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Undergraduate Study

ҹѰ is a unique Cambridge College for mature undergraduates (aged 21 or older) who have curiosity, creativity, and a desire to make an impact.

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Why choose ҹѰ?

We are one of Cambridge's three , and have an on-site community of around 150 undergraduates. The majority of our students are in their early to mid-twenties, but we also regularly admit undergraduates in their thirties, forties and beyond. There are many reasons to choose to study at ҹѰ, including:

To find out more about our College's unique features, visit our Why ҹѰ? webpage.

Find your subject

You can browse the Undergraduate degree programmes available to study at ҹѰ on our subject pages. Please note that we do not offer Mathematics or Economics.

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Fees and financial assistance

Pursuing an Undergraduate degree at the University of Cambridge can be a significant financial investment, so it's a good idea to start thinking early about what help might be available to cover your and .

The University has a range of available, including the non-repayable . You can find further information about , including tuition fees, living costs, and financial support on the university website.

College funding

In addition to the financial assistance available from the University, ҹѰ offers a variety of scholarships specifically for Undergraduate students. We also provide financial support to our current students in a range of areas, including hardship, travel, language study, sports and music.

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Making an application

Recognising that mature students often have unconventional academic credentials, we look for students with potential and who are best suited to the course for which they have applied. Information regarding academic requirements, how to apply, deadlines, written work, assessments and interviews can be found on our Undergraduate applications webpage.

Please note that additional application information is available for students with disabilities and .

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Application FAQs

You can find a comprehensive list of answers to our most frequently asked application questions on our Application FAQs page.