Looking for a way to get ahead with your UCAS application? Take a look at what is on offer from The National Mathematics and Science College. Our Summer Courses are designed to give you a head start on your journey to university, to inspire young medics and scientists at the beginning of their careers, and to give you first-hand experience of life and study in the UK. Information on signing up can be found at the bottom of the page.

June | Summer Science School

The National Mathematics and Science College Summer Science School is an academically focused course for 14, 15 and 16 year olds who are passionate about maths and science.

Course includes:

  • Industry visit to Jaguar Land Rover factory
  • Lessons led by our expert teachers in mathematics, chemistry, physics, computing and academic English
  • Family homestay with one of our homestay families
  • Excursions to London, Warwick Castle and Stratford Upon Avon
  • Visit to Oxford University
  • Visiting speakers
  • Theatre outing
  • Evening entertainment

July | Medicine Summer School

Interested in becoming a doctor or medical scientist? There is no better way to spend your summer than joining our Medicine Summer School. Our varied and exciting programme includes:

  • Practical lessons in Chemistry, Biology and Computing delivered by our own teachers
  • Workshops and seminars led by senior medical consultants
  • Q&A session with current Medical Student, former student of NMSC
  • Single en-suite rooms in our Hall of Residence and family homestay
  • Workshops, presentations and lessons to improve your academic English language skills
  • Guidance on writing your personal statement and UCAS application
  • Weekend visits to places of interest for medics, including London and Oxford University
  • Evening activities and assignments


and return to Lara Hoffman at admissions@natmatsci.ac.uk. If you have any further questions, please feel free to email Lara, or get in touch with your area representative:

Russia and CIS: Jake Wilson (j.wilson@natmatsci.ac.uk)

South East Asia: Jane Flynn (j.flynn@natmatsci.ac.uk)