Join Fellows and students from St Catharine's College (commonly referred to as Catz) to find out more about applying to and studying at Cambridge!
These sessions are for students who will be applying to the University in October 2020.
You can sign up to any of the following webinars:
English – Monday 6th July, 3pm
Human, Social and Political Science – Tuesday 7th July, 10am
Geography – Tuesday 7th July, 12noon
Engineering & Chemical Engineering – Tuesday 7th July, 3pm
Natural Sciences (Biological) & Psychological and Behavioural Sciences – Wednesday 8th July, 10am
Natural Sciences (Physical) & Chemical Engineering – Wednesday 8th July, 12noon
Classics, Philosophy & Theology – Wednesday 8th July, 2pm
Modern and Medieval Languages, Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, & History and Modern Languages – Thursday 9th July, 10am
Veterinary Medicine – Thursday 9th July, 12noon
Economics & Land Economy – Thursday 9th July, 2pm
Law – Friday 10th July, 10am
Mathematics & Computer Science – Friday 10th July, 12noon
History, Archaeology, History and Politics, & History and Modern Languages – Friday 10th July, 4pm
Registration to these webinars is on a first come first served basis.
We look forward to speaking to you about life at Cambridge and St Catharine's, and answering your admissions questions.
For more information about St Catharine's, please see our website:
Once you've filled in a session registration form, you'll receive an email with the link to the session and the password.
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