Think about it
Whatever your background, circumstances or financial situation, if you have the passion – and potential – then we’re here to support you. We have programmes, partnerships and a stack of advice to help you take that next step. So what’s stopping you?
Programmes & Partnerships
WOMEN IN STEM ONLINE RESIDENTIAL
This (online) residential aims to diversify our STEM undergraduates and inform, empower and inspire women and non-binary prospective scientists to make competitive applications to our array of science courses.
The Languages Residential is an immersive, 4-day long programme that aims to introduce highly able students to the benefits of studying languages at university.
Target Oxbridge is a free programme that aims to help Black African and Caribbean students increase their chances of getting into the Universities of Oxford or Cambridge.
For the upcoming academic year, Trinity College will be offering our link schools a package of bookable online outreach sessions designed for students and teachers that can be delivered remotely at no cost to the schools.
How to get in
Trinity College and the University of Cambridge is committed to ensuring that the most capable students, regardless of their school, geographical location or socioeconomic status, are able and encouraged to make competitive applications to the university. Our Outreach team are here to make sure you have all the information you need!
Chat to a student
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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