This is an aspiration raising activity that will encourage the most able students to set their sights’ on two of the world’s most prestigious universities…
|Course Title||Cambridge Residential|
|Course Tutor||Mark Nelson|
|Duration||2 x full days|
|Target Audience||Year 10, 11 and 12 students|
|Course Description||Student feedback from previous events:|
‘The visit has been very useful in showing how and why you should apply to Oxbridge and it has been especially useful in explaining the application process.’
‘It has helped me to understand university life more clearly and has made me more determined to achieve high grades in order to go to a university.’
This is an aspiration raising activity that will encourage the most able students to set their sights’ on two of the world’s most prestigious universities.
Year 10, 11 and 12 students will stay in Trinity Hall; one of the older and more picturesque Cambridge colleges. They will have a chance to talk to undergraduates and teaching and admissions staff; as well as explore the college and city. There will be two seminars where students can find out more about Oxbridge including the application process, A-level subject choice, student life, course structure and what to expect at interview.
Each school will be able to bring one member of staff and five students.
|Date/s||3 – 4 April 2014|
|Time||Leave 9:00 on Thursday 3 April. Return After 18:00 on Friday 4 April.|
|Cost||Learning Exchange Member and non member fee: £500 per school|