Online Q&As and Schools Liaison

Churchill wants to receive applications from academically brilliant students, irrespective of the background they come from. We work closely with such students – as well as their schools, colleges, and supporters – to ensure they get the best possible information about what we offer and our admissions process.

Online Q&A Sessions

Information about our regular free online live presentations and question and answer sessions that variously feature our Admissions Tutors, Widening Participation Officer, and current undergraduates will be made available here. All are welcome so please sign up at the link below to receive attendance details for upcoming sessions:

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TOPICFORDATETIME (UK)
Personal statements and admissions assessmentsYear 13s (applicants for 2023 entry)Wednesday 17 August17:00 – 18:30
Personal statements and admissions assessmentsYear 13s (applicants for 2023 entry)Thursday 25 August18:30 – 20:00
Personal statements and admissions assessmentsYear 13s (applicants for 2023 entry)Tuesday 30 August17:00 – 18:30
Personal statements and admissions assessmentsYear 13s (applicants for 2023 entry)Wednesday 7 September19:00 – 20:30
Q&AYear 13s (applicants for 2023 entry)Wednesday 14 September17:00 – 18:00

 

Note that we sometimes offer sessions on the same topic at different times because we know that different times suit different people. The content in such repeated sessions is the same so there’s no need to attend more than one, unless you want to. Please note that our online sessions are not recorded by us and they should not be recorded by you (or anyone else).

Schools and Colleges Liaison

Churchill’s link areas in England are Sussex, Surrey, and the London boroughs of Merton, Sutton and Croydon. We are also the link area College for Mid- and South-Wales, and are the proud co-authors of the University’s Applying to Cambridge from Wales webpage.

We especially welcome contact from students, teachers, and supporters at all secondary schools and colleges in these link areas. However, we are – of course – open to all inquirers.

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APPLICANT SUPPORTERS

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