- 1 What London station goes to Cambridge?
- 2 How can I go to Cambridge University?
- 3 How far is it from London to Cambridge University?
- 4 Is it better to visit Oxford or Cambridge?
- 5 Do you need a car in Cambridge UK?
- 6 Is Cambridge a town or city?
- 7 What time is off peak?
- 8 Can I study in Cambridge for free?
- 9 Is it difficult to get into Cambridge?
- 10 How can I get admission in Cambridge?
- 11 How far apart are Cambridge and Oxford?
- 12 Can you commute from London to Cambridge?
What London station goes to Cambridge?
What London station goes to Cambridge? Greater Anglia operates fast and frequent services to Cambridge from London Liverpool Street Station.
How can I go to Cambridge University?
Cambridge is well connected by train and the main station is located about one mile from the city centre (around 20 minutes on foot). There’s a taxi rank outside the station and buses run frequently between the station and city centre (to/from Emmanuel Street/St Andrew’s Street).
How far is it from London to Cambridge University?
WHERE IS CAMBRIDGE? Cambridge is approximately 60 miles (97 km) north of London, and either a 1 ½ – 2-hour drive or 50-minute train ride away. It is also less than 2 hours away from Birmingham and Oxford. You can also take a public coach or get tickets for an organized bus tour from London.
Is it better to visit Oxford or Cambridge?
Cambridge wins the Cambridge vs Oxford debate primarily because it’s more picturesque and compact. Oxford has it’s stately buildings and picturesque spots, but as a whole, it’s not as picturesque as Cambridge. Punting in Cambridge. Cambridge is also the perfect place for a punting experience.
Do you need a car in Cambridge UK?
Cambridge is a small city and parking is at a premium. Undergraduate students are not allowed cars whilst at university except under exceptional circumstances. If you’re moving to Cambridge from within the UK, you’ll be able to keep your license but need to update your address to your new Cambridge one.
Is Cambridge a town or city?
Cambridge, city (district), administrative and historic county of Cambridgeshire, England, home of the internationally known University of Cambridge.
What time is off peak?
Generally speaking, the Off-Peak window begins after 09:30 and outside of evening commuter hours – 15:30-18:15 – for travel in and out of big cities. Super Off-Peak tickets become available after 10:00.
Can I study in Cambridge for free?
The University of Cambridge has launched a free one-year Foundation course targeted at talented students from backgrounds of educational and social disadvantage in the UK.
Is it difficult to get into Cambridge?
If you only take into account the general acceptance rates (for 2019), it appears that it is easier to get into Cambridge, as their acceptance rate across all colleges was 21.92%, whereas Oxford only admitted 14.25% of their total applicants.
How can I get admission in Cambridge?
How to Apply?
- Submit a UCAS application.
- Submit Cambridge Online Preliminary Application (COPA)
- Complete the Supplementary Application Questionnaire (SAQ) sent by the University of Cambridge after submission of UCAS.
- Submit the academic transcripts, as per the course’s requirements.
How far apart are Cambridge and Oxford?
The distance between Cambridge and University of Oxford is 66 miles.
Can you commute from London to Cambridge?
Yes, it’s really 10 minutes away from the station. I used to commute from just past Cambridge to East London. It was pretty heavy going during the winter- dark when you set off and dark when you get home was not super fun. I was only doing it for a freelance gig so I didn’t buy a train pass.