At Eton this summer study fascinating eras of history from medieval to early modern, as you learn how to analyse the past as a historian.
During the course you’ll take part in a group project where you will create a short documentary on how future generations will look back on the modern world, and you will develop key 21st-century skills, such as critical thinking, collaboration and problem-solving, required at undergraduate level and beyond.
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The accommodation at Eton College comprises two boarding houses – one for boys and one for girls. Students will have their own single study bedroom, with shared bathroom facilities. Both boarding houses have comfortable social spaces and facilities in which students can relax during House Time. As an international residential summer school we work in partnership with Eton College and deliver our courses separately from them.
At SBC, we go above and beyond the curriculum because we think that learning comes from doing, and we challenge our students to use and demonstrate new abilities in a friendly and encouraging setting.
By combining the university learning format of lectures and workshops, students have the chance to engage with theoretical principles as well as develop the soft skills required outside of the classroom. We put theory into practice by facilitating new opportunities to inherit key skills such as critical thinking, leadership, communication and teamwork – mirroring what is practised every day in a professional work setting.
At SBC at Eton College, students can fully immerse themselves in a wide range of fun activities. We aim to facilitate the physical and mental well-being of our all our students by providing a host of activities that allow students to explore their passions and interests beyond the classroom.