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What Are The Benefits To Studying Abroad?

For some, the prospect of leaving their mother country to study abroad is a daunting one, while for others it can seem like an exciting opportunity. While one decision does of course not fit all, there are countless benefits to studying abroad, and here are just a few of them: You’ll
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Why Should You Choose A Degree In The Sciences?

Selecting a degree to study is a big decision for anyone to make, no matter how confident you are in your abilities, or how certain you are of what career path you want to follow. Choosing a degree in the sciences is a popular choice for many students, so let’s look in a little more d
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5 Top Tips For A Successful University Application

Completing your university application can be a nerve wracking time, and even if you don’t put yourself under copious amounts of pressure, oftentimes your family members certainly will! One way of helping the whole thing run more smoothly, and to reduce your stress levels as much as p
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Could A Mentor Help You With Your University Application?

Mentors can be incredibly useful tools in many fields, whether it be from a personal or professional perspective, and many people use them to help find a new career, or progress in their current one. While some use the term ‘coach’ in place of mentor, there is in fact, a difference be
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#StudyingatOxford – Physicist

Student Profile: Oxford Physicist How do you typically fill your days? My typical day usually begins at around seven in the morning when I wake up and go for a short run around the University Parks before having breakfast. During the week, I have lectures before lunch. Typically, I ea
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#OxbridgeEngineering – Approach to Engineering Applications #OxbridgeApplications

University preparation – One of our Tutor’s systematic, no nonsense approach to the Engineering Application at Oxbridge: Having decided that the course and the university were ideal for me I tried everything I could: – I scored as high as possible in all exams by wor
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#OxbridgeEngineering – Course Experiences

Experience of life in Cambridge doing Engineering at Pembroke: The engineering course was everything I had hoped for, and possibly more work than I’d hoped for (be warned). I was unusual in being fascinated by all fields of engineering so much so that in third year I continued w
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#OxfordMedicine #OxfordUni – Clinical Medicine – A day in the life #medicalstudent #oxbridgeadmissions

A day in the life – 5th year medical student As a 5 th year medical student my day to day is very different from in the first few years, but it is important to think beyond undergraduate when choosing where to apply. The clinical half of the course is very varied depending which
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UK University applications falling, #Oxbridge rising #UCAS @ann_yip @cherwell_online

It is reported that applications to UK universities for the academic year 2014/15 have fallen 4% while applications to Oxford and Cambridge Universities have risen. The University of Cambridge received more than 16,500 applications for 2014/2015, the highest number since records began
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#Oxbridge Admissions: Current views #Oxbridgeinterviews #UCAS #Oxbridgediversity @tabcambridge @cherwell_online

A set of interesting articles from both the New Statesman and the Guardian in the annual news pieces which give their thoughts on the admisisons process. Populated by a plethora of Oxbridge-educated journalists, the various publications try to dissect or undermine the admissions proce
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