In order to apply to Cambridge for 2015 entry (or deferred entry in 2016) you must submit a UCAS application by 15 October 2014.1
Applications to UCAS are made online using 'Apply' (www.ucas.com/apply/), the web-based application package. Click 'Apply 2015' for application for 2015 entry or 2016 deferred entry to the University of Cambridge. Your school or college will be able to advise you about the process. If you've left school or college or are a resident abroad you should contact UCAS for more information:
New Barn Lane
T 0871 468 0 468
Once you've submitted your UCAS application, you can check on its progress online through 'UCAS Track' (www.ucas.com/track/).
Once your UCAS application has been received here in Cambridge:
- it will be acknowledged by the College you applied to ('open' applications are allocated to Colleges shortly after the closing date).
- you will be emailed a link and asked to complete the Supplementary Application Questionnaire (SAQ). Please check the inbox and ‘spam’/’junk’ folder of the email account you have used in your UCAS application.2
You need to submit another application in addition to your UCAS application if you're:
- attending a school/college/University outside the EU at the time of application
- living in a country outside the EU at the time of application
- applying for the Graduate Course in Medicine
- also applying for an Organ Scholarship
If your education has been significantly disrupted or disadvantaged, it may be appropriate for your school/college referee (or your doctor or social worker) to complete and submit an Extenuating Circumstances Form by 15 October.
We are aware that you can now nominate an individual to act on your behalf when dealing with matters related to your UCAS application. Please note that the University of Cambridge will not automatically liaise with this person. Should you wish to nominate someone to act on your behalf, please contact the College to which you have applied, or been allocated, in order to discuss your particular circumstances.
2 You must regularly check both the inbox and ‘spam’/’junk’ folder of the email account you give in your UCAS application as you will be contacted by the University and/or UCAS at various stages of your application.