Pembroke-King's Programme - Summer School (PKP)
Experience the unique ‘Cambridge’ style teaching this summer in small groups with a focus on intense classroom interaction, discussion and individual feedback and support. The Summer 2021 program will be offered online from July 12-August 8, 2021. Watch this video to learn more
The Pembroke-King’s Programme (PKP) offers an exceptional opportunity for undergraduates and graduates at universities around the world to experience studying at one of the world's oldest and most prestigious institutions of post-secondary learning, Cambridge University.
Owing to ongoing uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic, the summer 2021 program will take place online from July 12-August 8, 2021 and presents an opportunity for undergraduate students from around the world of all majors and years of study to challenge themselves academically and develop deep subject knowledge, working one-to-one with an expert in the field. From Shakespeare to the economic viability of Obamacare, Pembroke almost covers it all in their Subject Stream and for everything they don’t, students can propose their own research topic in the college’s Open Stream. Students seeking to earn credit from the experience can earn 3-5 credits, depending on their project’s contact hours.
Students must have a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.2 to apply (see application instructions and deadlines below). Pembroke tuition is £2,150. Hopkins will charge a $25 app fee plus a fee of $228 per credit transferred back to Hopkins (=12% of Hopkins tuition).
Watch this video to learn more about the program
. Please contact the JHU Office of Study Abroad for questions about the application process, credit transfer or tuition model (email@example.com
) and Pembroke College with any questions about the program curriculum (firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a dual application process for this program:
- Students must complete the Hopkins application by April 1 by clicking on the green "Apply Now" button, AND
- Students must complete the Pembroke Application, accessible here or via the 'Homepage' link provided at the top of this page, by May 14.