Vision and Values
To be a centre of excellence for science and technology. By working with world-leading academic and industry partners, we establish confidence and capability, developing young people with the skills, attitudes and ambitions required to succeed.
We set ourselves challenging goals, are agile and resilient, to achieve our personal best.
By respecting one another we enhance our experience and benefit from different perspectives.
We take individual responsibility to ensure team delivery.
By understanding complex systems and interactions, we solve problems and make a difference.
We celebrate positive contribution and aspire to excellence.
We are morally and ethically responsible in scientific and environmental innovation.
Inspiring and preparing young people for world class employment
UTC Cambridge is a non fee-paying academy for young people aged 14-19. A centre of innovation and excellence, providing an unrivalled learning experience for young people considering a career in the fields of science and technology.
Students join us to study GCSEs at age 14, or to study A levels or BTEC at age 16 and progress through these critical learning years, spending four years in the specialist ‘college’ environment from age 14 or joining us at sixth-form entry stage. We offer a stretching, broad and balanced curriculum at GCSE level and a choice of highly specialist A level and BTEC options, which prepare students for successful future careers in any sector.
Located within Cambridge’s world renowned science hub, we work with leading industry and academic partners to ensure work-based learning is interwoven in the curriculum. Our commitment to career development is core to our provision, resulting in opportunities and benefits that enhance and enliven studies, developing young people with the skills, attitudes and ambition required to succeed.
UTC Cambridge - at the heart of word class industry
We are fortunate to have support from numerous fully engaged partners, providing unprecedented access to a multitude of inspirational people and resources. Key supporters include The Sanger Centre for genomic research (Wellcome Trust), the Babraham Institute, Cambridge University Health Partners, Cambridge University Hospitals, the Medical Research Council, Cancer Research UK, Napp Pharmaceuticals, ZEISS, Medimmune, Amey, Mott McDonald, along with many other companies based on both the Cambridge Biomedical Campus and the Cambridge Science Park.
With their support at least six different challenge projects are running every week at UTC Cambridge.