The University of Cambridge is one of the world’s leading universities, providing a challenging, flexible and individual learning experience.
The University of Cambridge is one of the world’s leading universities, providing a challenging, flexible and individual learning experience. Consistently rated among the top in national and international league tables, the University is globally respected for the quality of our teaching and research, and our students are greatly sought after by employers. *
Cambridge comprises different departments and faculties in various academic subjects and 31 colleges. Out of these 31 colleges, 29 colleges accept applications for undergraduate programs. Within 30 undergraduate courses, Cambridge offers more than 65 subjects. Cambridge has over 23,000 students under its wing from over 140 countries. There are undergraduate degrees in the social sciences, arts, humanities, science, and engineering.
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS FOR THE UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE
UCAS APPLICATION FORM – If you want to study at the University of Cambridge, you must complete an online UCAS application form. UCAS application asks for personal details, academic details, personal statement, and reference.
ACADEMIC REQUIREMENTS – The minimum grade required for the University of Cambridge for NIOS and ISCE is 90% or higher in five or more relevant subjects. For the CBSE board, applicants need A1 grades for five or more subjects. State Board requirements are 95% or equivalent in five or more relevant subjects.
ENGLISH PROFICIENCY TESTS – The overall IELTS score for applying to the University of Cambridge is a minimum of 7.5 band score for undergraduate programs. For TOEFL, the minimum score requirement is 110.
SUPER CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES – Super-curricular activities are a great way to explore your subject in-depth and discover topics you are interested in. They can also help you to confirm that you’ve chosen the right subject to study at University. Super-curricular participation can enhance your personal statement, give you greater confidence in your subject choice, show that you are serious about your area of study, and give you a wealth of ideas to draw upon in discussions if you’re invited to interview. *
LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION – The University of Cambridge requires one letter of recommendation from an academic teacher. This LOR can also be from either your head of the school or a guidance counsellor. Ask for recommendations from teachers who know you well and confidently portray your academic profile, skills, personality, and abilities.
PERSONAL STATEMENT – Your personal statement for Cambridge should not go beyond 4000 characters. It’s a great way to showcase your academic interests, passions, and motivations. You can talk about what you like about the course, your academic strengths, or what makes you a good fit for studying a particular score. Have a detailed personal statement because you can be questioned about it in the interview.
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