Common Oxbridge Questions
A shortlist of the most frequently asked questions on applying to study at Oxford or Cambridge. For more information about applying at undergraduate or postgraduate level, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK London today.
Conditional offers at A-level range between A*A*A and AAA depending on the subject. Students of the International Baccalaureate are usually required to achieve a level of performance of 38–40 points.
No. It is not possible to apply to both Oxford and Cambridge in the same admissions round.
Candidates are judged by how well they can think for themselves academically, and how exciting a prospect they would be to teach.
Economics at LSE and Economics and Management at Oxford are among the best for getting a job in financial services, but generalisations can mislead. King’s College London is the largest centre for healthcare education in Europe and London Business School offers the best MBA.
Yes, because the colleges are very different. For example, some take in far more international students than others.
No, the universities are going to huge lengths to widen access to candidates from non-Oxbridge backgrounds.
The tutorial system is a particular advantage of Oxbridge, but it is by no means suited to all potential students. Students at Oxford and Cambridge benefit from highly personalised teaching time with experts in their field. Oxford refers to these sessions as “tutorials” while Cambridge calls them “supervisions”.
An MBA at the London Business School will cost £64,200.
Without exception. You will need to succeed at an interview to be offered a place.
Your samples of written work, reference, aptitude test scores and personal statement make the most difference.
October 15th of each year.
Unfortunately we cannot, but we will do our very best.