Cambridge Regional College21 September 2016, 12:03 pm Written by Super User
Key Admissions Facts
Intakes: Sept ( Major intake) and January ( for some Programs ) please contact us for more information .
Fee Range:. For exact fee information please contact us .
PG- Minimum 55% in Bachelor degree
UG - Minimum 60% in 12th year (standard) of School Education
PG (for most programs 6.0, some programs 6.5) with no band less than 5.5
UG (for most programs 6.0, some programs 6.5) with no band less than 6.0
Pre-sessional English - is available (One separate CAS will be provided for pre-sessional and the main program)
Minimum Deposit to get CAS: £50% but with high-risk countries more initial payment can be asked.
Application processing time : 2-3 week for high-risk country students , 1-2 week for the low-risk country student. For UG program student can make a direct application . Credibility interview is a must requirement to pass for an unconditional offer and CAS. To book a free 15 minute credibility interview assessment please contact us.
Scholarships Availability: Regional and merit scholarships are available. Please contact us for more information.
Popular Programs : Engineering , Business and Management , Computer Science , Health and Social Care , Art and Design , Education,. Please contact us for more information.
University link: Cambridge Regional College
NB : This information is just a rough guideline about most of the university programs and doesn't represent the exact information, application process time, IELTS requirements for any specific program . For exact information please contact us .
Cambridge Seminars is a warm, friendly and high achieving College. We have been preparing students for their university studies both at undergraduate and postgraduate levels for the past thirty five years and continue to strive to meet and exceed our students’ expectations. CSC is renowned for its teaching excellence, its personal attention to student needs and its individual support to students.
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Cambridge Seminars College is located in the heart of Cambridge, with the City centre only a five minute cycle ride or a ten minute walk away from the college.
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