The waiting period between submitting your UCAS application on the 15th of October and receiving an Oxbridge Interview invitation is a nervous few weeks. In this guide, we take you through who gets invited to an Oxbridge Interview, how and when you will find out and where they are held (with some final advice to take home with you).
Supervisions play a large role during your Cambridge studies. Brendan, a current Cambridge Student takes you through what they are like and how to prepare for them.
For Oxbridge applicants, it’s key to understand the UCAS application cycle and to have everything ticked off for the 15th of October. Use our UCAS timeline to see where you are at.
Cambridge has 31 Colleges which students can find overwhelming when deciding on where to apply. Read our guide on every Cambridge College.
With 39 colleges at the University of Oxford, it is difficult to decide which college to choose. Each college has its own history and traditions. It’s time for us to explain Oxford’s 39 colleges. For each college, we cover its size, its alumni, life at the college and why it is famous. The information is up to date!
The UCAT has published the 2021 provisional results, how do yours compare? For those of you who sat the UCAT at the end of July, it must have seemed like an eternity to finally know how you have fared compared to other candidates. Why else would you be interested in seeing the newly released provisional scores? Have a look!
Gap years, some find the break from education beneficial, while others feel that taking a gap year will make it more difficult to return to the academic world. This decision requires planning and consideration. We help you make the decision. We review reasons, advantages and disadvantages, universities’ opinions on gap years and some final tips. Let’s get started.
The UCAS reference and letter of recommendation are the most undervalued parts of your university application. Having a strong UCAS reference and a strong letter of recommendation is advantageous to your application, as it gives admissions tutors a clear picture of who you are as a student. We explain what they are, why they are important and what the differences are.
An Economics degree, from a prestigious university, can prepare you for a wide range of career options. There are almost 80 UK universities offering Economics degrees, which equates to many students entering the economics job market each year. In this article, you will discover the typical career options for Economics graduates that are related to the degree.
The first month of university is an exciting and challenging time. Everything seems to happen at the same time, so how do you make the most of it? This guide to the first month of university explains how to make the most of Freshers’ Week, how to manage your money and how to stay healthy. Let’s get started on preparing for the start of university!
Freshers’ week is a key time for settling into university. To help you through the first few weeks at Oxbridge, Niamh, Oxford student representative (and former first year student), has put together a comprehensive guide to Oxbridge Freshers’ Week. It includes what to expect, how to prepare and how to get the most out of the experience.
What is life as a mature Oxbridge student really like and how do you apply? Brendan, a mature student studying Law at Hughes Hall, Cambridge, writes about his experience as an Oxbridge mature student and answers all your burning questions about university life, the application process, international students, funding and much more.
Oxford University and Cambridge University, but which university is better? Oxford and Cambridge are famous for having law schools with world-class legal experts as teaching staff. Both universities are ranked second and third in the world rankings of law and legal studies universities. We have put together a comprehensive guide that takes you through the different aspects of the two universities.
With over 50,000 university degrees to choose from in the UK, how do you choose the right degree? We’ll focus now on helping you make your degree decision. Choosing the right degree is an incredibly important decision. We’ve put together the main considerations you need to take into account when deciding on your degree.
During your time at university, you will develop valuable transferable study skills that will support your learning, testing and future career. Attending university is an exciting time, you will increase your academic skills. You will develop skills during your time at university, which will make the transition from school to higher education much smoother.