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This page is part of the Christ's College, Cambridge current applicants section. It is relevant if you are a mature applicant, if you are currently on a foundation course or if you are in the first year at university. 

Questions about late forms / documents? Please see the current questions page rather than emailing us.

If one of the following apply, we ask that you send a summary of your course curriculum:

Your curriculum summary should set out the topics you are covering through the year and include information about the amount and format of the teaching you're getting. As a guide, your curriculum details would normally be 2-3 pages, and must be in English.

How to send your curriculum details to Christ's

Please follow these steps to send your document(s) to us.

STEP 1: Please make your curriculum details into ONE pdf file. The file should not be larger than 3MB. If you need help with scanning, we recommend that you ask a friend or relative who has a scanner, or ask the institution that you're attending. 

STEP 2: Please save your pdf file with the file name in this specific format: 
3.1 - Subject (including biological or physical if Natural Sciences) - FAMILY NAME First name - Curriculum details - UCAS Personal ID (with no dashes)

Here's a fictional example: for the fictional Karen Ainsworth applying for Archaeology with UCAS Personal ID 1590178377, the file name would be

  • 3.1 - Archaeology - AINSWORTH Karen - Curriculum details - 1590178377

Note that there is a space before and after each hyphen and there is a number at the beginning.

STEP 3: Please open the pdf on your computer. Scroll all the way through, checking that the document is all there and legible and that all pages are in order and the right way up.

STEP 4: Please use the curriculum details upload tool to upload and submit your pdf.

Thank you for your help in sending your curriculum details following our instructions - it helps us to process everything as efficiently and accurately as possible.


Stage 2: 23 Oct deadlines / Current applicants page / Subject information