Explore scientific and engineering innovation at Bellerbys College Cambridge
As a place of academic excellence, Cambridge combines specialist facilities, expert teachers and a structured enrichment programme to inspire the engineers, doctors and scientists of the future.
Bellerbys Cambridge offers you access to the latest technology and state-of-the-art laboratories housed on our beautiful and historic campus.
Our teachers are experts in their field, and you will benefit from the unique experience of being with like-minded individuals who encourage and learn from each other.
We offer a range of specialist subjects that will prepare you for undergraduate degrees in the fields of science and engineering.
A Levels provide a passport to the very best UK universities. Bellerbys College Cambridge offers a choice of science A Levels, as well as computing, mathematics and psychology, a perfect combination for future scientists, doctors, dentists and engineers.
We also offer courses specially tailored for international students. Our 1 Year GCSE programme enables you to gain qualifications in core subject areas before progressing to A Level. Bellerbys College Cambridge is the specialist college for our Engineering Foundation and Science & Pharmacy Foundation courses, both of which use our state-of-the-art laboratories. We also provide an intensive communication and English language course (ELPP) to help you with language and study skills.
Enrichment inside and outside of the classroom
Our college provides a balanced structure of enriched education and an active social life, set within the cultural and academic hub of Cambridge.
The city of Cambridge is a major centre for scientific and engineering expertise. This has enabled us to partner with some leading locally based companies, organisations and universities so you can continue learning outside of the classroom through inspiring trips and lectures.
You can also enhance your experience of college life by joining clubs and societies, ranging from team sports to those in the field of your choice, such as Tomorrow’s Doctors or UNICEF on campus.
Situated in the beautiful Queens College, our historic yet homely building is conveniently located in the centre of the city and close to transport links. Bellerbys Cambridge features new laboratories, modern teaching spaces and social areas to meet and chat with your friends.
The benefits of studying science and engineering in Cambridge
The city of Cambridge has a long history of academic excellence, with its world-famous university renowned for influential research and development. Additionally, many international software organisations have chosen Cambridge for their headquarters in order to benefit from this hub of scientific and technological excellence. The college is in the perfect location for international students with a passion for technology and innovation, benefiting from close links with the local scientific and engineering community.
Bellerbys College Cambridge is set in the heart of rural England, opposite the beautiful Botanic Gardens and just a five-minute walk from the city centre. The River Cam runs close to the campus, providing the opportunity to try the local pastime of punting, which is a type of boating. You’ll find an array of interesting places to visit, with a wide range of museums, galleries and sporting activities to choose from.
The city of Cambridge is just 80km from London, making it easy to take a day trip to the capital to absorb all of the museums and attractions that it has to offer.
Our 2014 results:
74% of our students received A* - B at our specialist college for science and engineering in science related subjects
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- If you would like to contact Bellerbys College Cambridge directly, please call +44 1223 363159.
- For information about any of our courses, please call +44 1273 339300 if calling from outside the UK (normal international charges apply). If you are based in the UK, you can call us free on 0800 634 5522.
Nearest airports: London Stansted, London Heathrow
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