Dr C P Hughes Teachers' Conference 

Sciences and Mathematics
18th and 19th March 2019

The Teachers' Conference is a two-day residential conference at Robinson College, focusing (this year) on STEM subject applications. Delegates are invited to stay in College accommodation overnight and dine with Fellows and students on the first night in the Plenary Room. On the second day we offer a full programme of talks and sessions from our Directors of Studies and fellows at the University, giving an insight into the nuances of various courses, the application process, interviews, and how to make a competitive application. There will also be an admissions talk from the Robinson Admissions Tutor.  

The event is entirely free of charge to attend (including meals and overnight accommodation).

We would like to make our Teachers’ Conference as accessible as possible so if there are financial barriers that prevent a representative from your school from attending then please don’t hesitate to contact and we would be very happy to discuss options with you.

The booking form is available here:

https://cambridge.eu.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_czLLsDBmlRQFuUB

The presentations from the 2018 Teachers' Conference, which focused on Arts and Humanities Courses, can be found by following the links below:

Applications Process for Arts and Humanities Courses - Dr David Woodman

Law at Cambridge - Dr Brian Sloan

Geography at Cambridge - Dr Charlotte Lemanski

History at Cambridge - Dr David Woodman

Studying Anglo- Saxon, Norse and Celtic - Dr Ben Guy

Modern and Medieval Languages at Cambridge - Dr Joanna Page

 

If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to email Will Fenwick,  Schools' Liaison and Outreach Officer.