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SUMMER COURSES IN CAMBRIDGE AND BOSTON

Start Year 2 of the IBDP prepared, energised and one step ahead!

A midway review of subjects to help fill knowledge gaps and build confidence in advance of students’ final year. Our expert IB teachers from top international schools work with students to build upon the hard work they have already done and get them ready to boost their grades. Together with our social and cultural activities and the opportunity to make new friends from around the world, it is a summer experience to remember.

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CAMBRIDGE

28 June – 31 July 2020

With the largest subject selection available, students tailor their course to their needs. All students choose one main academic subject per week with the option of an additional academic subject or skill-based workshop.

 

INCLUDED

  • 17.5hrs of subject teaching per week (3.5hr morning sessions over 5 days)
  • Small classes of students and largest subject selection
  • Pre-course questionnaires that identify student needs
  • Set and reviewed homework for private study outside class. Class notes available online
  • University Fair
  • Accommodation in a single room in college
  • Social and cultural activities e.g. sports, river trips
  • Breakfast and lunch in college
  • 24/7 on-course support staff

 

OPTIONAL

  • Second subjects (8hrs/week) or skill-based workshops (4hrs/week) in the afternoon
  • Weekend trips e.g. Thorpe Park 
  • One-to-one sessions; Private Tuition and Personal Careers Consultation

 

 

FEES

  • £1,890 per week 
  • £250 deposit to secure a place

Extras:

  • £590 per second subject option (8hrs)
  • £295 per skill-based workshop (4hrs)
  • £210 Personal Careers Consultation (1hr)
  • £160 per Private Tuition session (1hr)
  • £100 per extra night at either end of your stay
  • £85 excursion to Thorpe Park Resort (theme park)

BOSTON

28 June – 17 July

Students personalise the course to their needs, choosing one main academic subject per week. The afternoon workshops and activities focus on personal development such as debating, presentation and writing skills, as well as educational and cultural trips. 

 

INCLUDED

  • 17.5hrs of subject teaching per week (3.5hr morning sessions over 5 days)
  • Personal development workshops (Monday-Wednesday)
  • Pre-course questionnaires that identify student needs
  • Set and reviewed homework for private study outside class. Class notes available online
  • College fair and college preparation course
  • Single room accommodation in college
  • Educational and cultural activities e.g. kayaking, pizza tour, Boston sightseeing, Red Sox games
  • Weekend trips e.g. Six Flags Theme Park, Codzilla Ride
  • Breakfast and lunch, plus up to 3 dinners/week
  • 24/7 on-course support staff

 

OPTIONAL

  • One-to-one sessions; Subject Advice and Personal Careers Consultation
  • College Visit Programme
  • Air-conditioned room upgrades available

 

FEES

  • $3,120 per week 
  • $400 deposit to secure a place

Extras:

  • $230 per one-to-one Subject Advice session (1hr)
  • $265 Personal Careers Consultation (1hrs)
  • $35 air-conditioned room upgrade per night
  • $160 per extra night at either end of your stay
  • $50 per college visit

You have 14 days to cancel a booking and receive a refund; full policy available here.

 

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PASTORAL CARE

OSC implements a comprehensive Safeguarding Policy and all staff are fully trained in student welfare, with first-aiders in every college.

Experienced staff are on duty 24 hours a day at every residential location. Their role is the smooth running of the course and to look after all of the students' needs.

 

INDIVIDUAL REQUIREMENTS

If you have any special requirements due to health or mobility issues, let us know and we will help. We can organise ground floor rooms, help with getting around, medical support, etc.

 

SUBJECTS AVAILABLE IN CAMBRIDGE

CAMBRIDGE MORNING COURSE SCHEDULE

Courses12345
June / July28 - 35 - 1012 - 1719 - 2426 - 31
Biology HLBio HL
Biology SLBio SL
Business Management HL/SLBus H/S
Chemistry HLChem HL
Chemistry SLChem SL
Design Technology HL/SLDes Tech HL/SL
Economics HLEcon HL
Economics SLEcon SL
English A: Language & Literature HL/SLEng A LL H/S
English A: Literature HL/SLEng A Lit H/S
English B HL/SLEng B HL/SL
Environmental Systems & Societies SLESS SL
French B HL/SLFre B HL/SL
Geography HL/SLGeog H/S
History HL/SLHist HL/SL
Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HLMaths: An & App HL
Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches SLMaths: An & App SL
Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation HLMaths: App & Int HL
Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation SLMaths: App & Int SL
Physics HLPhys HL
Physics SLPhys SL
Psychology HL/SLPsyc HL/SL

CAMBRIDGE AFTERNOON OPTIONS

SECOND SUBJECT AFTERNOON OPTIONS

These afternoon options give students an opportunity to review a second subject during the week. They are not suitable for students who are taking these subjects during the morning. Inevitably, the morning classes will go into the subject in greater depth than these afternoon options and they will be equivalent to just under 50% of the morning classes. Please note that students may book Private Tuition if they have specific needs that are not covered by the content indicated below.

Second Subject - Biology

In this option, you will review key items from the core for Biology. This is the part of the syllabus that is common to both the SL and HL programmes. Most of the time will be spent on Topics 1 (Cell biology); 2 (Molecular biology); and one or two other topics from the core (Topics 3-6), as the group chooses. In the pre-course questionnaire, students may request further topics to be covered, if time permits

We recommend that you check the syllabus to understand precisely what this option includes. If you are a Biology HL student, you may join the class, but must appreciate that it will not review Higher Level material.

Because the afternoon course is very condensed, there will not be time to cover the IA (Internal Assessment) component of the Biology course. 

Second Subject - Biology HL

In this option, you will review key items from the Biology HL syllabus. Inevitably, we cannot cover as much as the morning class. The focus will be on Topics 1 (Cell biology); 2 (Molecular biology); and one or two more topics from Topics 1 to 11, as the group chooses. In the pre-course questionnaire, students may request further topics to be covered, if time permits.

We recommend that you check the syllabus to understand precisely what this option includes.

If you are a Biology HL student, please note that there is also another Second Subject Biology option - although this will not go into the Higher Level material or Options.

Because the afternoon course is very condensed, there will not be time to cover the IA (Internal Assessment) component of the Biology course. 

Second Subject - Business Management

In this option, you will review key items from the core of the Business Management syllabus, which is valuable to both SL and HL students.

However, due to the time available, the course will not be able to cover HL topics.

Second Subject - Chemistry

In this option, you will review key items from the core for Chemistry. This is the part of the syllabus that is common to both the SL and HL programmes. We will concentrate on Topics 1 (Stoichiometry), 4 (Chemical bonding and structure) and 5 (Energetics/thermochemistry). If there is time, other parts of Topics 1-11 may be reviewed.

We recommend that you check the syllabus to understand precisely what this includes.

Students taking Chemistry HL may join, but must appreciate that it will not review Higher Level material.

Second Subject - Chemistry HL

In this option, you will review key items from the Chemistry HL syllabus. Inevitably, we cannot cover as much as the morning class. The focus will be on Topics 1 (Stoichiometry), 4 (Chemical bonding and structure), 5 and 15 (Energetics/thermochemistry). If there is time, other topics may be reviewed.

We recommend that you check the syllabus to understand precisely what these options include.

If you are a Chemistry HL student, please note that there is also another Second Subject Chemistry option - although this will not go into the Higher Level material.

Second Subject - Economics

In this option, you will review key items from Section 1 of the Economics syllabus (Microeconomics) that are studied by SL and HL students - e.g. Competitive Markets, Elasticity, Market Failure & Government Intervention.

Second Subject - Economics HL

In this option, you will review key items from Section 1 of the Economics HL syllabus (Microeconomics) – focusing especially on Theory of the Firm.

If you would rather focus on other parts of Microeconomics than Theory of the Firm, you are welcome to choose Second Subject - Economics instead. 

Second Subject - English A: Language & Literature

In this option, we will concentrate on the skills required for Paper 1 and Paper 2. The option is for both SL and HL students.

Second Subject - English A: Literature

In this option, we will concentrate on the skills required for Paper 1; careful reading of the texts, planning of the response and writing an effective analysis. The option is for both SL and HL students.

Second Subject - History

In this option, we will concentrate on the skills needed for Paper 1. In addition, there will be help on essay writing for Paper 2. The option is for both SL and HL students.

Second Subject - Mathematics Analysis & Approaches SL

In this option, we will review key elements from Topics 1-3 of the Mathematics AA SL syllabus - Exponents, Logarithms, Circular Functions and Trigonometry.

Don't forget to bring your calculator!

Second Subject - Mathematics Applications & Interpretation SL

In this option, you will review key concepts from Topics 1-3 in the Mathematics AI SL syllabus – Exponents, Logarithms, Trigonometry

Don't forget to bring your calculator!

Second Subject - Physics

In this option, you will review key items from the core for Physics. This is the part of the syllabus that is common to both the SL and HL programmes. We will concentrate on Topics 3 (Thermal physics), 4 (Waves) and 5 (Electricity and Magnetism). If there is time, other parts of Topics 1-8 may be reviewed.

We recommend that you check the syllabus to understand precisely what this includes. If you are a Physics HL student, you may join, but must appreciate that it will not review Higher Level material.

Please bring a copy of the Data Booklet with you, and an IBO-approved GDC (calculator).

Second Subject - Physics HL

In this option, you will review key items from the Physics HL syllabus. Inevitably, it will not cover as much as the morning class. The focus will be on Topics 3 (Thermal physics), 4 (Waves), 5 (Electricity and Magnetism), 9 (Wave phenomena) and 10 (Fields). If there is time, other topics may be reviewed.

We recommend that you check the syllabus to understand precisely what this option includes.

If you are a Physics HL students, please note that there is also another Second Subject Physics option - although this will not go into the Higher Level material.

Please bring a copy of the Data Booklet with you, and an IBO-approved GDC (calculator).

SKILLS AFTERNOON OPTIONS

These options are designed to support IBDP students in a variety of aspects.

Calculus Review for Mathematics Analysis & Approaches SL

In this option, you will review key concepts of Calculus, which is topic 5 in the Mathematics AA SL syllabus.

Although the option is for Mathematics AA SL students, it is also suitable for Maths HL students who are struggling with the basics of Calculus.

Please note that we will be reviewing the concepts rather than teaching them from the beginning. If you haven’t done derivatives and differentials in class yet, we recommend one of the Introduction to Calculus options.

Don’t forget to bring your calculator!

Introduction to Calculus for Mathematics Analysis & Approaches

This option is an introduction to Calculus, which is topic 5 in the Mathematics AA syllabus. It is suitable for students who have yet to begin or are in the early stages of the Calculus topic.

Don’t forget to bring your calculator!

Introduction to Calculus for Mathematics Applications & Interpretation

This option is an introduction to Calculus, which is topic 5 in the Mathematics AI syllabus. It is suitable for students who have yet to begin or are in the early stages of the Calculus topic.

Don’t forget to bring your calculator!

Extended Essay Workshop

This option is designed for students who want help with the basics of writing their Extended Essay. An IB teacher will explain the process and discuss how to write a successful essay.

You will go through how to:

  • develop a good research question
  • interpret the assessment criteria
  • structure the essay
  • carry out primary and secondary research
  • cite sources and write a bibliography

Please note that the OSC teacher will not be able to comment on your specific essay. 

This option can be taken in conjunction with other 4-hour classes (skill-based workshops). 

International Relations

This option will help both students studying Global Politics and those considering studying International Relations at university. Students will be taught some international relations theories and have an opportunity to discuss how these relate to global politics today.

Mathematics for Physicists

This option is for those students taking Physics HL or Physics SL, but who are lacking confidence in mathematics. The course will go over the main mathematical techniques used in physics, give you the opportunity to practise those techniques, and increase your confidence with formulae and equations.

Please bring your GDC (calculator).

Presentation Skills

Presentation skills are valuable for when you speak to a group, either as part of your IB Diploma Programme or in a professional capacity. This course will give you advice on:

  • what you must do, could do, and don't want to do in delivering presentations
  • how to engage with your audience
  • how to build your confidence

The option will also give you plenty of opportunities to practise your presentation skills.

Study Skills and Time Management

Knowing how to organise your work in class and during private study is essential for effective study, both during the IB Diploma Programme and beyond. In this course you will explore how to:

  • take efficient notes and organise them for ease of reference and revision
  • organise your time, your homework, and other assignments
  • maximise your potential through the best use of your time

The IB Diploma Programme is demanding and requires students to be organised. This course can help you to achieve that goal.

Theory of Knowledge*

ToK is a central component of the IB Diploma. With this option you can:

  • increase your understanding of the knowledge framework and knowledge questions in the ToK syllabus
  • develop your understanding of the assessment criteria
  • develop strategies for writing ToK essays (not presentations)

During the course, you are likely to work with ToK essays from previous examination sessions, but not those for the upcoming examination session.

Please note that the option will not focus on ToK presentations. Many students will have already completed these in the first year of the DP. The separate Presentation Skills option will support ToK and other presentations.

Writing Skills for English A: Literature*

Good writing is a highly-valued skill and the three written components of this course account for 70% of the final grade. This option aims to:

  • clarify expectations for the three essays
  • show you ten skills that can be developed for essay writing
  • suggest further resources for building writing skills

* Please note that options that cover assessable components in the IB Diploma Programme (e.g. Internal Assessments) are designed to develop students' skills and increase their understanding of the work required; students are not provided with direct support for their personal assessable work.

ONE-TO-ONE OPTIONS

Personal Careers Consultation

OSC students can choose to have a one-to-one Personal Careers Consultation, given by an experienced IBDP Careers Counsellor. The session lasts for one hour and is scheduled during your free time.

It’s never too early to start thinking about what you will do after your IB Diploma and how you can use your IB experience in your university applications. This one-to-one session will help you to get started.

In order to make the PCC session as effective as possible, we ask you to fill in a questionnaire ahead of time, to tell the Counsellor what your area of focus is. 

In a PCC you will:

  • discuss your personal ambitions and explore your own career preferences
  • obtain advice on the choice of courses available at universities, how and when to apply
  • review your choice of Diploma subjects and levels together with your extra curriculars to strengthen your application
  • discuss the Diploma grades and/or SAT scores and other tests required for your preferred courses and colleges

The Counsellor will write up a report after the session summarising key points discussed and give recommendations for future steps along with courses and institutions to investigate further.

Private Tuition

Occasionally, students request additional one-to-one sessions with one of our highly experienced IBDP teachers.

Whenever possible, we will arrange these sessions. Please note that 1 - 2 hours of tuition in a subject is sufficient.

The teacher will write a brief report after the Private Tuition session(s), summarising the work covered.

Please note that, in line with IB regulations for the Extended Essay, teachers cannot comment on a student's own Extended Essay work.

Afternoon Options Schedule

 

Week 1

Week 2

Week 3

Week 4

Week 5

SS Biology

 

 

 

SS Biology HL 

 

SS Business Management

 

 

 

SS Chemistry 

   

 

SS Chemistry HL 

 

   

SS Economics 

 

 

 

SS Economics HL 

 

 

 

SS English A: Lang/Lit 

 

 

SS English A: Lit

   

 

 

SS History

 

 

 

 

SS Maths AA SL

SS Math AI SL

 

 

SS Physics 

   

 

SS Physics HL 

 

   

 

 

Calculus Review for Maths AA SL

 

 

 

Extended Essay Workshop

International Relations

 

 

 

Intro to Calculus for AA

       

Intro to Calculus for AI

       

Maths for Physicists 

 

 

 

Presentation Skills

 

 

Study Skills & Time Management 

ToK 

Writing Skills 

 

 

   

SUBJECTS AVAILABLE IN BOSTON

BOSTON MORNING COURSE SCHEDULE

 

Courses123
June / July28 - 35 - 1012 - 17
Biology HLBio HL
Biology SLBio SL
Chemistry HLChem HL
Chemistry HL/SLChem HL/SL
Economics HLEcon HL
Economics HL/SLEcon HL/SL
English A: Language & Literature HL/SLEng A LL H/S
Extended Essay SkillsEE Skills
Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches HLMaths: An & App HL
Mathematics: Analysis and Approaches SLMaths: An & App SL
Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation HLMaths: App & Int HL
Mathematics: Applications and Interpretation SLMaths: App & Int SL
Physics HLPhys HL
Physics HL/SLPhys HL/SL

 

Extended Essay Skills

Everything you ever wanted to know about the Extended Essay but were afraid to ask!

The Extended Essay offers IB Diploma students a fantastic opportunity to study a topic which is of special interest to them. Through your Extended Essay you develop independent research and writing skills, and it also provides invaluable preparation for the academic work you will do at university.

 

Is this class for me?

You might be still struggling with your research question or have completed your first draft – whatever stage you are at with your Extended Essay this class will help you. Our experienced teacher will assess your needs and make sure you get to work on the skills you need most to complete your Extended Essay.

 

What will I learn?

You will learn and develop the skills you need to approach your essay with confidence and enthusiasm – it really should be exciting and fun. Using examples in class you will learn how to:

  • choose your topic and create a strong research question
  • develop subtopic questions
  • plan and structure your research and investigation
  • write an abstract and an effective introduction
  • develop a reasoned argument and write a relevant conclusion
  • take effective notes, plan your time, and be organised
  • create a working bibliography, reference lists, and learn how to cite your work correctly
  • apply the Assessment Criteria to every aspect of your essay from the research question through to the formal presentation
  • avoid plagiarism

 

How will the class be organised?

  • The first part of the morning will be devoted to classroom instruction by our experienced teacher covering the topics listed above. You will also work in small groups to share ideas and evaluate samples of various components of the Extended Essay. 
  • Library Sessions: in the second session of each morning you will have the opportunity to develop your research skills by working in the MIT library. Here you will learn about conducting academic research in a university setting. MIT staff will provide an induction in how to use the resources available in the library, your teacher will set tasks for you and be on hand to guide you. There will also be time for you to conduct your own independent research for your Extended Essay.

 

PLEASE NOTE

This is a skills-based class and whilst there will be time for you to work on your own individual essay the IB rules governing the Extended Essay do not allow anyone from OSC to advise or comment on a student's individual essay.

BOSTON AFTERNOON OPTIONS

College Preparation Course

If you are thinking of going to university in the US then this afternoon course is ideal. It offers a range of topics that will lead to a successful application process. Each week features a visit to a different Boston university where you can tour the campus and ask Admissions Counsellors questions. This course is in two parts – you can either take Part 1 or Part 2, or both, depending on your needs.

  • College Prep Part I runs in Week 1. This covers the basics of the application process and how you can use your IB knowledge and skills to your advantage. It also looks at what it’s like to be a student in the US and the practicalities of finance and visas.

                       Week 1: you will visit Boston College

  • College Prep Part II runs in Week 2 and covers further particulars of the application process – the college essay, ACTs and SATs, and careers counselling.

                       Week 2: you will visit Babson College

  • Friday College Visits Programme allows students attending any of our College Preparation Programmes the chance to visit more colleges.

                       Friday 3rd July: Tufts University

                       Friday 10th July: Boston University

Please note, all our college visits are subject to change, however, we will notify you in advance should a change happen.

College Visits Programme

We are offering all students the opportunity to visit two Boston colleges. The visit will include an admissions session and a campus tour, and you will be accompanied by our experienced College Counsellor. Transport to and from the college by private bus is included.

Friday 3rd July: Tufts University

Friday 10th July: Boston University

If you attend our College Preparation Course you will be able to visit other colleges included in that programme.

Please note, all our college visits are subject to change, however, we will notify you in advance should a change happen.

Explore Boston

Let us help you get to know Boston better with our themed packages of trips and visits, and discover some of the fun and exciting destinations in this town.

  • Historic Boston: one of the earliest European settlements in the US, Boston has always had huge historical significance. It played an active role in the American Revolution in the 1770s, became a haven for Irish Catholics in the mid-19th century following the Potato Famine, and became second only to Silicon Valley as a technology hub in the 1970s. Led by history experts, we visit museums, follow trails, and ride on the excellent Duck Tour to learn all about this fascinating city. This option runs in Week 2.
  • Scientific Boston: with MIT and Harvard, Boston is arguably the best place on the planet to learn about science and engineering. Using interactive activities, local resources, museums, and with access to real research laboratories, we can show you just what can be achieved with the right people, tools, and environment. Maybe it will help you to choose your own future career path. This option runs in Weeks 1 and 3.
  • Engineering Boston: modern engineering encompasses imagination, economy, teamwork, and inspiration. Group activities based on some of Boston’s key structures the historic Charles Bridge, the “Gridley Dam”, and Boston’s tunnel megaproject the “Big Dig” will help you better understand the dynamic role engineers have played in society throughout history. This options runs in Weeks 1 and 2.

Maths Olympics

Improve your maths skills and have fun while you’re doing it! You’ll learn how to think through a maths problem critically and creatively, working in teams in a friendly competition loosely based on some national-level mathematics contests. This option runs in Week 3.

Leadership Skills

Explore some of the key skills you need to inform, influence, and persuade critical if you want to be seen as a leader in the future. There is something different each week you can choose which you want to take or take all three if you like.

  • Convince Me – the art of persuasive writing: how to use your writing skills to convince people of your point of view, present an argument, or sell an idea. This form of writing is widely used in journalism, advertising, pitching, speech writing, project proposals, and presentations. This option runs in Weeks 1 and 2.
  • Speak Up - presentation skills: this is a practical course that will set you on the road to giving knock-out presentations and speeches. It will cover:
    • The dos and don’ts of presenting and public speaking
    • How to engage your audience
    • Tips and tricks that will help you feel and look more confident
    • The best way to get your message across

            This option runs in Weeks 1, 2 and 3.

  • The Great Debate: debating is used in the decision-making processes of all kinds of institutions from politics to business. In this course you will learn about competitive debating. It’s a fun way to improve your public speaking and learn how to argue for or against an idea. This option runs in Week 3.

The Arts - Thrill Me

  • Thrill Me – taking your reader on a journey: what are the ingredients of a good story? How can you make your characters jump out from the page? How can you captivate your reader from the start? Explore different creative genres from fiction, nonfiction, drama or poetry. Maybe you’re the next J. K. Rowling… This option runs in Weeks 2 and 3.

One-to-One Sessions

You can choose to have a Personal Careers Consultation or some Subject Advice* in one of your IBDP subjects – or both.

* Please note that we can normally only offer Subject Advice in subjects that we offer as Mid-IB morning classes in each week. If you would like advice in another subject please contact us first to discuss this with the team.

OSC students can choose to have a one-to-one Personal Careers Consultation, given by an experienced IBDP Careers Counsellor. The session lasts for one hour.

It’s never too early to start thinking about what you will do after your IB Diploma and how you can use your IB experience in your university applications. This one-to-one session will help you to get started.

In order to make the PCC session as effective as possible, we ask you to fill in a questionnaire ahead of time, to tell the consellor what your area of focus is. 

In a PCC you will:

  • Discuss your personal ambitions and explore your own career preferences
  • Obtain advice on the choice of courses available at universities, how and when to apply
  • Review your choice of Diploma subjects and levels together with your extra curriculars to strengthen your application
  • Discuss the Diploma grades and/or SAT scores and other tests required for your preferred courses and colleges

The Counsellor will write up a report after the session summarising key points discussed and give recommendations for future steps along with courses and institutions to investigate further.

 

Schedule

  Week 1 Week 2 Week 3
College Preparation
Course
College Prep I College Prep II  
College Visits
Programme
Tufts University Boston University  
Explore Boston Scientific Boston

 

Scientific Boston
  Historic Boston  
Engineering Boston Engineering Boston  
Maths     Maths Olympics
The Arts   Thrill Me  
Leadership Skills Convince Me Convince Me  
Speak Up Speak Up Speak Up
    The Great Debate


 

TRAVELLING TO CAMBRIDGE

Taxis, airport pick-ups and bus services are available from all London airports.

Trains run from Stansted airport and London St Pancras Station.

We recommend that all students take advice from the British Embassy or Consulate in their country on whether a visa is required to enter the UK. Visa support letters can be provided if required.

We advise departing flights are booked late enough to allow full attendance on the last day. To help manage return journeys, extra nights in college accommodation can be booked.

 

TRAVELLING TO BOSTON

Taxis, airport pick-ups and bus services are available from Logan Airport.

We recommend that all students take advice from the US Embassy or Consulate in their country on whether a visa is required to enter the US. Visa support letters can be provided if required.

We advise departing flights are booked late enough to allow full attendance on the last day. To help manage return journeys, extra nights in college accommodation can be booked.


 

 

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OSC enjoys a longstanding relationship with many Cambridge University Colleges, Harvard and MIT. However, OSC is an independent company separate from the Universities. OSC contracts with the Colleges for the use of facilities, but has no formal connection with the University of Cambridge, Harvard and MIT