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Summer Camp at Leman Manhattan

Varsta: 13 - 16, 16 – 18

Limba straina: English

Tara: USA

Tipuri de programe: Vocational

Cazare: campus

Cursuri: 25 hours / week

Perioada: 7 July - 4 August 2020

Nivel de studiu: min. B1

About the city
New York City, perhaps the most famous city in the entire world, provides the perfect backdrop for a course designed to give students an insight into possible career paths ahead of them.

About the school
Leman Manhattan is a prestigious boarding school in the heart of New York City’s financial district. The school is situated 100 yards away from the famous Charging Bull statue, and is located on the top four floors of a 23 storey skyscraper that offers views of the Statue of Liberty from classroom windows.

Accommodation
Accommodation is located a 5 minute walk away, in the pedestrianised zone of Wall Street. Each day, students will walk past iconic locations such as the New York Stock Exchange and Federal Hall. Students live in high-quality twin bedrooms, each with an en-suite bathroom, mini-kitchen, personal laundry delivery and access to the concierge service.

Excursions
Outside of the classroom, students are able to take advantage of Leman’s enviable location in New York City, as celebrated landmarks such as Times Square, the 9/11 Memorial and the Empire State Building are all under 20 minutes away.

 

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About the courses
The syllabus combines three core components - classroom theory lessons, practical workshops, and ‘study-in-action’ days that comprise visits to locations related to a student’s chosen subject.

 

Business & Finance
The syllabus allows students to increase their understanding of how different businesses are structured, as well as the responsibilities and actions involved in operating them successfully. Studying business in the heart of New York City’s financial district provides an inspiring setting for this course, as students walk past the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street each day.

Sample Topics Covered:

  • Mergers & acquisitions
  • Big data and analytics
  • Financial management
  • Global markets
  • Business objectives and ethics
  • Consumer behaviour

 

Medicine
Throughout the Medicine course, students develop effective communication using universal scientific conventions, as well as improve their aptitude for objectivity, initiative and accuracy. Students combine practical and theoretical tuition to improve their knowledge and understand the requirements needed for a future career in the field of medicine.

Sample Topics Covered:

  • Enzyme functions
  • Cell structures
  • DNA, RNA and base pairing
  • Pathogens and transmission
  • Capsids and protein coating
  • Global health epidemics

 

Fashion & Design
Students enhance their knowledge of the main elements of fashion design; colour, shape, silhouette, proportion, texture, structure and form. The New York setting allows students to complement their learning with academic visits to fashion attractions, such as the garment districts, designer show rooms and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sample Topics Covered:

  • Colour analysis
  • Trend-driven high street fashion
  • Consumer tribes and brand identity
  • Sustainable fashion
  • Concept initiation
  • Fabrics and texture

 

International Relations & Law

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About the courses
The syllabus combines three core components - classroom theory lessons, practical workshops, and ‘study-in-action’ days that comprise visits to locations related to a student’s chosen subject.

 

Business & Finance
The syllabus allows students to increase their understanding of how different businesses are structured, as well as the responsibilities and actions involved in operating them successfully. Studying business in the heart of New York City’s financial district provides an inspiring setting for this course, as students walk past the New York Stock Exchange on Wall Street each day.

Sample Topics Covered:

  • Mergers & acquisitions
  • Big data and analytics
  • Financial management
  • Global markets
  • Business objectives and ethics
  • Consumer behaviour

 

Medicine
Throughout the Medicine course, students develop effective communication using universal scientific conventions, as well as improve their aptitude for objectivity, initiative and accuracy. Students combine practical and theoretical tuition to improve their knowledge and understand the requirements needed for a future career in the field of medicine.

Sample Topics Covered:

  • Enzyme functions
  • Cell structures
  • DNA, RNA and base pairing
  • Pathogens and transmission
  • Capsids and protein coating
  • Global health epidemics

 

Fashion & Design
Students enhance their knowledge of the main elements of fashion design; colour, shape, silhouette, proportion, texture, structure and form. The New York setting allows students to complement their learning with academic visits to fashion attractions, such as the garment districts, designer show rooms and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Sample Topics Covered:

  • Colour analysis
  • Trend-driven high street fashion
  • Consumer tribes and brand identity
  • Sustainable fashion
  • Concept initiation
  • Fabrics and texture

 

International Relations & Law
The course introduces students to various aspects of international law, and primarily focuses on historical cases as well as the nature, sources and operation of modern day international law. New York is a melting pot of different nationalities throughout the city, as well as being home to the world headquarters of the United Nations, where students visit.

Sample Topics Covered:

  • The origins of international law
  • Territorial sovereignty
  • International treaties
  • Environmental law
  • Humanitarian law and the International Criminal Court
  • International organisations and the UN

 

Age range: 13 - 16, 16 – 18
Accommodation: campus
Study: 25 hours / week
Arrival / Departure: Tuesday / Tuesday
Period: 7 July - 4 August 2020
Duration: 2 weeks
Class Size: 11
Minimum language level: B1 (lower intermediate)


The fee includes:

  • Accommodation on campus (twin rooms, en-suite bathrooms)
  • Full board
  • Social Space: Student common areas
  • Facilities: Swimming pool, sports hall, auditorium
  • Internet: Wi-Fi available throughout
  • Security: Electronic fob access only
  • Certificate: personalised report card & certificate
  • Weekly excursions: 3 full-day excursions over 2 weeks
  • 24/7 emergency phone number

*Nearest airports: John F Kennedy (1.5 hours) and Newark (1 hour)

 

Dates and fees in USD:

  • 7 - 21 July 2020: $2,500
  • 21 July - 4 August 2020: $2,500

 

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