Oxbridge - admissions
If you are predicted top grades at A2 you may want to apply for Oxford or Cambridge university, Oxbridge. You will want to consider applying to Oxford or Cambridge alongside your other university choices.
Both universities offer a range of academic courses, and their distinctive atmosphere is based on two particular aspects: the college system, and the tutorial or supervision, in which the majority of your learning takes place in small, 1-1 or 1-2 tutorial sessions with a n expert in your subject.
As you already probably know, there are lots of myths about Oxford and Cambridge: don't take what other people say but find out for yourself whether you'd be interested in studying at these universities. They can offer an intensive and stimulating university environment with wideranging social, sporting and other extra curricular activities and excellent employment prospects on graduating.
They are no more expensive to attend than other universities – with affordable accommodation costs and the standard ‘top-up' fee. For more on university finance see click here for Oxford and here for CambridgeIf you do want to apply to Oxford or Cambridge (you cannot apply to both in the same year unless you are an accomplished musician applying for a choral scholarship), you need to submit your complete UCAS form, including Oxford or Cambridge as well as your other university choices, by OCTOBER 15.
So the earlier you start to research the possibilities, the better.
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