You are welcome to come and independently explore ÎçÒ¹Ñ°»¨'s public grounds during college opening hours. Just let the Porters at the Porter's Lodge know you are here, and they will be happy to give you a college map!
In person tours of the more private areas of College, with our Student Recruitment Officer or a Student Ambassador, are additionally available for prospective undergraduate and postgraduate students.
To arrange a tour please email theÌýOutreach and Student Recruitment Officer.
You can also enjoy our excellentÌývirtual tourÌýorÌýtake a with current student, Jake.
Mature Student Application Webinar (Recorded Material)
As part of the University's Applicant Webinar Series, the Mature Colleges delivered a session specifically designed for prospective mature undergraduates in September 2023.Ìý
We walked though aspects of the application process that might differ for mature applicants, answered questions from attendees about College life and making a competitive application, and gave attendees the chance to hear from current mature students.Ìý
You can watch the recording of the session , and access recordings from other webinars in the 2023 Application Series .
Mature Student Webinar Series 2022-2023 (Recoded Material)
In collaboration with the University of Cambridge Admissions Office and the other Mature Colleges in Cambridge, ÎçÒ¹Ñ°»¨ hosted a series of targeted webinars for prospective mature applicants and their supporters, whether applying for the March 2023 deadline, or further on in the cycle.Ìý
The three mature webinars targeted various aspects of the application process and student life, giving attendees an opportunity to ask questions to admissions staff and to hear from current students in live time. Recordings of the webinars are available through the hyperlinks below:
- : An Introduction to Mature Student Applications, the Mature Colleges, Funding, and the March Deadline.
- ÌýUCAS, AdmissionsÌýAssessments and the 'My Cambridge' Application.
- The Interview Process - Top Tips, and How Can I Prepare?
Information about our subsequent webinars from December 2023Ìý- March 2024Ìýtargeting the 2024 mature application round will be listed here in due course.Ìý
University of Cambridge Undergraduate Open Days
The next Undergraduate Open Days are scheduled forÌýJuly 2024, with bookings opening in May 2024.
The Open Days will consist of both in-person and virtual events, and you must Ìýto attend.ÌýWe recommend looking out for the Information Session for Mature Students (more details to come), as well as coming along to ÎçÒ¹Ñ°»¨ for a College tour (including the chance to meet students and see various accommodation options!)
This fully funded outreach programme is run jointly with our colleagues at the other mature colleges, Hughes Hall and St Edmund's. It is for home students looking to complete their first undergraduate degree.ÌýThere was an online element from 2-11 May 2023, and a residential from 5-7 July 2023, which you can read more about
Next year, once again the virtual strand of the programme will offer tailored sessions on applying to university, the value of university, study skills, finance, and on making a competitive application to Cambridge. The optional two-night residential aspect will allow students to immerse themselves in Cambridge life; you will attend departmental visits and a panel sessions with current students, receive individual advice on personal statements, and enjoy activities in the city, such as punting on the river Cam.
For full details of this exciting programme, please visit the Cambridge 21+ page. Applications for the 2024 programme will open around March 2024 and will be linked here in due course.Ìý
STEM SMART Academic Programme
TheÌý, launched in September 2021, offers enhanced learning and encouragement to UK state school students studying Maths and Science at A-level or equivalent.Ìý
STEM SMART provides extra resources including weekly online subject specific supervisions with Cambridge academics, and regular meetings to discuss university life with Cambridge student mentors. The programme welcomes mature students, and is especially useful to those self-studying the A level curriculum. It also features a .Ìý
Any questions you have regarding the STEM SMART programme application process and your eligibility to apply need to be directed to the STEM SMART Team. Contact details can be found .Ìý
Applying to Oxford or Cambridge as a Mature Undergraduate Webinar (September 2024)
You will be introduced to the Mature Colleges at both Cambridge and Oxford, hear about the Oxbridge admissions process, and have the opportunity to ask questions live to admissions staff and current mature students.Ìý
You will also have the opportunity to submit questions to the panellists prior to the session.
Timings and the Microsoft Sign Up form will be posed here in July 2024, and participants will be emailed the TEAMS link prior to the event.
To be notified of future events like these, why not join our mailing list by emailing the Outreach and Student Recruitment Officer?
We strongly encourage all prospective mature applicants and their supporters to sign up to the central Cambridge Admissions mailing list, through which we will be sending a new targeted Mature student update and events newsletter multiple times per year.
Sign up here:
We are happy to arrange bespoke sessions for students and their supporters on request, including visits to FE colleges, or attendance ofÌýHE fairs and other events. We can also put prospective students in contact with a current student in their subject. Please contact ourÌýOutreach and Student Recruitment Officer.