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Scholars Programme

Scholars Programme

Is the Scholars Programme right for you?

The Scholars Programme is a unique programme designed for Cheshire College students who intend to be ‘Early Applicants’ in that they aspire to study at Oxbridge or to study medicine, dentistry or veterinary science.

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  • Specialist support and bespoke enrichment activities
  • Oxford Partnership programme in English, Philosophy, 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 GCSEs at grade 7-9 (including English & maths) 
  • Application form
  • Short personal statement
  • Interview panel

Additional programmes and resources

Oxbridge Partnership Programme: widen your passion for learning, through unique academic enrichment provided by the College and through our Oxbridge Partnership Programmes. If you would like to support someone on the programme, visit Support Corner for useful resources.

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Cheshire College – South & West is a north west hub for the OxNet programme in collaboration with the University of Oxford.

Students are supported through an intensive, year-long programme in one of the following five specialisms: English, Languages, Philosophy, Science or Humanities.

  • 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
  • Dedicated Oxbridge Room
  • Dedicated Scholars Portal with online resources
  • Admissions Test Programme
  • Oxbridge Interview Preparation
  • Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Interview Programme
  • Extended access to resources and facilities

As the north west hub for the Science Network at Corpus Christi College (University of Oxford),  events take place across the year both at Cheshire College – South & West and in Oxford.

The network engages students with research-level science designed to further equip them for entry to higher education (HE).

If your family member or friend is part of the Futures Programme, there’s many ways you can support them and ensure they always aspire to achieve everything they can. Click here to visit our Support Corner page for some helpful resources.

Student Spotlight

Nairah Student Spotlight

Nairah Majid

Progressing to: University of Warwick to study Philosophy, Politics & Economics

“I am so happy with my results and I am excited to start my course at University. The variety of subjects, adult learning environment and teachers at the College have helped me achieve my results.”

Roisin Student Spotlight

Roisin Burns

Progressing to: University of Sheffield to study Medicine

“I have enjoyed my time at the College and the friends that I have made here. The adult learning environment at the College means that I feel better prepared for life at University.”



If you are aged 19+ we can help you upskill and invest in your future with one of our FREE adult courses.

When exploring the courses we have available, you may see a fee attached but you’re more than likely to be eligible for a fully-funded enrolment!
Take a look and get in touch with if you’d like anymore information.

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