Is Trinity College Cambridge hard to get into?

Although our typical offer is A*AA/A*A*A, the majority of our successful applicants go on to receive three A* grades at A level. Post-A level applicants should be aware that to be competitive they would normally need an A* in at least two subjects for the Arts and three subjects for the Sciences.

What grades do you need to get into Cambridge Economics?

What are the typical offer conditions for Economics at Cambridge? If you are offered a place at Cambridge, this will usually be conditional on your achieving grades of at least A*A*A in your A-levels (or 40-42 points with 776 at Higher Level for IB), although offers may differ depending on the College you apply to.

How prestigious is Trinity College Cambridge?

Members of Trinity have won 34 Nobel Prizes out of the 121 won by members of Cambridge University, the highest number of any college at either Oxford or Cambridge. Members of the college have won five Fields Medals, one Turing Award and one Abel Prize.

Is Trinity the best college in Cambridge?

Trinity College (Cambridge) is only beaten by St John’s College (Oxford), making it the top-ranked college at the University of Cambridge in our league table.

Is Harvard better than Cambridge?

The QS World University Rankings for 2022 have Oxford at second, Cambridge in joint third place and Harvard coming in at fifth. By contrast, the Times Higher Education Rankings puts Oxford in the first position, with Harvard in joint second and Cambridge in joint fifth.

Is Oxford or Cambridge better for Econ?

Cambridge? The short answer is that Oxford does not offer a straight Economics course, whereas Cambridge does. At Oxford, you can only take Economics alongside an adjacent discipline. In some ways, this can lend itself to your skillsets and the individual educational experience you are after.

Which are the poshest Cambridge colleges?

Current rankings

Position College Score
1 Christ’s 75.7
2 Trinity 74.1
3 Pembroke 72.3
4 Peterhouse 71.2