We sometimes hear students say things like “I won’t bother applying to this university; a lower-ranked university rejected me previously, so I don’t stand
It is said that a picture paints a thousand words and with the UCAS personal statement you have approximately that many words to sell
“The future belongs to the curious. The ones who are not afraid to try it, explore it, poke at it, question it and turn
Deciding where to make your university application can feel overwhelming; after all, there are over 160 universities in the UK, but students make just
Before you can start with the application process, there are a few fundamental questions, chief among which is: what subject should I study? This
When thinking about building a competitive application to universities such as Oxbridge, or others in the Russell Group, you have to ask yourself some
Here’s why you need to start thinking about UCAS applications now, and how to go about it.
Here, one of our University of Cambridge graduates speaks to a prospective applicant about going from state school to Oxbridge.
As universities begin to send out their acceptance letters, so too come the rejections. This moment marks the completion of the first practical hurdle
Aside from the locations, what’s the difference between Oxford University and Cambridge University, and which would suit you best?
Here are some of our study tips to help make the most of the Christmas holidays.
Here are a few key things to pop on that student holiday checklist before heading home for the university holidays.
Here, one team member talks about how she came to study history at the University of Bristol, and what she learned.
Recent government policy has taken a focus on the idea of “levelling up”, but what is it that needs to be done to make this a reality?
What are The Russell Group universities and what do students need to know about them?
Your university accommodation can influence who you meet and how you integrate into student life. Here are some of the things to think about.
There are so many things to think about at school and university, but should you be throwing work experience into the mix as well?
For some, knowing what you want to study is obvious, but for others it’s not as clear. So, how do you choose what to study at university?
When you apply for university, you may have already been thinking about it for a while. Here are some of our tips on choosing the right one.
With so much learning, interacting and living done online, how important is it to visit a university in person before applying?
Once that initial buzz of starting uni has passed, what can you expect in your first term at university?
The UK education system has a longstanding history of being one of the best and most popular in the world. So what makes them so popular?
With the cost of tuition fees and accommodation it’s reasonable for some students to question whether university is the right route for them. Here’s what you need to know.
Businesses are dependent on the people who work for them, so to attract and keep good people, could professional training, upskilling and reskilling be the answer?
It’s not just what we learn or the importance of learning itself that is evolving, but how we learn as well.
As we head into a new academic year, we are all excited to embrace a greater level of normality at university, but what do students worry about?
To really make progress we have to have a little time and space to let our imaginations run wild and to nurture new ideas.
Going back to university as a mature student, or retraining, can be professionally beneficial and personally fulfilling.
The path to studying overseas is paved with stepping stones, and a helpful roadmap can come in the form of ‘pathway programs’.
The CamVision team discussed applying for Natural Sciences at Oxford and Cambridge Universities, with two former students.
The summer holidays can be a great opportunity to explore the subject you want to study at uni and enhance your personal statement. Here are a few suggestions.
No, ‘supra-curricular’ isn’t just an upgraded term for ‘extra-curricular’. Supra-curricular activities relate to your academic subjects, and especially the ones you’re likely to take exams in.
People are telling you ‘do supra-curricular activities’, but what does that mean and are they really worth it?
Preparing for university needs nurturing as part of a holistic educational experience. That’s why we created our University Mentoring Scheme.
The University of Cambridge offers equal opportunities regardless of race, gender or background. Here are some top questions answered.
Following the publication of A World Without Work, Education Week discussed the future of work with author Daniel Susskind.
If you’re studying or going to study at the hallowed Cambridge University, how can you spend your downtime to make the most of the location as well?
Whether you’re heading to Oxford next year or making the most of this one, it’s a chance to expand your horizons and even have a little fun.
After 12 months of change, what lessons will continue to shape the pace of change and what trends are shaping the learning landscape?
What are the differences between the University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge and which one would suit you best?
Business Development Associate, Sarah, explains some of the most valuable lessons she learned whilst doing Chinese Studies at the University of Cambridge.