Free online sessions to support Year 13 students with their university applications
Churchill College Cambridge, in association with Croydon Council, will be running two free online sessions in the autumn term to support Year 13 students in their university applications.
These sessions are aimed at Year 13s planning on applying to competitive academic universities. They are designed to help students strengthen the quality of their applications, and to gain knowledge and confidence that will aid them in the process.
The sessions will be run by admissions and outreach staff from Churchill College, Cambridge and will also include time for Q&A regarding the admissions process.
Whilst these sessions are being run by representatives for the University of Cambridge, they will be applicable to any competitive academic UK university course, including those run at Cambridge, Oxford and other Russell Group institutions.
Strengthening your application
Session 1 will be on Monday 27 September, 2021 | 18:30 – 20:30.
This session will look at the admissions processes at top UK Universities, examining how students can strengthen their UCAS application, including the personal statement.
Please note: facilitators will not be able to look at individual personal statements as part of this session.
Preparing for Admissions Assessment & Interviews
Wednesday 20 October, 2021 | 18:30 – 20:30
This session will examine why and how top universities use admissions assessments and interviews in deciding who to make offers to, providing practical advice and guidance on how best to prepare for these aspects of the admissions process.
The sessions will take place online via Zoom and parents, guardians, teachers and school/college careers professionals are very welcome to attend.
How to apply:
Please register at https://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_9sFRFabZko3CdXo.
Links to the sessions will be sent out by colleagues at Churchill College, Cambridge via email at least 24 hours in advance.