Auditions: What Inspired Me
Don't just take our word for it that Cambridge is a great place to be a student. When we held auditions for the 'Education Is...' film, we asked each student what inspired them and why they decided to apply. Here is what they had to say. If you want to see what you can achieve then back yourself, and find out more at http://www.becambridge.com. It could be the beginning of something great.
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Auditions: Where I'm From
Cambridge students come from a wide range of backgrounds and from all over the UK, EU and beyond -- which is reflected in the diverse mix of students who auditioned for the 'Education Is...' film. Watch our film to meet some of them. If you want to see what you can achieve then back yourself, and find out more at http://www.becambridge.com. It could be the beginning of something great.
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