“There are many outstanding students in Wales and this report has shown that, if they are to reach Cambridge and Oxford in greater number, we must collectively ensure that they are appropriately encouraged, supported and most of all stretched in the sixth form,” said Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz, Vice-Chancellor of Cambridge University, welcoming the Final Report of the Oxbridge Ambassador for Wales.
Fifteen young people in the care of Cambridgeshire County Council have spent their half-term holidays building a portfolio of artwork inspired by the exhibitions in the University of Cambridge Museums.
Applications to the University of Cambridge rose again in the 2013 cycle to an all-time high of 16,185, according to undergraduate admissions statistics published today.
“My Cambridge,” one of the University’s series of films promoting the unique features of undergraduate life at the collegiate University, has won two IVCA Bronze Awards.
Students from the Herefordshire HE+ consortium enjoyed a two-day residential at Christ’s College last week, including a visit to the Cast Gallery in the Museum of Classical Archaeology.
The 2014 Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences are bringing local undergraduates from both universities back to their home turf, as part of both universities’ commitment to encouraging applications from schools across the whole of the UK.
6th form students from Rotherham and Preston helped the University of Cambridge celebrate its HE+ outreach project growing to 5000 participants.