Welcome to Summer at RIC
From 2022 RIC, one of the UK’s most well-established independent colleges, will be offering a range of refreshingly distinctive summer courses. Building on the College’s reputation for both academic excellence and mind-blowing creativity we are offering 4 different courses in very small classes where international visitors will study and socialise alongside local students.
At RIC the focus is on individuality, diversity and flexibility, values we’ve woven into our courses. We are looking forward to welcoming young people from all over the world to Rochester from July to mid-August to improve their English, develop their passions and have a taste of life at a British boarding school.
At RIC creative arts share equal billing with traditional academic study and this successfully distinctive approach continues with our summer programmes.
• Routemap English This course is designed to prepare students for academic A level study and will introduce key tools to help them make the transition to sixth form successfully while improving their academic English.
• Mathematics explores advanced Mathematics and its applications.
• Business & Marketing This course explores how to set up a sustainable and creative business including branding, product development, marketing, and promotion.
• Art & Design This eco-arts course combines a range of exciting creative projects including art, film, fashion, textiles and environmentalism.
All courses include full-board onsite accommodation, exciting programme of trips, activities and social events on our campus. For more information please call us, visit our website or scan the QR code for our summer prospectus.
Rochester Independent College is in Kent, just south east of London. Kent is known as the garden of England but is also close to great beaches and home to historic cathedral cities. It’s a tourist hotspot with Lonely Planet placing it on a list of Europe’s best holiday destinations and Medway bidding to be City of Culture in 2025.
Rochester itself is a small town, with a rich heritage and a flourishing contemporary arts scene. Rochester offers a quieter life than London, close to areas of outstanding natural beauty like the North Downs, yet within easy reach of all the facilities the capital city has to offer. Regular trains run from Rochester to London in just under 40 minutes and Ebbsfleet for Paris and Brussels on the Eurostar is just 10 minutes away. Rochester is famous for its connections with Charles Dickens and with a magnificent Norman cathedral and a striking castle that can be viewed from RIC’s classrooms and the Halls of Residence bedrooms.