How to Apply to the University
Applications for graduate study are sent to the University's Student Registry (formerly the Board of Graduate Studies) in the first instance. Application to a College is made at the same time as application to the University. Full details are available on the Graduate Admissions website.
The College makes no judgements about suitability for a course. This is dealt with by the University Department or Faculty concerned. Colleges only receive applications after the University Department or Faculty has made an offer of entry through the Board of Graduate Studies. The College will then make a decision whether to make an offer as soon as the application reaches us.
Applicants can view decisions on their applications via their CamSIS self-service account . The College will also write to applicants (by email) giving further information and confirming the offer of a College place dependent on the applicant meeting all of the conditions set by the Board of Graduate Studies.
Once an applicant has accepted her offer, the College monitors the details of the applicant's offer leading to the all-important "All Conditions Met" status at which time the Accommodation Office will be in contact about room availability.
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