Oxbridge Applications was founded in 1999, giving them over 20 years of experience in supporting students with their applications to Oxford and Cambridge universities, as well as other top UK universities.
I met with the dynamic Alicia Luba, one of the senior consultants you meet after reaching out to Oxbridge Applications for their help with university applications. I was struck by her passion and in-depth knowledge of the application process, and I immediately felt as if I could entrust her and her team with ensuring my son had the best possible chance of a successful Oxbridge application.
With comfortable rooms modelled after Oxbridge tutorial suites in their St James’s office, their team of consultants meet with families and students from the age of 14. Every member of their team read their undergraduate degree at Oxford or Cambridge and now specialise in understanding and explaining the minutiae of the Oxbridge application process to the next generation.
Their Oxbridge application guidance is based on the very latest, in-depth research on the Oxbridge admissions process, the success statistics, the pooling data and admissions tests and they re-issue their authoritative book regularly to keep up with any changes the universities make to the process.
A senior advisor meets with students and their families for an Initial Private Consultation either in the offices or over Skype. Consultations are an hour and a half long and include a first mock-test indicator of how well a student may be suited to the Oxbridge admissions test as well as a mock-interview and strategy report, all of which allow the OA consultants to give an honest appreciation of the student’s current position and potential for success. From this point, eligible students can opt to join The Premier Service which is a full-time, all-inclusive programme where each student works with the member of the OA team who read their exact subject at Oxford or Cambridge themselves. The programme also includes tailored private admissions test tuition, guidance on written work and the personal statement, as well as comprehensive interview preparation. The jewel in the crown is a residential 2 days full immersion preparation which is included in the full package price.
OA also offer a wide selection of tuition and mentoring packages to suit any needs a student may have. For example, they have recently launched their online UCAS summer school, where prospective university applicants create their own schedule for a unique one-to-one course helping guide them through their university applications with a private consultation, four hours of one-to-one mentoring with a subject specialist, and a personal statement review session.
Oxbridge Applications already provide in-house support to some of the UK’s top schools including Marlborough College, Wellington, Benenden and Downe House, as well as taking on bright private clients from the top performing schools in the country.
Their all-inclusive package includes unlimited access to their allocated tutor, unparalleled one to one preparation and mentoring, as well as the residential 2 days full immersion prep course. Contact Alicia Luba and her team now; they are passionate about taking you through the whole process and will explain thoroughly what to expect from their service.
If UK universities may not be your child’s calling, then Oxbridge Applications may be able to hand you over to their sister company A-List Education, who offer bespoke one-to-one advice on all aspects of the US university application process, as well as academic mentoring and SAT and ACT bootcamps aimed at international students preparing to take these tests
Oxbridge Applications and A-List Education are offering a complimentary discovery session to Almost Essential readers, in which a senior consultant will conduct a 15-20 minute call with you and your child to help decide which route might fit them best. Simply quote the code AE22 to redeem this special offer.
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