Trinity’s 2019 University Challenge team takes up the cudgels from Monday 9 September. Team captain is Maths student, Joseph Webber. He is joined on the set by Lillian Crawford, who is returning to Trinity for an MPhil in Film and Screen Studies this autumn, Liam Hughes, who will begin a PhD in Maths in October, and Nadia Hourihan, who graduated with a degree in English this summer. The team describes what it’s like to take part in one of the UK’s most popular television quiz shows.
After Farzana Haque attended a Trinity residential she was determined to apply to Cambridge. 'I’m absolutely over the moon to be going to Trinity College in October! It just feels so surreal!' she said.
Students on the Target Oxbridge programme will visit Cambridge on Tuesday to get a taste of College life, meet students and Fellows, and find out more about studying here.
The 2019 Trinity Bradfield Prize is open for applications from any Cambridge student keen to pursue early-stage ideas and commercialise their research.
Alex Grant is passionate about equipping talented 14-18 year-old students in Bexhill and Hastings to make the best choices for their future – whether that is studying at a leading university or conservatoire, taking a higher-level apprenticeship, or training to be a teacher.