Cambridge to have "foundational programme" to improve accessWatch
However unlike the foundation year at LMH, Oxford, the Cambridge programme will not offer reduced grades to applicants.
The scheme has been spearheaded by Cambridge’s Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education Professor Graham Virgo. Work on the proposal began in 2016. Virgo also commented: “We know we need to do more to attract those students who have the potential to study here, but have not been applying to us.”
Cambridge is planning to provide a university preparatory programme to help students from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds "adjust to the demands of a Cambridge course".
I'd better sign up for that course.
Bit confused, does that mean the entry requirements for the foundation programme are going to be A*AA? That can't be right...
It's definitely not like the LMH Foundation Year.
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