Earlier this year, the coordinators of the Cambridge Foundation Year answered our questions about this brand new programme. You can find their answers in this blog post 🔗 🌟.
Now, with applications for the Foundation Year programme open until January 2022, we’d like to share some resources and applicant support events being organised by the programme coordinators over the next few months. These will be invaluable resources for anyone considering applying to the Foundation Year!
Designed to help prospective students navigate the application process, this programme includes a monthly newsletter containing helpful guidance; a monthly webinar following the different stages of the application process; and regular Q&A sessions with staff and students from Cambridge. Find out more and sign up here 🔗.
Sign up for the Foundation Year online open evening, to be held on Wednesday 29th September 2021 at 16.30. This will be a fantastic opportunity to find out more about the Foundation Year and ask questions of the coordinators and current Cambridge students. Sign up here 🔗 🌟
Focusing on an important part of the application process, this webinar aims to shed some light on what a personal statement should include and how to tailor it to this varied and exciting programme. It will be held on Wednesday 20th October 2021 - sign up here 🔗
The Supplementary Application Questionnaire (SAQ) is another element of the application process and helps the admissions team understand more about why you want to study on this programme. This webinar will be held on Wednesday 17th November 2021 and will explain how to complete the Foundation Year Supplementary Application Questionnaire. Sign up here 🔗.
The channel features lots of informative short videos about the admissions process and the programme curriculum. Videos include ‘understanding your eligibility’ and ‘progression from the Foundation Year to onward study’. Watch the videos and subscribe here 🔗.
If you have any further questions about the Cambridge Foundation Year, email [email protected]