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The Oxbridge programme is the perfect choice for you if you are thinking of applying to Oxford or Cambridge, two of the most prestigious universities in the world. As a college, we have excellent links with both Oxford and Cambridge and organise residential trips, guest speakers, workshops and application/interview support. A minimum of a 3 A Level programme, a genuine passion for your subject and high academic achievement are needed for this enrichment.
Here's a short video about the mock Oxbridge interview evening, an event hosted annually by the University of Hull, open to all second year students who have made an application to Oxbridge.
The times this enrichment takes place varies across each term depending on activities taking place. For example, the course will heavily mirror the early entrance cycle for UCAS with lots of application support during this period. Towards the summer, there will also be trips to Oxbridge.
You will receive detailed information about Oxford and Cambridge universities and their highly competitive application process. You will then be guided through this process to help you make the best application possible and impress at interview.
This enrichment is free. There may be a cost if you'd like to take part in a trip to Oxford and Cambridge. Bursary students would receive support with this.
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