New students are #GoingToCambridge
Over one hundred students have had an undergraduate offer to study at Jesus College confirmed after recieving their exam results yesterday.
Professor Ian White, Master of Jesus College, said: "Congratulations to everyone who will join us at the start of October. You will have the widest range of opportunities in a unique environment where, for over 500 years, successive generations have lived, taught and studied. We look forward to welcoming you to the lifelong Jesus College community."
Local press stories featuring newly confirmed Jesus College students, include:
- Maddie Jackson from Norfolk who achieved an A* and two A grades to read English
- Molly Desorgher from Lincolnshire who has secured her offer to study Engineering
- Adam Hall from Greater Manchester who will read Architecture
- Catherine Darlison from Hampshire who will study Medicine
- Shogo Washio from Hertfordshire who reached four A* and will read Engineering
- Abi Race from Sussex who will study history
Isaac Akinduro from Liverpool achieved an A* and two As to study Medicine. Talking to the University of Cambridge about the newly announced Stormzy Scholarship, Issac said "“It is an initiative that would be very beneficial in both supporting current black Cambridge students and encouraging talented black students to apply to Cambridge.”
Jesus College admits around 145 undergraduates each year, across all subjects studied at the University of Cambridge. We are committed to encouraging the best students to apply from all schools and backgrounds. A range of events for individuals and groups run throughout the year including subject taster sessions and open days – with our next undergraduate open day scheduled for Saturday 22 September.
The deadline for undergraduate applications for 2019 is 15 October 2018. Find out more about application dates and deadlines on the University's website.