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Our unique English programme is composed of two streams: Academic English and English Literature. It is designed to complement, extend and enrich – but not repeat – the humanities curricula taught in schools. The Programme offers an intense and challenging pathway to advanced all-round language capability. English Literature is one of the United Kingdom’s greatest exports. A university degree in English is one of the most respected and potentially profitable in the world – and can lead to a variety of careers in prestigious areas of public life.
Medicine in the UK has a long and distinguished history. The first hospitals were St Thomas’s and St Bartholomew’s founded in 1123. These led on to many famous discoveries, not least that of blood circulation by William Harvey in the 16th century.
Cambridge Programmes introduced its Law Induction Programme in 2015. It offers students an introduction to the law, both as an academic subject and a profession, and teaches students crucial debating and interview skills.
This course is tailor-made for students in Year 10 who are interested in studying history-related subjects in Years 11 and 12, from Modern History and Ancient History to Religious Studies, Literature, and Politics. The course content aligns with units covered by Modern History Courses taught in Year 11 and 12 across Australia, offering students taking Modern History a head-start in Year 11.