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Do my GCSE grades matter when it comes to University?

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Stonehouse Residential

STONEHOUSE VIRTUAL RESIDENTIAL (INCOMING Y11)

20TH – 24TH SEPTEMBER

The virtual Stonehouse Residential 2021 aims to replicate the detailed focus on teacher and student engagement that is at the core of the in-person programme. Selected schools will be eligible to nominate a class of Year 11 students to receive a day of bespoke talks and raising aspiration activities in late September. Students and the accompanying teacher will need to be off-timetable for the duration of the day that the school is involved.

Trinity REMOTE OUTREACH

Ongoing / Online

For the upcoming academic year, Trinity College will be offering our link schools (Hampshire, Milton Keynes and Isle of Wight) a package of bookable online outreach sessions designed for students and teachers that can be delivered remotely in a safe and flexible manner at no cost to the schools.

WHAT OUR STUDENTS SAY...

I think for me the best part of the residential was getting to know other people who were applying because it reassured me that if I went to Cambridge I would fit in. The lectures were also so interesting and really made me realise that I would love to study at University.”

Sarah, Plymouth, Women in STEM 2019

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APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED. If you are currently in Year 11 (S4 Scotland, Y12 Northern Ireland) you can register your interest for this event in 2022 and we’ll send you an email when applications open.

Christ’s and Trinity Colleges run an annual Women in Maths residential, a unique event for talented young women who want to study Mathematics, taking place in March each year.

Due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, the event will take place through the spring of 2021 as a series of weekly sessions online.

If you are in Year 12 (or S5 Scotland, Y13 Northern Ireland), and think you would like to attend this event, please see the information at the bottom of the page.

Places are subject to students being available for the sessions. Successful applicants will be expected to attend at least 80% of sessions.

What is the Women in Maths Residential?

While there are lots of events run across the country to encourage young women to study STEM subjects, this event specifically targets potential female applicants to Mathematics courses at top universities.

This event is open to women who are interested in studying Maths and related courses at a top university. During the event, you’ll attend lectures and classes taught by Cambridge academics and meet current students and admissions staff. It’s a great opportunity to gain an insight into what it’s like to study at Maths at the University of Cambridge.  Attendees will also have the chance to virtually explore Christ’s and Trinity Colleges, and take part in a range of social activities and other maths-related activities alongside the academic lectures and classes.

The event is entirely free.

Useful links and resources

  • Personal Statements Guide – The Cambridge Students’ Union useful guide to writing a Personal Statement, breaking down a lot of the misconceptions applicants (and sometimes teachers) have about writing a Personal Statement for Cambridge.
  • University of Cambridge YouTube Channel – All aspects of life at Cambridge, from the interview process to the first 48 hours of life at Cambridge.
  • www.applytocambridge.com – The University’s Alternative Prospectus, written by the students, rather than by the staff. It contains a student perspective on each course and college, as well as information that you won’t find in the official prospectus (for instance, how much a drink in the bar costs, how many hours of work you get per week, and so on).
  • Super-curricular suggestions – A selection of suggested reading lists and resources compiled in one handy document. These lists are NOT ‘required reading’ for Cambridge applicants. They simply provide some suggestions for places to start exploring your own interests in your chosen subject independently.
  • Ask-A-Student – Run by CUSU (Cambridge University Students Union). You can send a message and it will be passed on to a current Cambridge Student. Ask about anything; what the food is like at a particular college, what it’s like to learn a language from scratch, whether a particular society exists for an interest you might have, and so on.
  • InsideUni – A student-led project with application advice from Cambridge students including a database of interview experiences.
  • HE+ Access initiative by Cambridge University to promote access to Higher Education. You’ll find online resources for a variety of subjects as well as useful additional reading and information for people interested in applying for courses at Cambridge.
  • Russell Group Website – Guidance for students from the Russell Group (24 of the UK’s top Universities, including Oxford, Cambridge, Manchester, Edinburgh, UCL and many more)
  • Oxford & Cambridge Collaborative Outreach Network – Events and resources from the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford
  • Cambridge Societies Directory – Check out this list of over 700 societies on offer for our students!

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We have a fantastic group of Student Ambassadors who are happy to answer any questions you might have about University and Trinity College or even what the food is like in the Dining Hall. Join in the conversion!

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