The Pembroke-King’s Programme (PKP) is a full six-week direct enrollment summer term at the University of Cambridge. Students live at either Pembroke College (founded in 1347) or at King’s College (founded in 1441). The Programme offers over forty undergraduate courses, on subjects as diverse as Gothic Architecture, English Literature, Behavioural Economics, and Political Philosophy.
The PKP is the flagship study abroad experience of the Honors Program at BYU. Honors students are well-prepared for the academic rigor of the University of Cambridge, and they are prepared to take full advantage of the experiential learning opportunities available outside of the Cambridge classrooms.
The city of Cambridge is a beautiful and fascinating place in which to live, work, and study. Students can look forward to punting on the River Cam, attending choral performances, sampling the delights of the Cambridge Shakespeare Festival, participating in High Tea and Formal Hall, and making lifelong friends among the over three hundred fellow participants on the programme, all coming from the best universities in the world.