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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

In the world of university one institute is prove his excellency on day by day. The name of this university is University of Cambridge. Today we will give the information about admission , courses , tuition fees , living cost , international students and a lot of other information’s about University of Cambridge.  This institute is a idle for all university for there great system and rules for international student’s. and if you want to build your career at abroad then you must should think about this institute.
Let’s come and know the all important info about University of Cambridge.
Introduce to University of Cambridge:-  at below we are giving you the all of basic info about University of Cambridge.
Name :             University of Cambridge
Motto:                         From this place, we gain enlightenment and precious knowledge
Established :    1209
Type :              Private
Endowment :  £4.3 billion
Chancellor :     The Lord Sainsbury of Turville
Location :        Cambirdge , England , UK
World Rank : 7
Undergraduate Courses of University of Cambridge:-   here are the subject and programs for Undergraduate course for University of Cambridge :
·         Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
·         Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
·         Classics
·         Economics
·         Education
·         English
·         Geography
·         History
·         History of Art
·         Human, Social and Political Sciences
·         Land Economy
·         Law
·         Linguistics
·         Management Studies
·         Modern and Medieval Languages
·         French
·         German
·         Italian
·         Portuguese
·         Russian
·         Spanish
·         Music
·         Philosophy
·         Theology and Religious Studies
·         Chemical Engineering
·         Computer Science
·         Engineering
·         Manufacturing Engineering
·         Mathematics
·         Medicine
·         Medicine course
·         Graduate Medicine course
·         Natural Sciences
·         Astrophysics
·         Biochemistry
·         Biological and Bio medical Sciences
·         Chemistry
·         Genetics
·         Geological Sciences
·         History and Philosophy of Science
·         Materials Science
·         Neuroscience
·         Pathology
·         Pharmacology
·         Physical Sciences
·         Physics
·         Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
·         Plant Sciences
·         Psychology
·         Systems Biology
·         Zoology

 Entrance Requirement’s for International Student’s :-
If you wish to apply for an undergraduate place here, you need to be in the top one or two per cent of your year group, and doing very well in the subject area you would like to study.
A Levels, the International Baccalaureate  or equivalent qualifications, covering three or four subjects in depth, are the usual preparation for undergraduate study at Cambridge. University of Cambridge ask for the highest grades in these subjects, and assess students not only on their achievements in these exams, but also on their ability and readiness to join in discussion of their subject.
Typical offer levels for a range of qualifications can be found in the main Entrance Requirements section. If you're studying for a different education qualification, you should check the relevant country-specific information and get in touch as soon as possible to discuss the appropriateness of your qualifications for study at Cambridge. In the first instance you should contact the Cambridge Admissions Office for advice, providing:
·         brief details of the qualifications that you have taken/are taking
·         your achieved/expected grades
·         the subject you're interested in applying for at the University
You'll then be advised on course requirements, further information needed, and how you'll be assessed.
English language requirements:-
If English is not your first language, it is essential that your English language skills are good enough for you to undertake an intensive and challenging academic course that is taught and examined in English. Therefore, you may be asked to achieve one of the formal qualifications listed below as part of the conditions of your offer*
·         IELTS - normally a minimum overall grade of 7.5, usually with 7.0 or above in each element
·         EU students - a high grade in English taken as part of a leaving examination (eg the European/French Baccalaureate, Abitur etc) may be acceptable
·         Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English - grade A or B

International fees and finance:-
Man) at Cambridge there are three costs you'll need to consider. These are your:
·         Tuition fees
·         College fees
You have to prove that you can finance yourself for your entire course as it's not possible for you to work during the academic session to pay your way through the University. Colleges ask for financial guarantees and proof is also required when applying for a visa.
Please note that all students must ordinarily be available to study in Cambridge for the full duration of their course (with the exception of a year abroad, where part of the course).
Tuition fees:-
Fees are higher for overseas students (those from outside the EU and from the Islands) and depend on the course. If you're a national of a European Union (EU) country and you satisfy the residency requirements, then for fees purposes you're usually treated on exactly the same basis as UK students.
Overseas fees (per year) for students commencing in 2013–14
The tuition fees for overseas students commencing in 2013-14 have been approved, and follow a new structure. You should again allow for increases in subsequent years..
Group 1
Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic; Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Economics; Education; English; History; History of Art; Human, Social, and Political Sciences; Land Economy; Law; Linguistics; Modern and Medieval Languages; Philosophy; Theology and Religious Studies
Group 2
Group 3
Architecture, Geography, Music
Group 4
Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering, Management Studies, Manufacturing Engineering, Natural Sciences, Psychological and Behavioural Sciences
Group 5
Medicine and Veterinary Medicine (both Pre-Clinical and Clinical training)

College fees
All oversea fee status (including Islands*) students, and those UK/EU students who are not eligible for tuition fee support (eg because they are taking a second degree), normally have to pay College fees in addition to University tuition fees.
The College fee covers the cost to your College of providing a range of educational, domestic and pastoral services and support. College fees vary slightly between Colleges but are typically in the range of £5,000 to £6,500 per year and you should allow for increases in subsequent years.
*Islands students are students from the Channel Islands and from the Isle of Man.
Living cost’s :-
'Living costs' cover whatever you need to pay for, excluding tuition fees, while you're at university. For example:
·         accommodation
·         food
·         course costs/study materials
·         personal expenses and transport
We've estimated that you should allow approximately £7,850 a year for living costs (though this will vary depending on your lifestyle). This includes for the year:
£2,700-£4,200 en suite
Kitchen facilities charges†
College meals
£3-£4 each
Cheap or free!
† Figures based on an academic year of 30 weeks.
Most Colleges offer accommodation in a range of price bands to suit different budgets. As a rough guide, the rent for a 30-week year for most single study bedrooms is as follows:
·         £80-£120 per week with a shared bathroom
·         £90-£140 per week with en suite
Colleges provide basic self-catering facilities as well as cafeterias/dining halls. Some levy a charge towards the running costs of the College kitchens - the kitchen facilities charge - and then offer meals at lower prices.
·         Most weekly kitchen facilities charges are around £14-£18.
·         Individual meals typically cost £3-£4
·         Many Colleges also have regular 'formal halls' (three-course dinners) that are still great value at around £6-£10.
Part-time work:-
The University takes the view that our students should not work during term-time - it's important that you have an appropriate work-life balance, and we offer a wide range of financial support to ensure you don't have to. However, there may be a few opportunities available within the University and Colleges that are an exception to this, such as working in the College bar, College library or as a student helper during open days.


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