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Scholars Programme

Scholars Programme

Is the Scholars Programme right for you?

Only 20 places are available on the Scholars Programme at Cheshire College – South & West. The programme is delivered by a specialist Oxbridge Team who together provide a unique programme.

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To apply for the Scholars Programme,
please complete the application form

  • Learners on the Scholars programme will have access to a grant to support a bespoke programme
  • Oxford Partnership programme in the Humanities, Languages and Sciences
  • Oxbridge coaching for competitive courses in Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary subjects
  • Preparation for the Admissions Test and interviews
  • Online resources
  • Minimum of eight Grade 7-9 GCSEs (including English & maths) 
  • Application form
  • Personal statement
  • Interview panel

Additional Programmes

Oxbridge Partnership Programme: widen your passion for learning, through unique academic enrichment provided by the College and through our Oxbridge Partnership Programmes.

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Will be awarded based on individual commitment to the programme and will be reflected in the grades required to access prestigious Universities. 20 places will be awarded a prestigious scholarship comprising of a bursary to help towards academic needs. In addition, a £50 book fund and IT resources will also be available to support wider reading and study.

  • Access to your own laptop/iPad
  • Scholars will have access to a £50 book fund
  • Dedicated Oxbridge room and refreshments
  • Programme Coordinator
  • Specialist Personal Development Coaching in Humanities and Science subjects
  • Dedicated Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Coach
  • Dedicated University Admissions Coach
  • Oxbridge Partnership, Outreach Admission Tutors
  • Specialist Librarian
  • Dedicated Oxbridge Room
  • Dedicated Scholars Portal with online resources
  • Dedicated space in the Learning Resource Centre
  • Admissions Test Programme
  • Oxbridge Interview Preparation
  • Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary interview programme
  • Extended access to resources and facilities

Learners go through a rigorous academic interview to join the Pembroke North scheme. They spend a year following a demanding academic programme of lectures in humanities.

As the North West Hub for the Science Network events take place across the year both at Cheshire College – South & West and in Oxford. The network engages learners with research-level science designed to further equip them for entry to HE.

The MCLC offers a range of seminars and events for learners who are interested in Modern Foreign Languages, Linguistics, History Philosophy, Religion, Politics, Law, Sociology, Psychology and Art all delivered by top Universities. The MCLC works in collaboration with Lancaster and Oxford Universities.

This offers an academic programme and learners attend lectures and seminars delivered by academics from leading universities. They can also apply for an Easter Study Skills School and a residential Summer School at the University of Oxford.

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