What is studying your subejct at university level really like? Credit: Laurence Livermore
Booking has opened for the February Year 12 Saturday Masterclasses in Cambridge. These events provide you with an opportunity to explore topics of interest beyond what is covered within your school syllabus, and offer the chance to experience typical undergraduate teaching at Cambridge.
Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
(If you're interested in languages, consider giving yourself access to languages, cultures, politics etc outside of Europe. You can study Asian and Middle Eastern languages and cultures on their own, or you can comine with a language that you already study, such as French, German, Spanish)
Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion
(Recommended if you enjoy subjects such as Philosophy, Ethics as well as Theology. See Why study Theology?)
(You don't need to have studied Latin or Greek before - give it a try)
- History and Politics
- History and Modern Languages
(You don't need to be studying law at school to apply for Law)
For details and booking, please see the Cambridge admissions website, and for more information about the courses, see the courses section or the King's subject page if you're interested in studying at King's specifically.
If you are at a state school from one of the areas listed at the bottom of this post (but not Cambridge), please read about the link area accommodation scheme if you need accommodation the night before the event. Otherwise, if you need accommodation, this page may be helpful.