Do you live in Europe? Are you planning to visit your relatives? Or you need good summer schools to pass your time efficiently? Well then, this blog might help you out.

These programs will give curious, adventurous, intellectual, and inquisitive high school students the chance to burst out of the often-banal high school classroom and into the “old world” to engage in an amazing experiential learning opportunity that will be both perspective-expanding and a chance to take a thorough analysis into preexisting interests.

This is so important because no matter what a student does over the summer, it should present value-added to both the student and to colleges the student may want to apply to later.

Please note that some summer schools may hold their programmes online because of Covid-19.


1.Henry Harvin Summer School Academy


Who said you have to step out of the house to be in a summer school? With the advent of technology, online courses are the next big thing.

Henry Harvin Teen academy is an all-rounder summer school which provides in-depth knowledge about the subject you have chosen. You have a vast array of subjects to choose from.

They offer courses on subjects like marketing, finance, and technology. I am part of the Henry Harvin summer school myself and I have learned a lot.

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TASIS: The American School in Switzerland Summer School

In 1956, M. Crist Fleming founded The American School in Switzerland, the first American boarding school in Europe, in order to apply the American independent school tradition to Europe. All these years later, the school has grown leaps and bounds, and other TASIS schools operate in England and Puerto Rico.

The best part about this summer school is that it is available for age groups starting from 4 1/2-year to 18-year-old children. This summer school has something different to offer for everyone. To know more about their summer program click here.


The New School: Parsons Paris Pre-College Studies

The beautiful city of Paris

If you are an artist, there are few better places to visit for inspiration than Paris, France. Did you know that Parsons School of Design, part of The New School in New York City, has a campus in Paris where rising high school juniors and seniors have a variety of summer art course options from which to choose?

The immersive courses of study at Parsons Paris last just over three weeks in July and cover topics ranging from “Explorations in Drawing,” “Fashion Design Process,” and “Fashion Photography: History and Process,” to “Graphic Design Workshop,” “Introduction to Design and Management,” and “Fashion Illustration.”

United Kingdom

Immerse Education- Cambridge Summer School

Immerse Education is a two-week residential academic programme with a diverse and enriching curriculum, designed for 13-18-year-old students–providing a taste of what it’s like to study a subject at a higher level.

Whatever subject you wanna study, Immerse Education will have it. Bringing in the best mentors from all over the world, this summer school has a wide variety of courses to offer. Whether you want to study architecture, literature or medicine, they have it all.

With its diverse and enriching curriculum, the programme allows students to explore and further their knowledge of a chosen subject in an unrivalled academic environment.


University of Dallas: Summer School for High School Students in Rome

Simply put, the most college-esqe of the courses you will find available to high school students in Europe over the summer are offered by none other than the University of Dallas.

No matter which of the three-course options you complete, you will earn three college credits, and the course content is pitch-perfect to study while in Rome. Italian cooking is fun, if not a bit trite and short on academic heft; nobody who takes one of UD’s courses can be accused of being unoriginal or an academic push-over.


University of Pisa Summer School

1. Summer School “Experiential Food Tourism”

Tourism has been quickly developing and travellers become increasingly demanding not only in terms of quality of services but also in terms of innovative ways of enjoying destinations.

Experiential tourism, in particular, is a growing trend that every travel agency has to be aware of. Therefore, the challenge for tourist service providers is the capacity to offer involving and interactive packages and address the expectations of international tourists.

2. Summer School in Computer-Aided Drug Design

The contribution of computational methodologies to drug discovery is no longer a matter of dispute and the major world’s pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies use computational design tools.

Computer-aided drug design comprises computational methods and resources that are used to facilitate the design and discovery of new therapeutic solutions.

This summer school will cover all the main computational techniques used in drug discovery, supplying a basic level of knowledge of this research field.

3. Summer School in Italian Language and Culture

The Italian Language and Culture Summer School aims to give its participants an experience of Italian language and culture in a unique setting. Classes will take place via S. Maria 36, a few steps from Miracle Square, and the world-famous Leaning Tower.

The intensive courses of Italian of the Summer School are planned according to the aims and objectives of the Common European Framework and are therefore divided into A1, A2, B1, B2, C1, C2. Students will be divided into groups by means of an entry test. 

4. Summer School STEP – Short term engineering program

The school offers an international exchange experience to students of the University of Pisa (UNIPI), the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign (UIUC) and San Diego State University (SDSU).

The program offers five weeks of courses: – two in Pisa at UNIPI from 12th May to 23rd June 2019 for students from UIUC. The students will attend a class of Energy systems and a class of Italian culture and language (elementary level) at the Language Centre.

SDSU: the students will attend a class of Numerical analysis and a class of Italian culture and language (elementary level) that include the topic on diversity related to the topic ” Role of women in Italian history”.


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