UK-India Year of Culture celebrations might become the brightest opportunity for students who want to go to England for studies. Students who seek admission in the esteemed University of Cambridge will not have to travel to Britain in order to give interviews for admission as the University’s admission staff are coming in India.
The University has devised a new admission programme for Indian students this year. According to that statement issued by the university, in autumn, a team of academicians will be coming to India to conduct interviews for admission. The team will also visit schools in Delhi, Mumbai and Bangalore to interact with students.
The Cambridge University is expanding its reach to attract bright students from India. Many of the prominent Indian leaders, academics, industrialists and scientists have pursued their education from the prestigious university.
Understanding the importance of nationality diversity, the university has decided to take it to the next level by conducting off-campus interviews. The centrepiece of the university town’s 2017 celebrations will be called ‘India Unboxed’. This will include various exhibitions, digital engagement programmes, events, conducted by the University of Cambridge Museums and Botanic Garden.
“A series of profiles – ‘This Cambridge-Indian Life’ – will talk about the people who have been the foundation of the relationship between Cambridge and India. This will include Indian scholars and other Cambridge students, research scholars working in collaborations based in India. The event will also talk about notable Indian alumni of Cambridge.