So that we can ensure that all Members of the Churchill College community stay healthy and safe, things will look a little different when you next come to College. But you can find everything you need to know on our new Coronavirus Guidance page From the latest research from the University to what you should do if you have symptoms, and from the provision of College services to minimising the risk of transmission, you'll find all the answers to your questions here.
There are three tracks through which you can study Education at Cambridge: Education, Psychology and Learning; Education, Policy and International Development; and Education, English, Drama and the Arts. For more information about these three pathways, see the Faculty website.
A great advantage of studying at Churchill is that you would be in residence on our single College site for the whole of your three years with us. Churchill has all its sporting and accommodation facilities on a peaceful site in large grounds, a few minutes cycle ride from the city centre. Another advantage is that you would study with a wide mix of undergraduate and postgraduate students. The course examines the way in which education meets individual, social and economic needs. If you have a passion for understanding how our education arrangements came to be as they are and to speculate about where they are going, then you will have plenty of students (not studying Education) with whom to discuss latest sound bites.
Churchill welcomes applicants for Education. If your application is successful, you would be accepted by one of the Colleges that takes undergraduates. If appropriate, you could also be admitted as an affiliated or mature student.
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For details about potential A Level and IB offer conditions in your target degree, see our Typical Offers webpage and select your course from the University's Course Listing homepage then check out the "Subject Requirements and Typical Offers" link in the Entry Requirements tab.
For other qualifications, see our Typical Offers page.
We do not use a common format written admissions assessment in this subject, before or at interview.
We will ask you to submit two examples of teacher-marked written work which demonstrate analytical, critical, and extended argument.
For more information and for all admissions enquiries, please contact the Admissions Office.