Considering studying abroad? Consider one of the summer study abroad programs, like the Pembroke-King’s Programme (PKP) at the University of Cambridge during summer 2013.
The Pembroke-King’s Programme (PKP) at Cambridge is a high-caliber, academically rigorous program that draws talented students from around the globe.
PKP offers c.50 courses in writing, science, business and management, history, English literature and linguistics, law, education, philosophy, architecture, art, film and international relations. Detailed course outlines and instructor biographies can be found on our website http://www.pem.cam.ac.uk/ip/pkp/academic/clusters/. In addition, students have the opportunity to undertake guided research one-to-one with a resident expert in a subject area of their choice in the form of a Cambridge-style supervision.
Applicants are eligible to apply for one of four PKP summer scholarships awarded annually by Pembroke College. In 2010, two students from UC San Diego both won scholarships, and one has recently been offered a PhD place at Cambridge. UC students also benefit from a Pembroke bursary fund enabling them to undertake the Cambridge supervision free of charge.