Learn more about the subjects offered at the University of Cambridge: a selection of suggested reading lists and resources from departmental and College websites, other universities and sources on the internet.
Interactive webinars delivered by the Oxford and Cambridge Collaborative Outreach Network.
Read the University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus, download the PDF or order a paper copy.
Read the University of Oxford Undergraduate Prospectus, download the PDF or order a paper copy.
Advancing Access provides a variety of CPD resources and online events for teachers and advisers to help them support students’ progression to leading universities.
Sign up to the Oxford Teachers' E-Newsletter for regular updates on the Oxford admissions process and outreach activities available to you and your students.
Our online Teachers' Newsletter keeps teachers and HE advisers up-to-date on events, the latest admissions news, and resources for students. Regular feature articles explore admissions, the University, and current topics.
The Cambridge University Alternative Prospectus is written by current students at the University, and is designed to provide information about what it's like to be a student at Cambridge. From the social life to student welfare, the subjects to the Colleges, the alternative prospectus aims to give you honest information from a student perspective.
Written by students and for students, Oxford's Alternative Prospectus provides information about being a student at Oxford and advice on choosing a course and college, finances and student activities and campaigns.
The Disability Advisory Service provides information and advice on disability issues and facilitates support for those with, for example, sensory or mobility impairments, long-term health conditions, specific learning difficulties, autistic spectrum conditions or mental health difficulties.
The Disability Resource Centre (DRC) provides a confidential and accessible service for disabled students and those staff supporting them.
Central organisation through which applications are processed for entry to higher education.
The Russell Group’s guide Informed Choices provides students with information, advice and guidance about their post-16 subject choices.
A website with free resources aimed at raising aspirations and attainment in young carers.
The free and independent way to search and compare UK degree courses and universities.
Advice centre for students who have no contact with their family. Find information about support, financing your studies and accommodation options as an estranged student.
A website with clear information, advice and support to guide learners through a range of educational opportunities from short, free, online courses through to higher level learning.
Think Cambridge Law is a blog for prospective Law students. Weekly articles explore topics ranging from admissions and events to career pathways and student experiences.
The resources finder collates supercurricular subject exploration in one place, searchable by subject. The site is maintained and updated annually by Downing College - perfect for exploring subjects outside the curriculum, or finding personal statement inspiration.
A wide-ranging list of books, podcasts, videos and online study options to help students explore different areas of theology, ethics and philosophy of religion. Ideal for all students looking for extra challenge, as well as those applying to Cambridge and wanting to develop their super-curricular interests.
St Catharine's College Admissions Office hosted a webinar for teachers and advisers on the Oxbridge application process (for UK applicants) and what we look for in students. We've made the recording publicly available.
St Catharine's hosted a webinar on applying for and studying Medicine at the University of Cambridge. The full recording is now available. The presentation covers all aspects of applying for the Medicine course at Cambridge. The Q&A session gives insight into: what Admissions Tutors look for in applicants; what current students think of the Cambridge medical course; and advice from a Director of Studies in Medicine on interviews and personal statements.
Gonville & Caius have just launched, in collaboration with the Access Platform, a new facility by which prospective applicants, in particular those from backgrounds with less historical representation at Caius and Cambridge, are able to chat online with current undergraduates. Are you a prospective applicant? Say hello to our students and ask them questions about their time at Caius, applying to Cambridge, their subjects and their application journeys.