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Cambridge University entrance exam to make a comeback

Cambridge University entrance exam

By Julie Henry Cambridge is poised to reintroduce a university-wide entrance examination for the first time in a generation. The university is considering a universal exam which would be taken by all applicants to provide evidence of academic performance. The proposal comes as a reaction to Government plans to abolish the AS-level, taken in lower sixth and worth half an ... Read More »

American college students seek 4-year degrees overseas

Highly regarded American universities would have welcomed Nicoletta Knoble as a student next fall, but she has her sights set on King’s College at Cambridge University in England. The chance to study against a backdrop of elegant, Old World buildings amid a storied history was attractive to the senior from Benet Academy in Lisle, but saving many thousands of dollars ... Read More »

UK: 8% increase in demand for law degrees at top universities

Figures from Britain’s leading universities show an increase of 8% in students sitting the National Admissions Test for Law (LNAT), in news that bucks the trend of falling numbers of university applications. The increased interest in law degrees is thought to be a result of the economic climate: students are looking for career-driven degrees that can benefit them in the ... Read More »

Queen Mary to join ‘Ivy League’ of universities

A London university has been promoted to join Britain’s “Ivy League” of top research institutions. Queen Mary, University of London, is one of four new members of the Russell Group, recognized around the world as one of the most powerful brands in higher education. Professor Simon Gaskell, principal of Queen Mary, said the move is recognition that the Mile End ... Read More »

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