These websites may be especially useful resources for applying! Definitely read through the official Clare and Cambridge websites before applying. The other websites will also provide useful tips.
We strongly advise not paying for resources offered by private companies, consultants, or individuals. As Cambridge University says, they do not offer any information that is not freely available from the University or colleges, nor is their information able to be verified. It’s best to rely on advice from students, colleges, and the University.
- Applying to Cambridge – this website has everything you need to know from the University about the process of applying, including details about deadlines, requirements, interviews, and other useful info
- Fees and finance – information about the cost of living and how to fund your studies in Cambridge
- International students – information for overseas students
- Why Cambridge? – the University’s homepage making the case for why Cambridge deserves your application!
- Clare website
- Clare admissions website – how to apply, subject choice, Open Day information, and an FAQ from Clare College’s admissions office
- Current awards and grants – information about financial awards and grants at Clare, from prizes to additional support for students from low-income backgrounds
- InsideUni – a great website run by Cambridge students and graduates with a huge collection of personal statements, interview testimonies, and course guides, all from real Cambridge students, covering a wide range of courses and colleges
- Cambridge University Alternative Prospectus – the Cambridge University Students’ Union website about applying to Cambridge with lots of information and advice from students about courses, Cambridge, and colleges, including a (somewhat outdated) page about Clare (which can be found here)
- Target – a programme where teachers can request visits by Cambridge students to their schools