Visit five of the world’s finest universities in London, Oxford and Cambridge. Benefit from expert-led masterclasses on public speaking, creative leadership, personal statement writing and the UK university admissions process. Broaden your horizons with an introduction to world history at the British Museum and western art at the National Gallery.

GLOBAL BRITAIN PROGRAM

Visit five of the world’s finest universities in London, Oxford and Cambridge. Benefit from expert-led masterclasses on public speaking, creative leadership, personal statement writing and the UK university admissions process. Broaden your horizons with an introduction to world history at the British Museum and western art at the National Gallery.

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Develop the 21st Century Skills you need to succeed
Curiosity
Creativity
Critical thinking
Communication
Collaboration
Confidence
Character
Develop Key 21st Century Skills
Curiosity
Creativity
Critical thinking
Communication
Collaboration
Confidence
Character
Visit Some of the World's Best Universities
Oxford
Cambridge
LSE
UCL
King's College
Expert-Led

Masterclasses on:

  • University Admissions
  • Personal Statement Writing
  • Public Speaking: Learn to Love Public Speaking
  • Creative Problem Solving: Connect to Your Sense of Wonder
  • Introduction to Western Art at National Gallery
  • Introduction to World History at British Museum
  • West End Theatre Workshop: Behind the Scenes
Alumni-Led

University Visits:

In London shall visit the campuses of LSE, KCL and UCL. We shall also take day trips using the “Oxford Tube” double decker bus to the University of Oxford and take a train to the University of Cambridge. A typical university visit will include two or more of the following:

  • Campus tour taking in academic and historical buildings
  • Interactive sessions with students and/or alumni
  • Guidance from admissions officers
  • Special workshop sessions
Visit Five of the World's Finest Universities
Oxford
Cambridge
LSE
UCL
King's College London

Master
Classes

OVER
830
1000
ALUMNI

More Than Five Years Experience

Broaden your horizons

Frequently Asked Questions:

I'm thinking of applying

  • How much does the program cost?

    The Program Fee is INR 1,80,000.

    This is reduced to INR 1,50,000 if we receive your deposit fee of INR 25,000 before the early bird deadline.

  • When is the application deadline?

    The first round of applications is open until Midnight AEST 31st May.

    Applications will remain open until we have filled all the places.

    Apply to secure a place by clicking the “Apply Here” button at the top of the page.
  • When will I be notified about the outcome of my application?

    To secure a place on the Summer Program you will need to complete our online application.

    You will be asked three short essay questions and will be notified within three-five working days on whether you have been selected.

  • WHAT ARE THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS TO APPLY?

    In order to be eligible to apply for this program, you must have Indian Citizenship.

     

  • What documents do I need to submit with my application?

    You will not need to submit any documents with your application.

    If your application is successful, you will then need to submit a photo/photocopy of your valid passport.

  • What does the program fee cover?

    • Airport pick-up and drop-off in London (providing you take our recommended flights)
    • Good quality dormitory style accommodation
    • All meals (breakfast, lunch and dinner) including special events and packed lunches when required
    • All the water you can drink and soft drinks at meals
    • All transport in the UK – including the underground, double-decker bus, coach to Oxford, train to Cambridge and Thames boat ride!
    • Pre-departure support (including face-to-face briefing in Delhi and online webinar)
    • Orientation program
    • Welcome pack with fun and useful items
    • Maps of local neighborhoods and emergency contact cards
    • UK SIM card which will work in unlocked phones
    • Key information cards for quick reference regarding program activities and events
    • Participant welfare staff with the group 24/7
    • Team IndoGenius program facilitation and coordination throughout
    • Excursions to sites of political, cultural, religious and historic importance including entry fees
    • Cultural performances and events
    • Immersive challenges
    • Group social events
    • Expert lectures and talks
    • Facilitated peer interactions
    • University visits
    • Final workshop to identify, highlight and continue your learning
    • IndoGenius Alumni group on LinkedIn and indogenius.org for networking, job postings and more
    • Program completion certificate documenting your learning hours
  • What costs and expenses are not included in the program fees?

    The program fee does not cover the following:

    • International Airfare to/from the UK
    • UK visa
    • Travel insurance

After submitting an application

  • What should I do after I've been accepted?

    Along with your offer email, you will receive an email outlining ‘Your Next Steps’

    This will include instructions on how to finalize your place.

    If your application is successful, you will then need to submit a photo of your valid passport.

  • When do I have to pay my program deposit?

    Your non-refundable program deposit should be paid once you have received a formal offer email. Only once the deposit has paid is a place on the program guaranteed.
  • Will I need to get a passport or visa for the program?

    Yes. You must have a valid passport! You must also get an UK Short Stay General Visa. We will provide guidance for the visa application including a supporting letter.

  • When should I apply for a visa?

    You will be instructed to for your visa once your participation has been approved. We will share a document which includes instructions for how to apply for a visa.
  • Where in the UK will the program take place?

    We are based in Central London but will also visit Oxford and Cambridge.

  • How much time is there for shopping and personal time on the program?

    Throughout the program, there will be several days with brief (1-3 hour) time slots provided for shopping. The program is meant to give you the maximum amount of knowledge, tools and resources for taking your learning and exploration forward. Therefore, there is no time included in the program for personal outings or trips. Furthermore, the program code of conduct prohibits participants from having friends or family visit them while on the program.

  • What kind of accommodations will I stay in?

    Accommodation is hand selected by Team IndoGenius for their exceptional locations, comfort, hygiene and hospitality.

    Team IndoGenius staff (at least one male and one female) will stay with the students.

  • What will be expected of me during the program?

    All program participants are expected to attend and actively engage in all program related sessions to ensure maximum growth and learning for everyone.

    Short-term programs, out of necessity, are time intensive, leaving very little time for independent exploration that is not structured as a learning activity within the program.

    As participant safety is always our number one concern, we also require all participants to follow the IndoGenius code of conduct. The code of conduct is a document of common sense rules regarding attendance and participation, safety and maintenance of good relations with program staff, contributors and fellow participants and can be accessed here.

    Also, owing to the diversity of participants, our short term programs cover basic as well as more advanced material – it is up to participants to identify areas for personal learning and growth at every level when engaging in on-site activities, where local high profile session facilitators, IndoGenius program experts and IndoGenius team are ready to help you pursue specific questions and conversations.

    Finally, we intentionally include a broad range of ideas and opinions in our program activities and events. There will inevitably be some ideas presented with which you do not agree. We ask that you try to look at the foundations of those ideas and attempt to understand what circumstances and assumptions might lead a person to accept and even advocate said ideas. Keeping these possible explanations in mind, take the ideas in the context of all else that you see, learn and do on the program and then make a balanced final call, remaining respectful in your moments of disagreement or disbelief. This exercise is referred to as “suspending judgment” and is often considered a vital part of successful cultural immersion.

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