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International High Schools & Universities

Bespoke courses for international high schools and university students

This experience for these students is monumental. A unique immersion into literary and historic culture.

— Florida International University, Miami

Such a high-quality, inspiring experience. All of the presenters are true experts. Students rise to the occasion.

— Marymount International School, Paris

There’s no better place to study William Shakespeare than in his home town of Stratford-upon-Avon. In addition to the expertise of our lecturers, you will have the opportunity to access the largest publicly accessible collection of Shakespeare related material in the world, as well as our extensive performance archive. While you’re here you can also visit Shakespeare’s family homes as well as the theatres of the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Though aimed primarily at high school and university students, they are also enjoyed by special interest groups such as teachers and Shakespeare societies across the world. Courses can also be tailored to suit older school groups (aged 15 upwards).

Create Your Ideal Course

To shape your bespoke course simply download a copy of our course elements, which can be combined to create the perfect learning experience for your students.  

Courses are designed for groups of 10 participants or more. They can run at any time of year and may be anything from one day to two weeks in duration.

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See examples of how a course might be structured:

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If you'd like to discuss the course content further or think you could benefit from some advice, please contact our learning team and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Our courses are extremely popular so early booking is highly recommended. We will always do our best to fit you in if we can so please do get in touch with any queries. We look forward to hearing from you!


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