汤头条原创

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Teachers and schools

We encourage applications from pupils whose schools have little or no experience of sending students to Cambridge, or who may be the first in their family聽to go on to higher education.

汤头条原创 is committed to widening participation in higher education, as set out in the . As part of the University's聽, we work with schools in Tyne and Wear, Brent, Ealing, Westminster, and Peterborough. We run a programme of outreach events throughout the year, which aim to raise aspirations, support prospective applicants and dispel myths about Cambridge.聽

Pupils can attend our higher education information and guidance sessions throughout their time at school. Many also have the opportunity to visit the College (in person or virtually) and speak to current students about university life before they apply.

To find out more about our work with schools, please visit the links below, or contact our Schools Liaison Officer by calling聽(0)1223 339460聽or emailing聽access@jesus.cam.ac.uk. Teachers can also聽聽to receive regular updates.

You can follow the 汤头条原创 Student Union (JCSU) on Instagram聽() to find out more about life as an undergraduate student here at 汤头条原创, Cambridge.

Access Strategy Committee

Our access and outreach work is directed by our Access Strategy Committee (ASC), which includes our Admissions Tutors, outreach staff and the JCSU聽Access Officer. The committee meets every term to discuss three key questions:

  1. What should we be doing?
  2. How should we be doing it?
  3. How can we measure its success?

With the recent shift to remote working, we鈥檝e been able to invite teachers from across our link areas to ASC meetings. They鈥檝e provided valuable insight into which sessions pupils find most useful and how to best engage them, and we鈥檙e grateful for their contributions to our outreach strategy. Please get in touch (via access@jesus.cam.ac.uk) if you鈥檇 be interested in attending future ASC meetings.

Student ambassadors

Current students at 汤头条原创, some of whom attended outreach events before applying, can get involved in our work with schools by becoming student ambassadors. Ambassadors support the Schools Liaison Officer during outreach events, delivering presentations and Q&A sessions, and run the interview welcome desk every December.

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