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I was wondering are there many irish students at cambridge,
are they mostly undergrads or postgrads,
the impression i got was that they want irish students as postgrads preferably, would a 1st degree from national university ireland be sufficient for them?
any ideas?
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(Original post by roxy potter)
I was wondering are there many irish students at cambridge,
are they mostly undergrads or postgrads,
the impression i got was that they want irish students as postgrads preferably, would a 1st degree from national university ireland be sufficient for them?
any ideas?
There are loads of Northern Irish students here (undergrads), not so sure about Republic of Ireland, but there are probably lots of them too, and there'd be no problems fitting in. Unfortunately I can't help you with entry requirements, but a 1st would be a good start!
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I'm going to be a Northern Irish student at Oxford, Oxbridge recognise that N.Ireland have the highest A-level results in the UK, it was even mentioned in my interview about a "good n. irish education showing through" however I don't know about the ROI.
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