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Maxer Summer Academic Programme

*Residence: Colleges of Cambridge University
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Fuel and unleash academic ambitions with our Summer Academic Programme – a dynamic platform where passionate students from across the globe unite to explore industries, forging new ideas in their chosen subjects, finding the two-week professor-led subject-based academic programme fascinating.

Instructional Model

Innovation and creative structure become the heart of the Summer Academic Programme. Each subject course is intertwined by the shared goal of fostering intellectual growth and promoting student collaboration. The focus of this programme is on teaching knowledge and stimulating students’ thinking on specific topics in the area.

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Subject Portfolio

Prof. Pietro Lio

Artificial Intelligence

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Dr. Catherine MacKenzie

International Relations and Governance

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Prof. Nic Lane

Artificial Intelligence

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Prof. Ian Goodfellow


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Prof. Matthew Grimes



Prof. Jason Robinson

Natural Sciences
(Physics, Chemistry, Materials Science)

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Prof. Shahzad Ansari


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Prof. Nicola Clayton, FRS


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Prof. Geoff Hayward


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Prof. Patrick Baert


Programme Dates

Summer Academic Programme will take place in the following periods in the summer 2024:

July 15 - July 28, 2024

July 29 - August 11, 2024

August 12 - August 25, 2024

Subjects with the corresponding Cambridge Professors are available as follows:

Subjects and Professors
Jul 15 - Jul 28
Jul 29 - Aug 11
Aug 12 - Aug 25
Artificial Intelligence - Prof. Pietro Lio

Artificial Intelligence - Prof. Nic Lane

Business - Prof. Matthew Grimes

Business - Prof. Shahzad Ansari

Education - Prof. Geoff Hayward

International Relations - Dr. Catherine MacKenzie

Medicine - Prof. Ian Goodfellow

Natural Sciences - Prof. Jason Robinson

Psychology - Prof. Nicola Clayton, FRS

Sociology - Prof. Patrick Baert

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Programme Itinerary

The two-week programme is brimming with academic immersion and cultural activities, allowing students to fully immerse themselves in the Cambridge experience. The following plan outlines a preliminary structure to provide an overview of the programme for reference:



The evaluation method for our academic programme is designed to ensure a comprehensive and fair assessment of participants' endeavours. This multifaceted evaluation process involves scrutiny by both experienced professors and dedicated supervisors. During the evaluation period, participants have the opportunity to succinctly showcase their learning in the programme. This platform allows for the effective communication of their work, honing their presentation skills.

  • 15-minute presentations for research evaluation

  • Assessments by experienced professors and dedicated supervisors

  • Valuable feedback and constructive criticism provided

  • Encourages academic growth and excellence in the programme

Admission Requirements

This programme is suitable for:

  • High School, Undergraduate and Postgraduate students who want to gain insight and develop relevant academic knowledge in relevant subjects and experience Cambridge Culture

  • Age 16 and above

We welcome qualified talented individuals to join our programme. To ensure a fair and competitive admission process, the programme requires applicants to submit the following documents for admission:


A current transcript from your existing school/ university is required to show your basic knowledge of the applying subject (studying relevant subject preferred)

Proof of English:

All courses and activities in the programme are held in English. Students are expected to have a high level of English to interact with the teaching academics, fellow students, and programme team members, as well as to conduct the final assessment to graduate from the programme.


Please provide any proof of your English ability (could be any of the following: English proficiency test certificate, school transcript, competition certificate etc)

Personal Statement:

A well-crafted personal statement highlighting goals, aspirations, and why you're a perfect fit for the programme (within 200 words)

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Apply now to be admitted and pick your desired subject led by the renowned Cambridge Professor*!

***Application is reviewed on a rolling-basis. Early application is strongly advised as places are filled quickly. 

***An admission result will be notified within 3 working days via email.

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To deliver a comprehensive and enriching experience in Cambridge, all participants are accommodated in different buildings of colleges of the University of Cambridge*. While most accommodation is single/twin rooms with shared, unisex bathroom facilities, dormitory rooms come in different size, shape and style in different colleges. On special request, en-suite single rooms are also available at an additional charge on a first come first serve basis

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Fee Structure

Summer Academic Programme Fee:

£6,300 / two week programme

What is included:

  • Accommodation for 13 nights in a University of Cambridge* college.

  • Daily breakfast and dinners, with a memorable distinctive formal dining experience in the Cambridge tradition on the day of the graduation ceremony.

  • All academic activities, such as lectures, supervisions, revisions/seminars, master talks with world-class speakers, organisational visits, final group presentations, and access to teaching venues.

  • A rich social and cultural schedule, including excursions to London and Oxford.

  • Convenient transportation, including airport pick-up and drop-off shuttle services, as well as transportation for the day trips to London and Oxford.

  • A UK SIM card with prepaid allowances for data, calls, and texts.

  • Comprehensive insurance coverage.

  • Programme awards as outlined in the program details.

Take advantage of our early application discounts by confirming your enrollment with prompt payment, ensuring both your spot and savings on programme fees as follows :

  • Before Dec 31 2023                                                         .

  • Before Feb 15 2024

  • Before Apr 15 2024

£500 reduction (best option to secure your 2024 spot in 2023)

£300 reduction

£100 reduction

Application closure occurs upon reaching full capacity for the course. 

DON’T MISS the deadlines : Discounts are applicable for full payments made by specified discount deadlines only.

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