Summer is a prime opportunity to take your learning to the next level! KGI is proud to offer several unique summer programs designed to bolster your academic career. KGI welcomes applications from international students.
Keck Graduate Institute (KGI), a member of The Claremont Colleges, offers summer programs for:
KGI’s summer programs will boost your academic career as you prepare for graduate-level studies or a career in healthcare or biotech. These programs will not only help you decide your career pathway—but they are also a great way to gain exposure to the biotechnology, medicine, life sciences, and pharmaceutical industries while improving the skills and qualifications to boost your resume.
The program consists of personalized advising along with support in the areas of personal statement, extracurricular activities, school selection, and interview prep.
The program consists of advising, conversations with healthcare professionals, and guest speakers.
This program provides an opportunity for participants to obtain valuable experience through team projects based on bioprocessing.
The program is a learning opportunity in the process for designing and manufacturing medical devices.
The program is designed to learn more about human genomics, bioinformatics, genetic counseling, and precision medicine.
Interactive classes and activities will provide an introduction to pharmacy practice.
The program will provide participants a chance to actively explore the profession.
The program will showcase the PA profession, possible career paths, and the tools needed to become a physician assistant.
The research program for undergraduates in biotechnology and bioengineering provides students the opportunity for cutting-edge, interdisciplinary research.
KGI offers prerequisite science classes for undergrads. Summer online courses include Biochemistry, Genetics, Human Anatomy, Microbiology, and more.
The program will introduce students to potential careers in biotechnology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and other biomedical industries.
KGI offers unpaid internship opportunities to exceptionally motivated and academically strong high school students to gain hands-on research experience.
A course offered by The American Society for Cell Biology and KGI intended for postdocs, junior scientists, and graduate students.
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KGI’s degree and certificate programs prepare students for careers in three broad areas—research, healthcare, and industry—yet the versatility of many of our degrees allows KGI graduates to work in a variety of settings. Exposure to the biotech and pharmaceutical industries is woven throughout all of our programs, giving students a unique exposure to opportunities. Browse our certificate, master’s, and doctorate degrees now.