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Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics


College Outreach Events and Initiatives

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Peterhouse Languages Webinar

Are you interested in studying languages at university? Do you want to find out more about what studying languages at university is like?

Join us for a webinar to find out all about the Modern & Medieval Languages (MML) course at Cambridge, as well as related courses such as History & Modern Languages, and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies (with a European Language).

The webinar will include

  • A taster lecture
  • Information and guidance on how to make a competitive application to a Modern Languages related course
  • A Q&A session

The webinar will take place on Wednesday 12th June from 4.30 – 6pm.

The event is open to all Year 11 and Year 12 pupils (Year 12 and 13 in Northern Ireland, S4 and S5 in Scotland) and is free to attend.

If the webinar is oversubscribed, we will prioritise those participants who meet our widening participation criteria (please see the list on our website:

To register, please use the sign-up link here:

The deadline for registration is Monday 10th June at 4.30pm.


Emmanuel College Langevity Programme 2024

Emmanuel College's "Langevity" Programme seeks to expose aspiring linguists in Yr10, Yr11, &Y12 to a variety of disciplines via a series of 'Introduction to X Language' webinars delivered by Cambridge academics.

The introductory language sessions are set to take place on Thursdays, 5pm-6.30pm, between Thursday 18th April and Thursday 30th May.

In addition to the academic content, our Schools Liaison Officer will also offer guidance on how one might go about preparing a competitive application for related courses: Modern & Medieval Languages; History & Modern Languages; Asian & Middle Eastern Studies; Classics; Archaeology; Theology, Religion, & Philosophy of Religion. 

A small number of participants will be invited to a free in-person visit day (lunch and travel provided) at the College in June, during which they will attend further academic sessions, experience the Collegiate structure of Cambridge, and have the opportunity to develop their subject interests in the lead up to the 2025 Admissions Cycle. Participants will need to indicate their interest in the in-person visit day in their application; priority will be given to high-achieving pupils from Widening Participation backgrounds.

Any participant who is looking to make an application for 2025 entry (or 2026 entry, if deferring) to relevant courses will be invited to reconvene in early September for a final Admissions guidance session to conclude the programme.

Apply by 10am Monday, 8th April 2024. 

To apply and for more details please visit the event page.



*Please note, this is not a comprehensive list, do check with individual colleges.

For a good overview of events offered across the university please visit the Cambridge Undergraduate Studies events list.