You can apply to UTC Cambridge using this online form or if you prefer you can download the UTCC Application Form to complete and return to us by post.
Year 10 and Year 12 Applications
University Technical College Cambridge is fully committed to equalising opportunities and welcomes enrolments from everyone, irrespective of background, gender, disability or support needs. We are committed to safeguarding our students, staff and visitors by providing a safe environment and safe working practices. If you need any advice on which study option is best for you or if you need help with applying, please contact us on 01223 724300.
This form is for year 10 entry and for late year 12 applications (i.e after closing date for applications via www.progress.com).
If you need any help completing your form, please contact us on 01223 724300.
GUIDANCE - ABOUT YOU
Please enter date of birth and your age on 31 August at proposed date of entry.
Home address - If you have a different address for correspondence, please indicate that in the address field of the form. If you change address after you have made an application, please inform us so your details can be updated.
GUIDANCE - YOUR EDUCATION
11-16 Education details - Please complete if you are in full-time education or have just left, indicating current/ most recent school/college.
It is important that you discuss your course choice and future career direction. If required, we can arrange for you to attend an individual interview with a Careers Adviser.
Please tell us why you are considering learning at UTC Cambridge and additional information about yourself, e.g. work experience, interests, skills and other achievements, and why you wish to come to the UTC. Applicants who have not recently completed full-time education in school or college please include education/training details in this personal statement.
To help ensure that you meet the right staff members at interview it is useful to have an idea of the course you hope to study.
GUIDANCE - BACKGROUND
We are aware that young people who have been in care, or are carers themselves, move schools more frequently than others or have often missed chunks of schooling through actual absence or as a result of disruption to their lives. If we are aware that you are living on your own or with foster parents, or are caring for someone in your family, we will aim to provide you with additional support and opportunities to catch up with your work. Your circumstances will be treated confidentially and only shared with your permission with those staff who need to know.
Please complete your resident status.
Students who have exclusions will be referred to the head of learner services for assessment.
Please tell us how you heard about UTC Cambridge, e.g. through school, a friend, or an advert.
This section invites you to describe your ethnic origin. It helps us to monitor our Equal Opportunities policy and is treated in strict confidence. However, if you do not wish to provide this information there is no obligation to do so.
Please indicate any relevant additional support if you feel you would benefit from learning or other specialist support.