Shanghai * Taipei * Kuala Lumpur info@kgdm.org Please note these courses are independent of the Oxford, Cambridge and other universities in this presentation. These courses are organized and managed by Kingdom Education Group (UK) Limited

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