Posts in Oxbridge
Ivy League or Oxbridge: Can you do both?

In their penultimate school year, many students find themselves considering an application to Oxbridge as well as the Ivy League universities in America. With Oxford and Cambridge ranked No. 1 and 2 in the world by Times Higher Education, and Ivy Leagues’ Stanford, MIT, CIT, Harvard, Princeton and Yale, directly behind, it’s not hard to see why it is a difficult choice for high performing students. But is it possible to do both?

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Studying a Mathematical Subject: An Oxford Physics Master's Graduate's View

In some ways, Maths and Physics, being the most mathematical of the sciences, are the easiest subjects to learn. Oxford Physics Master’s graduate, Sanjay, explains the benefits of higher level mathematical study and the essential study skills required to succeed.

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Applying for Medicine at University? Is Oxbridge for you?

Thinking of applying to Oxbridge for medicine? u2 mentor, Síle (PhD in Cancer Therapy, current Graduate Medicine student, University of Oxford), demystifies the Oxbridge admissions process.

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A Philosophy Student's Must-Read: How Immanuel Kant Solved One of the Greatest Dilemmas of All Human Thought, and How it has Impacted All Knowledge Since.

How do we attain knowledge of the world? What conditions must be satisfied in order to have any knowledge at all? Kant’s answer to this question, and the consequences of his answer, form his ‘critical philosophy.’

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How to Dazzle at Interview: An Oxford Psychology Graduate and DPhil Psychiatrist's View

Interviews can seem scary and hard to prepare for as you never quite know what to expect. However, they are extremely important, with many selections for school and university applications made almost entirely on interview performance alone. Luckily, there are a number of things you can do during the interview and in preparation that can really help you stand out.

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