Application and Admissions

Welcome! This section has information about the subjects you can study at Christ's and about the application process, either for Undergraduate applications or for Graduate applications (the procedures are entirely separate).

You can also look at the College facilities and map of the grounds, see what our students think in the undergraduate student profiles, find out more about the College from the College Life Section or read the excellent websites created and maintained directly by our undergraduates and graduates.

We hope that you will enjoy exploring the College and the opportunities available here.


Forthcoming events (including online)

We hold a number of events through the year for prospective students. If you are interested in an event that we've not yet opened booking for, you can register your interest if you'd like to receive an an email alert when booking opens - see the link for the relevant event in the information below.

Date(s) Event Course type Who can attend? 
29 Sept at 17:00 Subject Matters - The Importance of Post-16 Subject Choices
Please complete the 29 Sept booking form
Undergraduate courses This online session is for UK students in Year 10-11 (England and Wales)/ S3-4 Scotland/ Year 11-12 Northern Ireland, thinking about going to university, and those in this age group outside of the UK who will be taking A-Levels or the International Baccalaureate. 
Teachers are also welcome to watch this session.
27 Oct 2021 Christ's College Online Open Day
Please complete the 27 Oct booking form
Undergraduate Courses This online College Open Day is for students considering a Cambridge application in October 2022 (for Oct 23 or deferred Oct 24 entry). Students from all backgrounds and countries are welcome.
31 Oct 2021


Applications are now open, please complete the application form here. 

Undergraduate Courses A new widening participation initiative from the University of Cambridge to provide free complementary teaching and support to Year 12 (Y13 Northern Ireland, S5 Scotland) UK students considering applying for Engineering and physical science courses at university. Academic and widening participation criteria apply: see the STEM SMART page for further details.
1 - 14 Nov 2021

Postgraduate Open Day
Booking opens in September

Postgraduate courses The event is suitable for those seeking to apply for postgraduate study at the University to provide opportunities to meet departmental staff, explore the Colleges, and find out more about the application process and funding opportunities.
Events in 2021-22 Events in the 2021-22 academic year
Register interest if you've completed Year 11 and will be eligible for these events next year.
Undergraduate courses If you have now completed Year 11 (S4 Scotland, Yr12 Northern Ireland) you can register interest for events that you'll be eligible in the coming academic year (when you're in Year 12). If you do this, you will receive an email when booking or applications open. NB. You can also use this if you've not recently completed Year 11 but are planning to apply to Cambridge in Oct 2022 (for Oct 2023 or deferred entry).
March 2022 Women in Maths Programme Undergraduate courses

This event is for: women studying at a UK school that does not charge fees, who will be in Year 12 (S5 Scotland, Y13 Northern Ireland) in the academic year 2021-22; interested in studying mathematics at university; and who must be studying A-Level Maths and Further Maths to full A-Level (or IB HL Maths: Analysis and Approaches). Full details here and if you will be in Year 12 in 2021-22 register interest here to receive an email when applications open.

July 2022 Christ's International webinars Undergraduate courses If you're considering an application from outside the UK in Sept/Oct 2022 (for 2023 or deferred entry), you can already register interest for the International webinars in July 2022! We'll then send you an email when booking opens.
August 2022 LPN Summer School Undergraduate courses

This annual summer school is for Year 11 (England/Wales; Year 12 Northern Ireland and S4 Scotland) at UK state schools who live in areas where the fewest young people enter higher education. Please read the event page for all details and eligibility criteria.This is a two-year programme, with a summer school in the summers of Year 11 and Year 12. If you will be in Year 11 (or equivalent in NI/Scotland) in 2021-22 register interest here to receive an email when applications open.