University of Cambridge

The University of Cambridge is located 50 miles north of London and is one of the oldest and most distinguished universities in the world. Teaching has taken place in Cambridge since 1209 and today there are over 17,000 students at the University, including almost 3,000 international students from a wide range of countries.

Cambridge is one of the most selective of all universities. Only about 25 per cent of all applicants are successful, and of these only about 10 per cent are from outside the UK. While academic strength is a pre-requisite, it does not guarantee acceptance; we are looking for well motivated students who Colleges feel are well matched for the courses they have chosen.

How to apply

To apply, similarly as any other UK university, one must apply online through UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service). Applicants from countries outside the EU must also complete a Cambridge Overseas Application Form (COAF), which can be downloaded above.

In both your UCAS application and your COAF, you should indicate the Cambridge College to which you wish to apply. If you have no preference for a particular College, you can choose to make an ‘open’ application, where your application is allocated by a computer to a College. Please note that affiliated applicants must apply to a College – there is no open application route for affiliated applicants.

The closing date for submitting both your UCAS application and the COAF is 15 October the year before you wish to commence studying at Cambridge.
More about the application process

Student Scholarships and Exchanges

Cambridge University offers a number of student exchange programmes. The two main ones are the Lifelong Learning Programme Erasmus and the Cambridge-MIT Student Exchange. The Cambridge-MIT Student Exchange offers opportunities for second and third year undergraduates of selected subjects to study for one academic year at MIT. Erasmus promotes mobility between European institutions, for staff as well as students. Opportunities for study in Germany, or for German students to study at Cambridge, exist via the Kurt Hahn Trust. Finally, the International Office also helps administer various scholarship schemes, one of the most popular ones being the Cambridge European Trust Vacation Scholarships, which provide funding for travel within Europe.

* Cambridge-MIT Student Exchange
* Erasmus Exchange for Students and Staff
* Kurt Hahn Trust
* The Cambridge European Trust Vacation Scholarships
* Grants for Travel to Iberia and Latin America
* Other Scholarships

Check the scholarship and exchange possibilities

Address
The Old Schools,
Trinity Lane,
Cambridge CB2 1TN
UK

Official Website

6 thoughts on “University of Cambridge

  1. i wish to get admission in any college of cambridge university but unfortunately i have no finance to get my dreams true……………………………………….
    Muhammad Shamoon Anwar
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    1. Dear Muhammad,

      Please note that Mladiinfo does not give scholarships or any financial support, but only informs about different opportunities.

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  2. I am one of the south african who we’re. Dissadvantaged by appartheid however I am still leaving in poverty but last year I started a learnership(forensic science laboratory) which was sponsored by the south african police service. I need to study in this university with all my heart! The best university in the world… More over south africa does not have forensic science in all universities. I humbly ask to be taken in this Scholarship. +27724724017 or [email protected]

    1. Dear Given Mbongeni Mabena,

      Please note that Mladiinfo does not give scholarships or any financial support, but only informs about different opportunities. Click on the direct link to the official page above to apply for the program. For every scholarship you want to apply, you need to provide a list of documents, so do check what you need to have.

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  3. I am from The Bahamas. I will love to study Law at your university,but I just saw where you stated that "the closing date for submitting both your UCAS application and the COAF is 15 October the year before you wish to commence studying at Cambridge." Please help! I would like to start college next year September. I am graduating high school in June, 2013.

    1. Dear Mekisha,

      Please note that this is the Mladiinfo website, which serves as a portal for information on free education. For all your concerns please direct to the responsible contact persons. As well, if you have missed the deadline, you might not be able to apply after the deadline except if the university do not postpone the deadline. However, for any clarification direct to the official website/contact persons.

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