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Booking

Follow the links here to the booking form, where you will be able to book for the college and day linked to your area of the country.

If you are uncertain which college is linked to your area, please check the Area Links page.

Bookings are managed using Eventbrite, please select the link below for the date you would like to attend.  There is a deposit of £2 per student, which will be refunded once attendance is confirmed on the day.  Each group is typically around 10 students accompanied by a teacher.

Please note that the deposit will not be refunded if you cancel after the closing date or bring significantly smaller numbers of students than you have booked.

 

Week

Year Group

Day

Host Colleges

Bookings

5th-9th February

Y12
Monday Selwyn College Clare Book Here
Tuesday Girton College Homerton Book Here
Wednesday Emmanuel Murray Edwards Book Here
Thursday Pembroke College Magdalene Book Here
Friday Pembroke College Gonville & Caius Book Here
19th-23rd February
Y12
Monday Christ's
Newnham College
Book Here
Tuesday St Catharine's Gonville & Caius Book Here
Wednesday Homerton Clare Book Here
Thursday St Catharine's Magdalene Book Here
Friday Christ's Queens' Book Here
19th-23rd March
Y10/11
Monday Trinity Hall Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
Tuesday Trinity Hall Book Here
Wednesday Trinity Hall Book Here
Thursday Emmanuel Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
Friday Peterhouse Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
16th-20th April
Y7/8
Monday Selwyn College Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
Tuesday St Catharine's Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
Wednesday Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Clare Book Here
Thursday Girton College Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
Friday Queens' Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
7th-11th May
Y9
Monday BANK HOLIDAY  
Tuesday Girton College Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
Wednesday Pembroke College Clare Book Here
Thursday St Catharine's Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Book Here
Friday Fitzwilliam/ Churchill Queens' Book Here

 

 

These events would not be possible without the generous financial support from the University of Cambridge Widening Participation Fund.