The programme is open to UK-based students in year 12 (as well as, in certain circumstances Year 13). The students accepted onto the programme will be high attainers – they will ideally be predicted, or have achieved, 5 A* - As at GCSE. In the case of students hoping to study Medicine, they will ideally be predicted, or have achieved, 8 A* or more at GCSE.
The various strands of the programme focus on intellectual, cultural and social development irrespective of personal or economic barriers. These strands include:
- Regular contact with a black or minority ethnic Oxbridge graduate to pinpoint your strengths, discuss your aspirations and identify areas for development.
- A tailored series of critical theory discussions, seminars, Oxbridge-style tutorials, visits to both universities and guest speaker events.
- Advice on your A Level choices and on making the right degree subject, university and college selection.
- Personalised advice on your personal statement, UCAS form, SAQ statement and other submitted materials including essays, statements of purpose and portfolios.
- Structured Oxbridge interview practice, test preparation sessions with trained markers/assessors and revision workshops.
- One-on-one mentoring.
In partnership with: