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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
Interested in biology? Considering pursuing biological sciences at degree-level? Find out more about our Bioscience Scholars’ Programme and our Bioscience Summer Residential 2023.
Find out more about this year’s Year 12 Arts and Humanities Residential (31 July-3 August 2023) during which attendees will grapple with challenging academic themes from a wide range of disciplines, all while sampling life as a Trinity Undergraduate: stay in student accommodation, speak to current students, learn about making a competitive application process, and enjoy a rich programme of evening activities.
Interested in Law? Why not take a look at our two law-related programmes, which will give you insight into what it means to study law at Cambridge and how you can make a competitive application.
Sessions include both sample lectures from researchers in the field and workshops with members of the admissions and outreach team.
With a focus on the Slavonic languages taught at Cambridge (Polish, Russian, and Ukrainian) the Empires, Identities and Language Taster Day will offer participants the opportunity to explore degrees such as History and Modern Languages, which address the intersection of these three overarching themes in a specific regional context.
No knowledge of any languages required
Overnight accommodation will be offered in student halls so that participants can then attend the University Open Day the following morning (6th July)
Want to find out more?
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!
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