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For those of you who applied for admission into Cambridge University or are interested in applying at Cambridge, I’m guessing one of the most searched questions on your Google history is, ‘When do Cambridge offers come out?’
To help answer your question, this article will clearly explain all you need to know about Cambridge, ranging from how to apply for admission to how to accept the offer. Carefully read through.
Cambridge University, officially known as the University of Cambridge, is one of the world’s oldest and most prestigious universities. It is located in Cambridge, England, and was founded in 1209, making it one of the earliest universities to be established.
The university comprises 31 autonomous colleges and more than 100 academic departments. Each college is a self-contained community with its facilities, staff, and student body. Students are members of a college and a university and receive college-based and university-wide education.
Cambridge University is renowned for its academic excellence and consistently ranks among the top universities globally. It has produced numerous Nobel Prize winners, including Sir Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, and Stephen Hawking. The university is highly regarded for contributing to various fields of study, including science, humanities, social sciences, and more.
Cambridge is among the top ten universities most often targeted by Britain’s leading graduate employers.
Here are helpful tips on how to apply for admission to Cambridge.
Cambridge ensures that the best applicants are offered a place each year, no matter which College they originally applied to or were allocated to.
The College will assess the application you applied to in your UCAS application or by the College you were allocated to if you selected the open option.
Your application could make a college want to accept you, but they might not. They could also submit your application to other colleges for consideration. Colleges would prefer to admit a great applicant who applied to another college instead of a weaker candidate who applied directly or was assigned to them.
To do this, the school follows processes (known at Cambridge as ‘pools’) where Colleges can:
This means you may get an offer from a College you didn’t initially apply to.
Cambridge gives applicants lots of opportunities to show their strengths and potential. The school considers each application individually, using all of the following information:
The Cambridge Colleges assess all applications. College Admissions Tutors consider all the information available together before making any decisions.
Each application part is essential, but your recent academic performance carries the most weight. Each applicant is different. The parts of an application where an applicant shows their potential can vary.
They don’t consider any part of your application on its own. For example, how well you do in your written admissions assessment is not the only factor determining your application’s outcome.
When an applicant is nearing closer to the decision date (mid-January), their college will typically email them or update their online notice page with some form of message that states the following: “If you have not received a decision letter by (insert time here) on the (insert date here), please contact us.” Therefore, your college’s specific decision letter timeframe may well be told to you closer to the time.
University of Cambridge applicants can expect to receive an email on (January 25) with a decision on their application.
The decision will be one of these things: you’re made an offer, or your application is unsuccessful.
If you are successful, congratulations; you’ve been offered a place for the college you applied to or from a different college due to your application being ‘pooled.’
To accept your offer, you must respond through UCAS and meet the conditions of your offer by the deadline set.
If you decide not to accept the offer, you can notify your College by August 1.
If you’re unsuccessful with your application, don’t let this put you off applying elsewhere. The University of Cambridge offers feedback on unsuccessful applicants on request.
If you are made a conditional offer of study, you must either accept or decline your offer of admission by the deadline stated in your offer letter. This will be 5 weeks from the date your offer was issued. You can respond to your offer via the “accept/decline offer” link on your Self-Service.
If you don’t mind which College you attend, you don’t have to choose. You could make an open application instead.
After the closing date, your application will be allocated to a College. You’ll be allocated to a College that has received fewer applications per place for your course that year.
Making an open application or indicating a College does not make a difference to your chance of being made an offer.
We recommend that you don’t make an open application if you’re a candidate with the following:
Cambridge sends interview invitations out in November. You’ll usually have your interview in December if you’re invited to interview. You may also be invited to a second interview with a different Cambridge College in early January.
Your interview invitation will include details of when and where your interview is, what you’ll need on the day, and how to attend.
Most students interested in applying to universities in the UK usually go through the UCAS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) system. When applying they typically need to provide their records, letters of recommendation, and a personal statement. Occasionally may be required to take additional admissions tests or participate in interviews.
No, Cambridge University and Oxford University (the University of Oxford) are separate institutions, though they share many similarities, including the collegiate system and their long histories.
Cambridge University is located in the city of Cambridge in Cambridgeshire, England. The university’s various colleges and departments are scattered throughout the city.
The collegiate system means that the university comprises individual colleges, each with its administration, staff, facilities, and student body. Students are members of both a college and a larger university. Colleges provide accommodation, meals, social activities, and some academic supervision, while the university offers lectures, exams, and degree-granting authority.
Now that you know when Cambridge offers usually come out, please note there is a deadline to accept your offer, which differs from the deadline to meet your offer conditions. You can find the deadline for accepting your offer in your Certificate of Offer.