Applications from students taking CBSE or ISC Class XII
Prepare documents for application
Applicants will need to provide a reference
This should be written by a referee who knows applicants academically and can talk about their work ethic, interaction with other students and their suitability for higher education or a future career
In a current or recent school or college, ask tutor, teacher, principal or head teacher
If left education years ago, ask an employer, volunteering supervisor or trainer
Additional documents required
English Language Proficiency scores
Personal statement: Students can write up to 4,000 characters of text and should mention the following:
-Why you are applying – your ambitions and what interests you about the subject, course providers and higher education
-What makes you suitable – any relevant skills, experience or achievements gained from education, work or other activities
-Why you want to study in the UK
-Your English language skills and any English courses or tests you’ve taken
-Why you want to be an international student rather than study in your own country
Infrastructure / Teaching Facilities
Why Join University of Cambridge, UK?
Number 1 University in the 2013 Guardian, Sunday Times and Complete University Guides.
Cambridge guarantees most students College-owned accommodation for at least three years.
Cambridge has more than 750 student clubs and societies to choose from.
Ranked 5th for teaching, research and innovation in the 2012 QS World University Rankings.
Cambridge is one of the three most targeted universities by top employers according to The Graduate Market in 2012.
Cambridge is one of the three universities most-often targeted by Britain’s top graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2012).
About BA (Hons) Economics
• The program provide a course in economic principles and their application that stimulates and challenges students whose abilities range up to the highest;
• It develop students' competence in the assimilation of complex arguments, the analysis of practical issues, logical thought, quantitative techniques, mathematical skills, and effective communication, using a range of teaching methods;
• It develop skills that are of value for subsequent careers, primarily in professional and managerial occupations;
• It develop in students a knowledge of the workings of economic systems and a sense of the economic dimensions of social and political issues