Oxbridge in Boston

Grades 9-12

Gropius Complex

Full Program: June 25 - July 22, 2020
Session I: June 25 - July 8, 2020
Session II: July 9 - July 22, 2020

Tuition: $8975 (Full Program) or $5,100 (One Session)

Oxbridge in Boston is an academic summer program for students in grades 9-12 that takes place in Harvard Law School

Students choose one subject per two-week session(s); available courses include Neuropsychology, Government and Politics, and International Law. All courses are taught experientially, by recognized experts.

Outside the classroom, a wide range of optional activities encourage students to have fun discovering all that Boston has to offer, including walks along Freedom Trail, a tour of Fenway Park, one of America’s oldest baseball stadiums, and kayaking down the Charles River. Students also have the opportunity to learn about American universities during college tours of several schools in the greater Boston area. Meanwhile, the finest minds in Cambridge come as guest speakers to discuss the worlds of business, journalism, and science. 

To reap the benefits of a summer program in Boston, apply now!

About Boston

Boston is one of the most historic cities in the United States and was the site of several key events in the American Revolution, including the Boston Tea Party and the Boston Massacre. The Boston Common was the first public park in the country, and the Boston Latin School was America’s first public school. Today, Boston is famous for its successful sports teams (from the Boston Red Sox in baseball to the New England Patriots in American football), world-class journalism by publications like the Boston Globe, and its many prestigious colleges and universities, including Harvard University, which hosts our Oxbridge in Boston program.

Program Blog

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Colleges and universities consider four things in your application: coursework you’ve already written; how well you did on the SAT/ACT, and on other standardized tests; your extracurricular activities; and the essay (or essays) they’ve asked you to write as part of their application process. The college application essay – sometimes known as “the personal essay” – is a great opportunity to showcase your personality, your strengths, and all the reasons you’re a perfect fit for an institution. Here are Oxbridge’s five top tips for writing...

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