IAYC – The International Astronomical Youth Camp is a fantastic opportunity if a week long summer school is too short but an 8 week internship is too long. Every year the camp takes place in a different European country and is a wonderful way to meet students from all over the world whilst delving into a research project. The camp lasts for three weeks and is so addictive that I have attended 6 camps thus far.
AstroCamp – an academic program for secondary school students from the EU, held in Portugal, August 2017.
ESC – The European Space Camp is located in the Andøya Rocket Range, Norway, for 17 – 20 year olds. Fantastic lectures, group work, rocket launching and excursions up mountains or to the sauna!
ESO – This Winter Astronomy Camp is located in Saint-Barthelemy, Italy, for international high school students between 16 and 18.
Space School – For high school students in the UK, run by the University of Leicester.
Astronomy Camp – An international camp in Arizona.
Alfred University – An astronomy camp in Western New York State, for grade 10-12 students.
Arecibo Observatory Space Academy – A 10 week programme in Puerto Rico for 9th-12th grade students, at the largest radio telescope in the world!
SSP – The Summer Science Program, with generous grants available.
ISSI – Not strictly an astronomy camp, but there are astronomy related projects available as well as activities like stargazing! Spend three and a half weeks in Israel in the summer with the Weizmann Institute of Science.