We sat down with the men behind InsideUni, the new student-led access initiative
Exclusive: Long hidden, The Tab obtained the college-by-college data which tells the true story of Cambridge admissions
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Pooled applicants are disadvantaged by extortionate charges
Studies show that Cambridge’s all inclusive approach may not be up to scratch
It’s clear that pupils from London and the southeast still dominate
63% of incoming freshers were educated in the state sector
A lifetime membership will now cost £150, down from £199 previously
Oxford is introducing a compulsory ‘non-British and non-European paper’
The figures show things are getting worse
The tiff has been resolved and has set Cambridge on the way to possible increased fees
Attempts to lower targets by 0.5% have been met with anger and refusal
The best way to change the National Union of Students is to keep our seat at the table and work for the reforms Jewish students deserve.
Access targets have also been cut.
Ten years ago students from poorer backgrounds made up one in eight of Oxbridge entrants
It was very feminist. And some people found it “divisive”.
Robinson college was the only Cambridge college criticised in last Thursday’s government report which highlighted the significant discrepancy that still exists between students from private schools and state schools.
Colleges praised and shamed in annual social mobility report
From wardrobes full of chinos to a passion for fox hunting, there are hundreds of myths surrounding the students of Cambridge Uni.