Getting to know us
Choosing what and where you want to study is very important. We offer a range of events, visits and activities to help you get to know more about us - and the University of Cambridge in general - so that you can feel confident when it comes to making an application.
Select the event for more details and for booking information.
We welcome interest from outstanding young women from all backgrounds.
|Year 12||Thursday 21st February||
Primarily for high achieving young women in Year 12.
|Aiming high: She Talks Science conference||Year 12||Saturday 27th April||
Our new one-day conference aimed at Year 12 students who are passionate about science.
|Application Days||Year 12||8th Februray and 28th February||
For school students in Year 12 in Greater Manchester, Derbyshire and Haringey who are seriously considering applications to Cambridge
|Aspiration Days||Year 10||13th February, 26th February and 27th March||
For school students in Year 10 from Greater Manchester, Derbyshire and Haringey who may aspire to university and who are beginning to consider the choices ahead
|Teachers' Conference||Teachers||tbc||A conference exploring women’s learning in Higher Education and the role that Murray Edwards College is playing in promoting women’s excellence at this level.|
|Pathways to Success conference||Year 12||July||
A very popular overnight event for high achieving young women in Year 12.
|STEP Summer School||Year 12||Late August||
For female students currently in Year 12 who are intending to study maths at top universities.
|She Talks Science blog||Year 12||Ongoing||
We include items from successful women in science, current undergraduate students and winning school entries. Get involved!
|Shadowing Scheme||Year 12||January||
Run in conjunction with Cambridge University Students' Union. Please see their website for more details.
|Individual visits||Any age||January to October||We would be delighted to accommodate visits from interested individuals (and supporters) across the year. Our Schools Liaison Officer, Catherine Rowley, a recent Cambridge graduate herself, will be happy to help you.|