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OXBRIDGEOxford & Cambridge (English universities)
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However, the proportion of Conservatives attending Oxbridge has been steadily falling since 1997.
The college's Oxbridge Programme incorporates weekly tutorials, visits to both Oxford and Cambridge universities, preparation interviews with Oxbridge alumni and local academic professionals, an aptitude test and assessment preparation for relevant subjects.
More than 500 Oxbridge mentors and 60 students have signed up online at accessoxbridge.co.uk.
So, taking eligibility into account, people are five times more likely to apply for Oxbridge than for Love Island.
That is significantly higher than the 21 per cent of Labour MPs (54 in total) who also attended Oxbridge, and two of the 12 Liberal Democrat MPs (17%) who did the same.
As well as this gifted quartet, a former student is also heading for Oxbridge. Roma Rana left the college last summer with all A and A* grades and has an unconditional offer to study history at Mansfield College, Oxford.
The college's Oxbridge success comes alongside Greenhead being shortlisted for the Times Educational Supplement Sixth Form College of the Year award.
If Oxbridge can't crack this, why should the taxpayer continue to foot the bill?
He said that the Oxbridge partnership offered a wide variety of qualifications and introduced 20,000 distance-education students to the group.
Oxbridge Re is a Cayman Islands exempted company that provides reinsurance business solutions primarily to property and casualty insurers in the Gulf Coast region of the United States.