STEM Programme UK
Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics
Who is this programme for?
For students who are interested in how science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be used creatively tosolve problems.
Take part in coding challenges, robot building and team science competitions. Work with professionals in teams and individually to develop the skills you need to be a world class STEM professional.
What will you achieve?
- understand how STEM subjects solve real-life problems
- develop practical skills in and outside of the lab
- demonstrate your skills in a supportive environment
- improve your ability to work as part of a team.
|Language level requirements
||IELTS 5.0 or equivalent
|Average class size
Through a creative and fun series of STEM projects you will gain a good understanding of how science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be applied to solve real-life problems. You will also take part in after school and weekend excursions to experience the local area and have fun.
- The Arctic Experience: Based on Antarctic collections held by the Polar Museum at the University of Cambridge. You will learn about the history of exploration and science of the Antarctic
- Space travel: Learn about the 'Space Race' and develop an idea of some of the political, scientific, and historical decisions made to enable humanity to reach for the stars
- Combustion: Practical activities exploring energy from combustive fuels
- Power: Practical activities exploring energy generation in space and even on planets
- Rockets: Build your own model rocket for launch
- Chemical Energy: Investigate chemical reactions, testing a variety of different chemicals
- Xenobiology: Put yourselves in the shoes of a biologist sent to another planet to investigate alien life forms
- Material Science: Learn about mechanics and materials and how they apply in the construction of space shuttles
- Use LEGO robotics to build, code, and adapt a robot to complete a series of challenges
- Coding: Learn about codes, ciphers and how to make and break them
- Raspberry Pi: Build and use a Raspberry Pi system to generate computer code to complete a variety of tasks
- Visit the National Space Academy: Take a physics masterclass filled with interactive demonstrations and practical activities
- Computer History Museum: Much more than a museum this experience involves hands-on exhibitions, educational workshops and a wide range of activities and events
- Visit the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, the iconic historic sailing ship Cutty Sark and the National Maritime Museum
*Timetables are subject to change. We reserve the right to change these schedules with out prior notice.