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Shortly after submitting your UCAS application, you'll be emailed and asked to complete My Cambridge Application.

It can take up to 48 hours for the email to arrive, as it takes a while to process your application. Check the inbox and junk folder of the email account used in your UCAS application on a regular basis.

We use My Cambridge Application to ensure we have complete and consistent information about all applicants. It helps us to collect information that's not in the UCAS application but is useful for assessing applications. For example, details of topics you've covered as part of your AS/A Level (or equivalent) courses may help our interviewers to decide which questions to ask.

To make a valid application to the University of Cambridge, you must submit My Cambridge Application by the deadline set. In the majority of cases, the deadline will be 22 October 2022 (6pm UK time). If you’re in any doubt about the deadline, please contact applicationhelp@admin.cam.ac.uk, as soon as possible to check.

See Completing My Cambridge Application for further details.

Additional Applicant Information Form (AAIF)

As well as My Cambridge Application, you will be asked to complete an Additional Applicant Information Form (AAIF). This helps us find out what interview arrangements you'll need if you're invited to interview. It also includes any disruption caused to your education as a result of the pandemic.

Your College will send you a link to the AAIF by email. You must complete the form in one sitting. It is not possible to save it and return to it later. PDF icon Read the AAIF Guide before you start, to ensure you have all the information you need.

Contact us

Cambridge Admissions Office
E applicationhelp@admin.cam.ac.uk

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