Applying to Oxbridge - let alone university - can seem like a daunting process and you might be worrying about where to start. Here we provide a step-by-step process to help you plan your application and submit everything on time, while giving you the best chance of success.
Applying to Oxbridge can seem like a jump into the unknown, especially if you're unsure whether to study a science or humanities subject. Here, we help you make a more informed decision by breaking down what actually happens in the typical day of an Oxford science student.
The content of your personal statement is incredibly important, and needs to be delivered clearly, or its meaning may be lost or obscured. At its best, a personal statement is a concise and individual footprint of your academic interests. At its worst it can be predictable, boring and cringe-inducing. So what are the key things you need to remember about the structure and style of your personal statement?
The prospect of applying to Oxbridge may seem intimidating, especially if you're not sure what the college system involves - or what life will be like there. Here, we break down what exactly an Oxbridge college is.
Science isn't just about research and working in a lab - so if lab work isn't your thing, don't let this put you off studying a science at university. Here are some alternative careers for a science graduate.
The Thinking Skills Assessment (TSA) is being used more widely in Oxford and Cambridge admissions processes to help universities narrow down candidates based on their score. Read our top tips on how to best prepare.
If you haven’t studied it before, Philosophy might seem like a subject that bears little relation to the real world. Students are sometimes apprehensive to study it, but philosophy graduates are incredibly valuable to employers, due to the transferable skills that the subject provides. Here are some areas where philosophy becomes relevant that you might not expect.