A good, attractive, location, safe surroundings. Good combination between courses + fun, ideally also sport. Excellent student welfare with responsible team leaders who are able to create a nice, homelike and safe atmosphere as well as a great camp spirit. It’s also important to have a balanced nationality mix. Read more
In order to run a successful summer program for juniors, you have to get students engaged. We’ve found that the best way to do this is by allowing students to select elective courses that speak to their passions and interests and use projects as the cornerstone of the curricula. Read more
Essentially, Junior and Teen camps have a lot in common. The programme must allow for language learning, personal development through activities and meeting students from other horizons. Here’s how we cope with different age groups at Estudio Sampere in Salamanca, Spain. Read more
A high quality junior programme requires 3 things : Great accommodation options, high quality level for language lessons and fun activities under a good ratio supervision. Read more
Richard Mountford shares his views based on his experience as Operations Director with IALC-accredited school Studio Cambridge.