Summer Schools

Project International is an established provider of International Summer Schools in the UK and has attracted students from all over the world.

Our aim is to provide an experience that is:

  • Educational
  • Recreational
  • Social
  • Cultural

We want to fill these experiences with happy memories where new international friendships are formed and fostered.

We ensure that the students are occupied morning, afternoon and evening. There is constantly something new to try and experience and our emphasis is always on fun and all-round enjoyment. We have found over the years this makes for a truly memorable programme.

More information on our summer schools for 2023 can be found below.

BETHANY SCHOOL, GOUDHURST

Age Range: 10-17 years, boys & girls

Dates: 8th July – 5th August

Changeover Day: Saturday

Recommended Airports: Stanstead, Heathrow, Gatwick

Address of School: Bethany School, Curtisden Green, Goudhurst, Kent, TN17 1LB

CENTRE FACTS

Founded by the Reverend Joseph Kendon in 1866, Bethany is a co-educational day and boarding school set on a rural campus in the heart of the stunning Kent countryside. Occupying some 60 acres of the Weald, Bethany has a truly enviable site.

Bethany is situated about 1 hour south of London between Tunbridge Wells and Ashford and is easily accessible from all the London airports.

Accommodation:

Accommodation in the school is split across 5 boarding houses. Rooms vary but range from singles to rooms of 5 beds. All boarding houses are well furnished with kitchens and large common room areas.

English plus:

Horse Riding, Tennis, Drama, English and Dance.

Half Day: Canterbury, Hastings, Rye
Full Day: Cambridge, London, Greenwich, Brighton.

Half Day: Hever Castle, Kent Life
Full Day: Brighton (Pavilion)


Christ College, Brecon

Age Range: 12-17 years, boys & girls

Dates: 9th – 23rd July

Changeover Day: Sunday

Recommended Airports: Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham

Address of School: Christ College, Brecon, Powys, LD3 8AF.

CENTRE FACTS

Christ College is situated very close (a 2 minute walk) to the centre of the market town of Brecon, in the heart of South Wales. The majority of the school buildings are set around 2 “quads” with generous sports fields adjoining the campus. Facilities include a heated swimming pool, tennis courts & modern sports hall.

The school was founded by royal charter in 1541 and has a rich history. It is also set in a beautiful location with views of the Brecon Beacons and Usk valley making it a picturesque campus. The school is less than an hour from Cardiff and Bristol and has easy access to the M4 motorway.

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation is provided in the school boarding houses, which are centrally located on campus. There is a mixture of singles, doubles & triples as well as some larger rooms which are ideal for the younger students. All houses have ample toilet/shower facilities, as well as common room areas.

ENGLISH PLUS

Tennis, Basketball, Soccer

Half Day: The Big Pit Museum, Hereford, St Fagans
Full Day: Bristol, Cardiff, Bath.

Half Day: National Showcaves, Caerphilly Castle
Full Day: Birmingham, Aberystwyth, Bristol (@ Bristol)


King’s Bruton

Age Range: 10-17 years, boys & girls

Dates: 5th July – 2nd August

Changeover Day: Wednesday

Recommended Airports: Bristol, Heathrow

Address of School: The Plox, Bruton, Somerset, BA10 0ED

CENTRE FACTS

King’s School, Bruton was established in 1519. For much of it’s history, King’s was the preserve of a handful of young men receiving instruction in Latin and rhetoric. Today, however, King’s is a modern, co-educational boarding and day school There are links to London, Bath, Bristol, and Exeter by train from Bruton station only a 5 min walk from the school.

ACCOMMODATION

There are 3 boarding houses equipped with a common room, kitchen facilities and modern bedrooms. Rooms are single, twin, triple and quadruple.

ENGLISH PLUS

Tennis, Horse Riding, Golf, Yoga, Music, English and Dance.

Half day : Bath, Bristol, Salisbury, Wells
Full Day: Oxford, Cardiff, London, Windsor

Half Day: Yeovil, Longleat,
Full Day: Weymouth, Exeter


Cranbrook School

Age Range: 12-17, boys & girls

Dates: 16th July – 13th August

Changeover Day: Sunday

Recommended Airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted

Address of School: Cranbrook School, Cranbrook, Kent, TN17 3JD

CENTRE FACTS

The school is situated near to the centre of the town of Cranbrook, which is a pleasant market town in the heart of rural Kent. Founded in 1518 by John Blubery, it has developed into a thriving co-educational grammar school which serves over 700 students including over 200 boarders. The campus boasts some excellent facilities including an astroturf pitch, a state of the art theatre, swimming pool and sports hall.

Cranbrook is situated about 1 hour south of London between Tunbridge Wells and Ashford and is easily accessible from all the London airports as well as Ashord International Railway Station (for Eurostar services to Europe).

 ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation in the school is split across 6 boarding houses (Blubery, Scott, Rammell, Cornwallis, Crowden & School Lodge). Rooms vary but consist mainly of singles, doubles & triples. There are some larger rooms which are ideal for younger students. All boarding houses are well furnished with kitchens & large common room areas, and all have a warm & homely feel about them.

Note: we can now offer Homestay accommodation for students at Cranbrook School

ENGLISH PLUS

Tennis, English, Dance, Drama, Soccer

Half Day: Canterbury, Hastings
Full Day: London, Cambridge, Brighton, Greenwich

Half Day: Hever Castle, Kent Life
Full Day: Brighton (Pavilion), Windsor (Eton College)


Dover College

Age Range: 12-17

Dates: 9th July – 6th August

Changeover Day: Sunday

Recommended Airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted

Address of School: Effingham Crescent, Dover, Kent, CT17 9RH

CENTRE FACTS

Dover College is situated just outside the town centre of Dover, famous for its towering white chalk cliffs and medieval castle. Dover is located on the southeast tip of England, about 75 miles from London. The college itself is in the Old Town and is within a leisurely walk of both the town centre and the railway station. The college and the grounds have a lengthy and interesting history. The college itself was opened in 1871, however some of the buildings are far older and formed part of a Benedictine Priory, which in 1130 had been reconstituted from a collegiate church founded in 696.

 ACCOMMODATION

Each boarding houses is equipped with a TV room, games area and bedrooms which vary in size from single to rooms with 10 beds.

ENGLISH PLUS

English, Music, Horse Riding, Tennis, Dance, Drama, Sailing

Half day : Canterbury, Deal, Maidstone, Dover
Full Day: London, Brighton Greenwich

Half Day : Hever Castle, Leeds Castle
Full Day: Hastings, Wimbledon, Cambridge


THE DUKE OF YORK’S ROYAL MILITARY SCHOOL, KENT

Age Range: 11-17 years, boys & girls

Dates: 9th July – 6th August

Changeover Day: Saturday

Recommended Airports: Stanstead, Heathrow, Gatwick

Address of School: Duke of York’s Royal Military School, Dover, CT15 5EQ

CENTRE FACTS

The Duke of York’s Royal Military School was established in 1803. It was Britain’s first co-educational state-funded and state-administered school. Surrounded by 150 acres of countryside close to the stunning White Cliffs, the Duke of York’s Royal Military School had a £24.9 million refurbishment in 2014 which delivered a new sports centre, sports pitches, high-quality accommodation, teaching blocks and a performing arts centre. The core of the college is the academic building with modern and spacious classrooms and common rooms.

The school is situated just 2 miles from the centre of Dover, 1 mile from Dover Castle and 2 hours from Central London.

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation in the school is split across 3 boarding houses. Rooms vary but range from singles to triples as well as a few larger dorms. All boarding houses are well furnished with kitchens and large common room areas.

English PLUS

Horse Riding, Sailing and English

Half Day: Canterbury, Dover
Full Day: Cambridge, London, Brighton

Half Day: Hever Castle, Leeds Castle, Kent Life
Full Day: Windsor


Oswestry School

Age Range: 12-17, boys & girls

Dates: 2nd July – 30th July

Changeover Day: Sunday

Recommended Airports: Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, East Midlands

Address of School: Oswestry School, Upper Brook Street, Oswestry, Shropshire, SY11 2TL

CENTRE FACTS

Oswestry School is an independent, co-educational day and boarding school for pupils between the ages of 4 and 18.  Founded in 1407, it is one of the oldest non-denominational schools in England and stands on the edge of the attractive market town of Oswestry on the border of England and Wales.

It is set in 50 acres of its own grounds (with an indoor swimming pool and brand new astro courts) and boasts some of the most beautiful countryside in Britain on its doorstep.  Historical it may be, with many traditional virtues encouraged, but Oswestry is also a warm, caring and progressive school which constantly evolves with the times.

ACCOMMODATION

Accommodation is arranged over 4 houses (School House, Guinevere, Holbache and Spooner Cottage) and all of them provide very homely accommodation with lounge areas comprising TV, Kitchen and WiFi facilities throughout.  Bathroom facilities are plentiful.

All houses are situated around the campus close to all the amenities and classrooms. Rooms are a mixture of single, twin and triples with a number of dorms offering up to 4 beds, making them ideal for younger students.

ENGLISH PLUS

Golf, Horse Riding,

Half Day: Chester, Blists Hill, Bala, Llangollen
Full Day: Manchester, Liverpool, Birmingham, Llandudno

Half Day: Whittington
Full Day: Stratford-upon-Avon, Cadbury World


Rendcomb College

Age Range: 11-17, boys & girls

Dates: 9th July – 6th August

Changeover Day: Sunday

Recommended Airports: Birmingham, Bristol, Heathrow

Address of School: Rendcomb College, Rendcomb, Cirencester, GL7 7HA

CENTRE FACTS

Founded in 1920 by Noel Wills, the school occupies a magnificent 230 acre site in the heart of the Cotswold countryside and now caters for 400 pupils aged between 3 and 18. Rendcomb is perfectly situated between Cirencester, the ancient capital of the Cotswolds, and Cheltenham with its vibrant town centre.

Rendcomb is within 90 minutes of Heathrow and Birmingham airports and the nearest station, Kemble, offers a direct train service to London Paddington in 80 minutes.

ACCOMMODATION

There are 3 boarding houses all equipped with large common room areas. Rooms are mainly single bedded with a few triple and quadruple bedded dorms.

ENGLISH PLUS

Tennis, Drama, Dance & English

Half Day: Cheltenham, Cotswolds, Stratford Upon Avon
Full Day: Oxford, Bath, Bristol, London

Half Day: Gloucester, Hereford
Full Day: Birmingham, Warwick Castle