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Hi everyone, I want to apply for maths at St John's College, so I will possibly have three interviews. I am an international student, and if the three interviews are separate it will be extremely inconvenient and expensive. Does anyone know if the three interviews are widely separate or very close(three interviews within one week would be acceptable)?
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Hi everyone, I want to apply for maths at St John's College, so I will possibly have three interviews. I am an international student, and if the three interviews are separate it will be extremely inconvenient and expensive. Does anyone know if the three interviews are widely separate or very close(three interviews within one week would be acceptable)?
Generally, interviews are done on a same day or over two days in which case accommodation is provided for free. Cambridge is quite sensible on how to schedule it for each applicant, so don't worry too much. Also they usually conduct some interviews overseas and I'm pretty sure they do one in US too. (Though overseas interviewers may not be someone who's from your college or who is a specialist of your subject)
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Generally, interviews are done on a same day or over two days in which case accommodation is provided for free. Cambridge is quite sensible on how to schedule it for each applicant, so don't worry too much. Also they usually conduct some interviews overseas and I'm pretty sure they do one in US too. (Though overseas interviewers may not be someone who's from your college or who is a specialist of your subject)
Thanks for your reply
Could I take the opportunity to ask about Imperial College Interview? I will also apply to Imperial College London to study maths with mathematical physics, which probably also require interview. Does that mean I will have to travel to UK for two times ?
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Thanks for your reply
Could I take the opportunity to ask about Imperial College Interview? I will also apply to Imperial College London to study maths with mathematical physics, which probably also require interview. Does that mean I will have to travel to UK for two times ?
If theirs is on completely different time, that's possible isn't it?
But you'll have to ask imperial directly when theirs likely to be.
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Just to add....
Even though Cambridge interview more than 80% of home (UK) applicants, they are more selective in inviting international applicants for interviews.
No idea about how imperial's interview selection works.
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