St Edmund’s College is delighted to be among the first Colleges to host students for the Cambridge Foundation Year – an innovative new programme offering talented students from backgrounds of educational and social disadvantage a new route to undergraduate study.
The Cambridge Foundation Year is a free and fully-funded one-year residential course designed to offer a stepping stone to Cambridge for those who have experienced educational disadvantage. If you want to study courses in the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences, are ordinarily resident in the UK, and circumstances have prevented you from realising your academic potential, this is an opportunity not to miss.
Students will have the option of studying here at St Edmund’s or at one of the other participating Colleges, and will benefit from the community, support and academic stimulation this offers, which is intrinsic to the Cambridge experience.
Further information on applying to the Foundation Year Programme and the programme’s course structure and content may be found on the Foundation Year Website: www.cam.ac.uk/foundationyear.
If you would like to hear more about applying to the Foundation Year Programme at St Edmund’s, please, get in touch with our Admissions tutor, Martin.
Read more about the launch of the Cambridge Foundation Year on our website.