We are delighted to confirm that Trinity College will once again be hosting subject-specific residential visits in the Easter and Summer holidays this year. These are completely free, including accommodation and all meals, and they are open to applications from all students who will be at least 16 by the first day of the residential. More information and application forms will be coming soon to this page – so keep checking!
Humanities Residential – 7th – 9th April
Our humanities residential was a great success, and we’re thrilled with the feedback from it. You can read about the residential here.
Biological Sciences – 25th – 26th June
This residential will be focused mainly on Biological Sciences. For this event, we have the unique opportunity to take part in a plant sciences experiment in the Sainsbury Lab. You can find out more here and apply here – don’t forget the deadline is 5pm on the 25th May.
Law – 30th – 1st July
We will be holding our fourth annual Law Residential at Trinity College on the 30th June and 1st of July. This event will offer the opportunity to experience life as a Law student at Cambridge, with insight into the teaching style, the particulars of the course, and the chance to meet Law academics and current students at Cambridge. The residential overlaps with the Open Day at the Law Faculty, allowing a glimpse of both the faculty and the college side of the Cambridge experience. You can find out more here and apply here – the deadline is 5pm on the 25th May.
Language-based Humanities – 24th – 25th August
We are looking forward to hosting Trinity’s first ever Language-based Humanities Residential. Although it is not a requirement to have studied a language, we’re looking for applicants who show a real passion for languages. This residential will allow the option of looking at subjects such as Modern and Medieval Languages, Linguistics, Classics, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies and Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic. You can find out more here and apply here – the deadline is 5pm on Monday 20th July.