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Summer Programs

High-quality programs, approachable staff and faculty, and a beautiful campus near Boston are some of the reasons to spend your summer at Tufts. There are programs offered through the Tufts University summer school as well as directly through the Tufts School of Engineering. A variety of science- and engineering-related programs are available in the summer for teenagers, college students, practicing engineers, and in-service teachers.

Tufts Summer School Programs

Please visit the Tufts Summer School for further information on their programs for college students, qualified high school students and professionals.

Tufts in Talloires Summer Program

Tufts in Talloires is a six-week summer semester program for college students that takes place at the Tufts European Center in Talloires France. Students enrolled in this program choose two courses from a selection of dynamic undergraduate offerings taught by Tufts esteemed faculty. These courses, most of which are taught in English, are designed to take advantage of Talloires' ideal location in the center of Europe, as well as its striking alpine setting, which inspires reflection and thought.

Tufts in Talloires is a unique opportunity for engineering students to live and study in an international setting without losing ground on their academic requirements for engineering study. Approximately 15% of the students who enroll in Tufts in Talloires are engineering students (typically after freshman or sophomore year). Engineering students can study a variety of courses as electives or when available, take courses that will fit into their engineering requirements. For more information and application information, visit the Tufts European Center.

Engineering Programs for K-12 Teachers and Students

Please visit the Center for Engineering Educational Outreach for further information on their programs for K-12 students, educators, and other K-12 related activities. If you are looking for more information on the Center's LEGO Summer Program for students-which uses LEGO bricks and MINDSTORMS to design, build, and program robotic creations-please contact Elissa Milto for details.