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Open Days

Summer 2021

September virtual open days

On the 21st September, we will be running a virtual Q&A with our Admissions Tutor from 5pm, followed by a chance to ask our students questions about life at Caius. To sign up for this, follow this link.

September in-person open days

Our Senior Tutor talks to prospective applicants.

We are pleased to say that the College will be running in-person open days on the 15th and 16th September. Sign-ups for this event are now open at this link.

There will be an opportunity to look round the College, including student rooms and the dining hall; meet current students; hear a talk from our Admissions Tutor or Senior Tutor about applying to Caius; and meet and ask questions of our Directors of Studies in your subject.

As part of the sign-up process, we will be asking you to tell us the subject for which you would like to apply. This will determine the time slot we will allocate you for the open days, depending on capacity. To help your planning, here is the list of subjects and timings:

Wednesday 15th, morning: Natural Sciences (Biological, Physical, Chemical Engineering); Computer Science; Education; Asian and Middle Eastern Studies; Theology; Linguistics; Modern and Medieval Languages.

Wednesday 15th, afternoon: History; Economics; Human, Social and Political Sciences; Pyschological and Behavioural Sciences; Mathematics.

Thursday 16th, morning: Medicine; Engineering (including Chemical Engineering); History; Veterinary Medicine; Classics; English; Anglo Saxon, Norse and Celtic; History of Art; Archaeology.

Thursday 16th, afternoon: Medicine; Law; Architecture; Music; Geography; Land Economy; Philosophy.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us. We look forward to welcoming you to Caius in September!

 

Visiting in person

We were very pleased to be able to offer in-person open days in late July, and hope that we may be able to do so again in September. Please check back for information. In the meantime, please do note that prospective applicants are welcome to visit the College at any time; there is no need to book in advance.