Oxford and Cambridge (‘Oxbridge’) are the UK’s most famous universities, and two of its highest-ranked. The first key ‘Oxbridge’ element is the college system. Oxford and Cambridge are each made up of colleges – more than 40 at Oxford, more than 30 at Cambridge – and prospective students usually choose a particular college to apply to. What is an Oxbridge college? It’s basically a collection of buildings, often historic and attractive, which form a small self-enclosed community. Within each college complex, you’ll find student accommodation, common rooms, cafes and bars, library and computer facilities. Most colleges have between 300 and 500 students at a time, usually at both undergraduate and graduate level, studying a broad range of subjects. The college system offers the benefits of belonging to a large internationally renowned university, and also to a smaller, interdisciplinary academic college community. Competition for places at Oxford and Cambridge is notoriously fierce.  The news is filled yearly with stories about the lucky students who got in, and those who didn’t. But what are your chances of getting an offer from Oxford or Cambridge – and what can you do to improve them? Your chances obtaining an offer from Oxford or Cambridge (before you’ve confirmed your course and college choice, sat your Admissions Test and been invited up for interview) are roughly 20%, a figure that comes from around 40,000 applicants chasing 10,000 places at the two universities. Work with our consultants who themselves are from Oxbridge and will guide you throughout this very intense preparation and application process. We provide thorough preparation and consulting service and also handle your test prep, essays, application check, and more. We have a good success record and our consultants will guide you with insights and learnings that you won’t find elsewhere. What is included:

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Max Jamilly

Study-abroad specialist. Education at the University of Oxford & worked at Harvard and MIT

After a short stint working at a Harvard/MIT/Stanford startup company in the USA, I started my PhD at the University of Oxford in 2015. I am inspired by helping every student realise his or her dreams. When I'm not doing research, I love studying foreign languages, mountain climbing and scuba diving.

Max Jamilly