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ClickCambridge Programme

The ClickCambridge 2021-22 Programme will guide you through your penultimate year of education. Sessions are timed to fit with your preparation for university applications and your year's workload.


Introduction to ClickCambridge and Supercurriculars

Our first session gives an overview of the ClickCambridge 2021-22 programme, and introduces supercurricular research. Students will gain understanding of how to find and use supercurriculars, and the part they play in university applications.


Going to University Q&A

A Q&A with current Cambridge students. This session will cover the topics students worry most about when they start thinking about going to university - managing the stress of applications, balancing academic workloads, whether Cambridge students actually have social lives, student finance, and welfare support


University Application Overview

An overview of the university application process, focusing on the initial stages. The session will advise students on how to choose courses and universities.


Parents Q&A and 
Study Skills

Two sessions, one for students on the programme and another for their parents. The student session will help students improve their note taking and problem solving skills. Our parent's Q&A will give parents the chance to ask any questions they may have about Cambridge.


Thinking like a University Student

To prepare students for the higher level of engagement needed in Y13 and at university, this session will introduce them to more advanced thinking and problem solving skills.


Subject Taster Sessions

BPA Academics and Researchers from around Cambridge will give short talks about their subject and work in a series of Subject Stream Talks. The subject stream will be Arts, Literature, and Languages; Biological Sciences; Humanities and Social Sciences; and Physical Sciences.


Metacognition and Revision Tips

This session will introduce students to the idea of metacognition, and challenge them to think about what learning styles and revision techniques are best for their individual learning experience


Careers and Life after Graduation

To empower students in making their course choices, this session will cover the realities of the modern job market, with a focus on the transferrable skills that can be gained from a variety of courses.


Personal Statement Workshop

An introduction to writing a UCAS Personal Statement. This session will help students feel confident in planning and writing their Personal Statements.

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