Applying in Oct 2024?
It is now too late to apply for Oct 2024 entry, but if you are considering an application in Oct 24 for October 2025 (or deferred Oct 26) entry, UCAS will open for applications in early Sept 2024 and you'll need to apply by 15 October 2024. Do sign up for our next College Open Day or Cambridge for Beginners to find out more.
Country specific pages!
We're building up our pages for EU students with country-specific information. So far we have pages for students from Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden. If you would like a page for your country, or would like us to further develop the information on your country's page, do get in touch with questions / facts that you would like it to cover!
All ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó interviews for students applying in Oct 2024 will be online
At ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó we interview both our UK students and our international students online.
Booking for our annual international webinar
Booking is not available yet but you can
Book / register interest for webinars & open days
We have lots of events through the year. Do book a place on regular webinars such as ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó College: A look at the Grounds and Facilities or Cambridge for Beginners!
The next open day details can be found here. We recommend also .
See the events page for more!
Application deadline has passed for Oct 2024 entry!
The 15 October application deadline has now passed for Oct 2024 entry! Students who have applied should now go to the current applicants section (and the how to apply page is also useful), This section will guide you through the next steps!
New student profiles!
- Anna from France (though went to school in Germany)
- Oliwia from Poland (though went to school in Switzerland)
- Mikkeline, Martin, and Nina from Denmark
Essential test registration deadlines
You may be aware that some courses have a compulsory admissions test (you can check by reading the subject page). Of these
- some tests require registration in September (and you'll sit these at a test centre in your country)
- some test are "College registered", which means you only sit them if you are invited for interview, and the College will automatically organise it for you if you're invited for interview (you sit these tests remotely)
Please read the applying section on the relevant subject page to check the exact dates for your course.
Student finance for EU students
The key website to read about finance is (The UK Council for International Student Affairs)
See in particular Who Pays 'Home' fees for Higher Education in England?
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Exploring ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó online
If you have a look at the Grounds and Facilities section on this website, you'll find lots of info and pictures of the College. It may help to look at the College map and to start with the grounds - First Court, Second Court, Third Court, New Court and the Fellows' Garden. There's a page on ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó facilities including sub-pages on the Hall, Canteen, Working Library, Old Library, Law Library, Chapel, Theatre, swimming pool, squash court, and boathouse. There's a page on accommodation, gym facilities, and we also have a "made-from-home" film where our students talk about the College:
We also have a regular webinar called ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó College: A Look at the Grounds and Facilities, which runs about once a month February - Sept. Information and booking is here.
The application process for EU students
We have a how to apply page and international application support for more detail. We recommend registering for our international webinar for support, as well as an online College open day. You may also like to attend some of our regular webinars.
Financial support for EU students
EU students will be eligible to apply for ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó College International Awards. These awards are worth Â£10,000 per annum and may be accompanied by a full or partial waiver of the College Fee (currently Â£10,290 per annum). More information is available on our page on international financial support, and the ÓÐÁÏºÐ×Ó International Awards can be held alongside other scholarships.
UK Nationals living in EU/EEA countries
UK nationals living in the EU/EEA will qualify for Home Fee status until 2027. If you think this might be relevant in your case, please read the (there is a section under the heading 'Returning to the UK for study').
If you do not have a UK passport but think that you might be able to get one, this may be worth looking into:
Applying for a visa
EU students will normally need a student visa to study in the UK. We help our offer holders with the process for this, providing information in our offer holders section, and collecting the documents needed for the University to issue your CAS in the final months before you start and once you have met all of the conditions of your offer. Offer holders have access to the university's Visa Advice Service and there is normally webinar in June to explain the process and answer any questions that student shave about getting a visa.
If you will be studying Medcine, note the following additional information from the : After graduation, when you start the Foundation programme (see ) you should switch from your student visa to a Tier 2 Visa which allows three years from the point of arrival. The immigration health surcharge is being scrapped for healthcare workers and so you would be covered during Foundation.