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NSS Student Satisfaction score

90%

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The University of Cambridge is one of the most respected universities in the world. In the UK, Cambridge and Oxford universities are known to be the top two institutions in the country and yearly compete for the top spot. In fact, Cambridge University itself developed out of a disagreement amongst Oxford scholars and as such both universities share many commonalities. While there are many impressive aspects to the University of Cambridge, perhaps ones of the most impressive elements is its expansive collection of libraries housing an estimated 16 million books!

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One half of the inimitable 'Oxbridge'.

Cambridge - the Oxbridged version

University of Cambridge
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The university

The University of Cambridge is one of the most respected universities in the world. In the UK, Cambridge and Oxford universities are known to be the top two institutions in the country and yearly compete for the top spot. In fact, Cambridge University itself developed out of a disagreement amongst Oxford scholars and as such both universities share many commonalities. While there are many impressive aspects to the University of Cambridge, perhaps ones of the most impressive elements is its expansive collection of libraries housing an estimated 16 million books!

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The best of the best academic students seek out their place at Cambridge every year. As a highly coveted institution, Cambridge employs stringent additional entrance parameters in the form of secondary tests (such as the Cambridge Law Test) and interviews. Highly ambitious, driven and academically successful students tend to do well at Cambridge, and those interested in a career in technology may be drawn to the uni by the 'Silicon Fen' or 'Cambridge Cluster'. A region around Cambridge that focuses on big business within the software, biotech and electronic sectors.

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The university

The University of Cambridge is one of the most respected universities in the world. In the UK, Cambridge and Oxford universities are known to be the top two institutions in the country and yearly compete for the top spot. In fact, Cambridge University itself developed out of a disagreement amongst Oxford scholars and as such both universities share many commonalities. While there are many impressive aspects to the University of Cambridge, perhaps ones of the most impressive elements is its expansive collection of libraries housing an estimated 16 million books!

What students think

The best of the best academic students seek out their place at Cambridge every year. As a highly coveted institution, Cambridge employs stringent additional entrance parameters in the form of secondary tests (such as the Cambridge Law Test) and interviews. Highly ambitious, driven and academically successful students tend to do well at Cambridge, and those interested in a career in technology may be drawn to the uni by the 'Silicon Fen' or 'Cambridge Cluster'. A region around Cambridge that focuses on big business within the software, biotech and electronic sectors.

The best of the best academic students seek out their place at Cambridge every year. As a highly coveted institution, Cambridge employs stringent additional entrance parameters in the form of secondary tests (such as the Cambridge Law Test) and interviews. Highly ambitious, driven and academically successful students tend to do well at Cambridge, and those interested in a career in technology may be drawn to the uni by the 'Silicon Fen' or 'Cambridge Cluster'. A region around Cambridge that focuses on big business within the software, biotech and electronic sectors.

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