Rafting on the River Cam: The romance of Cambridge you don’t know

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This issue is the last one introducing the G5 universities in the UK. The "guest" we invited in this issue is the University of Cambridge, which has a glorious history of more than 800 years. When talking about Cambridge, what comes to mind is Mr. Xu Zhimo's pen Views of Cambridge, boating on the Cam River, and walking around Cambridge. What is the charm of Cambridge University with such a romantic scene that attracts countless students?

As a member of the G5 elite universities, the University of Cambridge has a lofty academic status and extensive influence in many fields, and has also brought together big names in various fields. In 2021-22, it ranks 3rd in the QS World University Rankings and 8th in the US News World University Rankings . The University of Cambridge divides its undergraduate colleges into six colleges: School of Arts and Humanities, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, School of Technology, School of Science, School of Clinical Medicine, and School of Biological Sciences. The breadth of majors is beyond your imagination, from the Department of Ancient Greek and Roman Languages ​​and Literature to the Department of Theology, from the Department of Philosophy to the Department of Architecture and Art History, etc., there is nothing you can’t imagine, and there is nothing you can’t learn. Physics, law, medicine, accounting and finance, computer science, etc. are all relatively good majors at Cambridge University. Of course, as an institution of higher learning, its admission requirements are also very high.

Undergraduate requirements:

A-level, IB, AP and college entrance examination scores are accepted.

Although the college entrance examination results are taken, the requirements are very high, and the ranking needs to be in the top 1%-2% of each province. A-level usually requires 3-4 courses, with humanities and social science majors requiring A*AA or above, and science majors requiring A*A*A or above.

IELTS: The total score is not less than 7.5, and the individual score is not less than 7.0

Graduate requirements:

Generally speaking, Cambridge requires undergraduate students from 985/211 institutions to have a score of 85-90 or above, and a general IELTS score of 7.0 is ideal (7.0 points). Some majors will consider ordinary colleges and universities. Some majors recommend GMAT 730+ or ​​GRE 325+.

IELTS: The total score should not be less than 7.5, and the individual score should not be less than 7.0. Only a few majors require IELTS 6.5 (6.0)

tuition fee:

The average one-year tuition fee for international students ranges from £21,730. The specific fees can be found on the school's official website.

Oxbridge can be said to be the two most British universities I have visited in so many cities in the UK. The architectural style of Cambridge University is the epitome of British elegance. Studying in such an institution with a long history, you can not only hold books in your hands but You can enjoy the warm afternoon sun on the lawn (although the weather is not great, students cherish every sunny day), and you can also walk around the campus after class to experience the strongest British atmosphere.

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