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Transcript: The River Cam is the main river flowing through Cambridge in eastern England. After leaving Cambridge, it flows north and east into the Great Ouse to the south of Ely at Pope's Corner. The Fitzwilliam Museum is the art and antiquities museum of the University of Cambridge, located on Trumpington Street opposite Fitzwilliam Street in central Cambridge, England. It receives around 470,000 visitors annually. Admission is free. The University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research university in Cambridge, England. Founded in 1209, Cambridge is the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world and the world's fourth-oldest surviving university. The River Cam University of Cambridge The Fitzwillian Museum Cambridge libraries hold a total of around 15 million books, 8 million of which are in Cambridge University Library which is a legal deposit library. Cambridge University Press, a department of the university, is the world's oldest publishing house and the second-largest university press in the world.Cambridge is regularly placed among the world's best universities in different university rankings. The University of Cambridge Cambridge University Library Located on the banks of the River Cam in Cambridge, it got its name from as many bridge to get to it. Cozy little streets, cafes, canals, parks.... The city of Cambridge is a university city and the county town of Cambridgeshire, England. It lies in East Anglia, on the River Cam, about 50 miles (80 km) north of London.

University of Cambridge

Transcript: Football Boating Basketball Cricket Fencing Lacrosse Orienteering Polo Rugby Squash Rackets University of Cambridge Applying to the University of Cambridge Application University of Cambridge's Impact Overseas fees- Tuition: Five groups based on one's chosen course 1. $23,664 2. $26,390 3. $30,968 4, $36,010 5. $57, 274 College: $9, 072- $10,722 Living expenses: $15, 175 Choosing a College Founded: 1209 Located in Cambridge, England World's leading research university Motto: "From this place, we gain enlightenment and precious knowledge" Acceptance rate: 21.9% (2012) Finance Fundamentals University of Cambridge Cambridge offers 106 courses Arts offered include: Architecture, drama, geography, linguistics, law, modern and medieval languages Sciences offered include: Chemical engineering, aerospace, electrical engineering, standard and graduate medicine, veterinary medicine Natural sciences offered include: Biochemistry, genetics, pathology, neuroscience, psychology Cambridge in Numbers Recommended: Score of 700 or higher on SAT II in one's chosen field Those admitted commonly received an average score of 5 on 5 AP Tests English is a required language Application process: 1. Pick your course 2. Pick college or open 3. Apply online through UCAS by October 15th (or earlier for overseas applicants) 4. Those with a chance are invited for an interview (80% of applicants) 5. Decision is made by academics Sports Clubs Courses An application should entail: an academic record school references personal statement written work scores on required tests contextual data performance on interview

University of Cambridge

Transcript: WHERE?:Cambridge,England (very close to London) Fact: One of the best universities in the world and top in science FACt:The total student population was 18,707 in 2009-2010. BY: TANVI J. Room and Board: the textbooks can be found in one of the 114 libraries Corpus Christi College COSTS: -high prestige -VERY famous alumni(Charles Darwin) -high student satisfaction -academic and historic atmosphere -access to wide-ranged learning resources and modern facilities, -with 114 libraries and 9 specialist museums and collections. Tuition: Cost varies per college,but living costs are approximately, £7,170=$11,187* "A college is where students live, eat and socialise It is also the place where students receive small group teaching sessions, known as supervisions.Each college is an independent institution with its own property and income. The colleges appoint their own staff and are responsible for selecting students, in accordance with University regulations. The teaching of students is shared between the Colleges and University departments. Degrees are awarded by the University."* *conversions taken on 12/6/11 King`s Lucy Cavendish Magdalene Murray Edwards Newnham College Pembroke Peterhouse Queen`s Robinson St Catharine's St Edmund's St John's Bulldogs and Cambridge BLUE Mascot &Colors Other Fees: http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/ http://www.cam.ac.uk/ Selwyn Sidney Sussex Trinity Trinity Hall Wolfson (Department of Engineering) Christ's Churchill Clare Corpus Christi Downing Emmanuel Fitzwilliam Girton Gonville & Caius Homerton Hughes Jesus All of the 29 colleges in Cambridge *http://www.eng.cam.ac.uk/admissions/guide/requirements.html Why Cambridge?: "Admission to the Engineering course at Cambridge is highly competitive, both in terms of the numbers and quality of applicants."*First,you apply to a college with the course you wish to learn in mind.If they accept you, you will begin to learn the course you want. Lucy Cavendish College £18,000=$28,083.04*- overseas engineering student tuition fees per year 2011-12 Colleges: Time to Enter (the application process) *From http://www.cam.ac.uk/univ/ Magdalene College

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Transcript: Per year for all courses £9,000=$10,060 Year abroad £1350=$15,09 Colors: Cambridge blue -There is an annual rowing competition against Oxford. -Some students run a blog on what it's like living/attending Cambridge. -Stephen Hawking graduated from Cambridge and is currently director of Research at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (DAMTP) and Founder of the Centre for Theoretical Cosmology (CTC) at the University of Cambridge. -Acceptance rate of 21.99% Group 1 Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic; Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Economics; Education; English; History; History of Art; Human, Social, and Political Sciences; Land Economy; Law; Linguistics; Modern and Medieval Languages; Philosophy; Theology and Religious Studies £15,063=$16,838 Group 2 Mathematics £16,800=$18,779 Group 3 Architecture, Geography, Music £19,713=$22,035 Group 4 Chemical Engineering, Computer Science, Engineering, Management Studies, Manufacturing Engineering, Natural Sciences, Psychological and Behavioural Sciences £22,923=$25,624 Group 5 Medicine and Veterinary Medicine (both Pre-Clinical and Clinical training) £36,459=$40,755 Majors/Courses Lord Sainsbury of Turville -Elected in a ballot of the Senate in October 2011. -The Chancellor is responsible under the Statutes for adjudicating in certain disputes, and is Visitor of many Cambridge Colleges. OVERSEAS STUDENTS EU/UK STUDENTS Cambridge offers more than 50 studies/majors. Location/History Campus/Housing Options Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Architecture Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Classics Economics Education English Geography History History of Art Human, Social and Political Sciences Archaeology Biological Anthropology Politics and International Relations Social Anthropology Sociology Land Economy Law Linguistics Management Studies Modern and Medieval Languages French German Italian Portuguese Russian Spanish Music Philosophy Theology and Religious Studies Cambridge offers you a room/accommodation that you have to pay monthly, weather its in a single room in the halls or a college-owned flat or house . Sports/Activities University of Cambridge Single/double room* £300-650=$335-725 Studios and bedsits £550-750=$614-837 1 bedroom flats £700-850=$780-949 2 bedroom flats/houses £800-950=$893-10,60 3/4 bedroom houses £950-£1500=$10,06-16,75 Top 3 Interests English Law Philosophy An annual boat race against Oxford, considered the most exciting time of year. Cambridge was started in 1209, by scholars that fled from Oxford. By 1226 the scholars were big enough to set up an organization, represented by an official called a Chancellor, and seem to have contrived regular courses of study(classes), taught by their own members. Tuition Chemical Engineering Computer Science Engineering Manufacturing Engineering Mathematics Medicine Medicine (A100) course Graduate Medicine (A101) course Natural Sciences Astrophysics Biochemistry Biological and Biomedical Sciences Chemistry Genetics Geological Sciences History and Philosophy of Science Materials Science Neuroscience Pathology Pharmacology Physical Sciences Physics Physiology, Development and Neuroscience Plant Sciences Psychology Systems Biology Zoology Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Veterinary Medicine Cambridge, England The Old Schools, Trinity Lane, Cambridge CB2 1TN, United Kingdom Chancellor Amateur Boxing Club Association Football Club Women's Association Football Club Archery Club Athletics Club Badminton Club Basketball Club Women's Basketball Club Boat Club Women's Boat Club Canoe Club Cricket Club Women's Polo Club Powerlifting Club Real Tennis Club Revolver & Pistol Club Riding Club Rifle Association Rugby Union Football Club Women's Rugby Union Football Club Rugby Fives Club Rugby League Ski and Snowboarding Club Small Bore Club Squash Rackets Club Swimming and Waterpolo Club Table Tennis Club Triathlon Club Trampoline Club Volleyball Club Yacht Club Interesting Facts

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