London Scholars Program
The London Scholars Program is aimed at students in the mid-to-late stages of their secondary school education, and provides a broad and informative introduction to the UK’s higher education system.
The program includes a specialist lecture and seminar series from our network of dedicated tutors and professionals and includes visits and tutor-talks from students at the world-renowned universities of Oxford and Cambridge. The program also aims to immerse students in English culture and heritage, and the cutting-edge science and technology that the capital city of London has to offer. It gives students access to leading academics and professionals through a series of innovative workshops, themed STEM talks and excursions.
virtual International enrichment program
Conceived in response to the Covid-19 situation, the Virtual International Enrichment Program is designed to be maximally interactive even in a remote learning environment.
VIEP is an engaging, interactive and highly stimulating educational program delivered by academics from a variety of the world’s leading universities. Bespoke STEM courses, especially designed to make remote learning highly engaging, ensure that the benefits of the traditional classroom are brought to students’ homes.
virtual MEDICal SCIENCES program
The Virtual Medical Sciences Program provides a foundation in medical sciences for those wishing to pursue a career in medicine or a biomedical sciences.
This program is run by doctors and medical students from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Full scholarships are available to talented students and are awarded based on academic merit.
Our International Enrichment Program is held at both the King Saud University and Princess Nourah University in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia in partnership with Mawhiba. This rigorous academic program spans core STEM disciplines including medical sciences, engineering and computer science, led by a team of tutors from the world’s leading universities.
This residential summer program is university campus-based, lasts approximately three weeks and is aimed at academically able 9th – 11th grade male and female students.