Cambridge University to launch Indian admissions programme


Cambridge University has unveiled plans to launch a new admissions programme for India this year as part of UK-India Year of Culture celebrations. T he elite university, which counts three former Indian prime ministers – Jawarharlal Nehru, Rajiv Gandhi and Manmohan Singh – among its alumni, announced this week that admissions staff will be travelling to India to visit schools and meet students face-to-face in Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi. “In autumn, a team of academics will visit India to conduct admissions interviews, so that applicants need not travel to the UK for that part of our application process,” a statement…

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