Ivy League Summer Academy offers bespoke study abroad programs for high school students seeking academic enrichment abroad in the U.S.A. For 2018 there are two sessions offered, both held at prestigious Ivy League Universities in the East Coast:

Our high school summer school programs combine academic lectures, with social and cultural excursions for an unforgettable summer abroad. You’ll have the chance to immerse yourself in authentic campus life and experience an international atmosphere.

calendar-iconSession Dates
Session 1: 18 July – 21 July 2018
Session 2: 22 July – 4 August 2018

Each session of Ivy League Summer Academy is two weeks and includes visits to many East Coast Universities in the United States, excursions to tourist attractions, exciting group activities, and more.

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calendar-iconTuition & Fees
Session 1: 4,650 USD
Session 2: 4,200 USD
Both Sessions: 8,400 USD

This includes two-week admittance to the ILSA program, on-campus housing, and most meals.
* 100 USD early bird discount. Attend both sessions and save! 

» Program Costs

To join ILSA, simply fill out the online application form and pay the application fee.
(Your application will not be processed until the application fee is paid; the application fee will be deducted from your final tuition cost. If your application is denied, a full refund will be issued.)

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Excursions & Activities

Students will have the opportunity to visit some of the greatest tourist attractions in the United States such as the Statue of Liberty and the city of Boston, just to name a few. Additionally, you will be fully immersed in U.S cultural experiences such as attending a Boston Red Sox baseball game and watch the fireworks on the 4th of July.

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University Accommodations

ILSA offers the unparalleled experience of university life in the United States Ivy League school system for high school students. Throughout the summer school program, you will live in the historically significant residence halls of where our programs take place including Harvard Law School Campus (Wasserstein Hall) and on Yale University campus. See all accommodations »