Christ's International Webinars
Online events for prospective undergraduate students from countries around the world.
We run annual Christ's International Webinars to help students applying from outside the UK. These normally include a brief presentation and a long period of Q&A - you will be able to type in questions to be answered by Dr Emily Tomlinson (Director of Admissions) and a Christ's student from your country / from a relevant country.
Register your interest for the July 2022 International Webinars
Last year our International webinars ran from 9 -15 July and we have ones for students from all countries, one for students from EU countries, one for students from Maylasia and Singapore and another for students from Cyprus. If you will be applying ext year and would like to atten the webinars in July 22, you can register interest now, which means that we will send you an email when booking opens.
For now, if you missed the July events, you may also be interested in our 17 September webinar: Christ's College: A look at the Grounds and Facilities (booking open)
Alternatively, if you are planning an application in Sept/Oct 2022 (for Oct 23 or deferred Oct 24 entry), we have an online open day on 27 October. Booking is open here. You may also be interested in our 17 September webinar: Christ's College: A look at the Grounds and Facilities (booking open).
Other online events
There are also further webinars for prospective undergraduate students that you can book in addition to the international webinars:
- The central Cambridge Admissions Office also orgnaises webinars for international applicants.
- See our open days and events page for futher Christ's College online events. NB. For our regular webinars, which we run February - August, we vary the time of day so if one is scheduled that doesn't suit your time zone, you just need to wait for another one - no need to watch in the middle of the night!
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