We offer a range of online sessions for prospective applicants, providing information and an opportunity to have your questions answered.
We don't have rules about who can request a place at these meetings, but as guidance, we recommend any time from age 16, or the summer after you sit your GCSE (or equivalent) exams. Once we have your details, we'll then send you further information about the meeting.
If you have any questions please get in touch at SLO@kings.cam.ac.uk
Introduction to Cambridge Applications (Y12/equivalent students)
These sessions are an introduction to Cambridge, the collegiate system, and the Cambridge application process. This includes information and guidance around admissions assessments, personal statements, and interviews, as well as an opportunity to get your questions answered. They are designed for students in Y12 (or equivalent). (These sessions typically last 60 - 75 minutes.) The content of each of these sessions is exactly the same, so please only book onto one.
Personal Statement workshop
While the UCAS deadline still seems a long way off, it's never too early to start thinking about writing your personal statement. In this workshop we will introduce all aspects of the personal statement: what things to include, how to structure it and what universities are looking for when they read your personal statement. (These sessions typically last 60 - 75 minutes.) The content of each of these sessions is exactly the same, so please only book onto one.
Tuesday 22nd August, 5pm: Register here
Sessions for schools
If you are a school interested an alternative online provision to our usual in-person activities, please do get in touch (firstname.lastname@example.org) so we can discuss options with you. Additional information can also be found on our Schools Liaison Initiative webpage (linked below).