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What are the undergraduate entry requirements for Oxford and

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What are the undergraduate entry requirements for Oxford and Cambridge universities in electronic/electrical engineering? I.e. what grades are required?


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For Cambridge, the entry requirements are:

A Level: A*AA or A*AAA or A*AAB
IB: 40-41 points, with 776 at Higher Level
Some Colleges may also require STEP Mathematics.


Some course requirements:

Essential: A Level/IB Higher Level Mathematics and Physics
Highly desirable: A Level/IB Higher Level in a third mathematics/science/technology subject

Further Mathematics is strongly encouraged.


Here are some links to provide you more information on Cambridge's engineering admission requirements:



For Oxford, the entry requirements are:

A-levels: A*AA: The standard offer will be A*AA to include Mathematics and Physics. The A* must be obtained in Mathematics, Physics or Further Mathematics.
Advanced Highers: AA/AAB

IB: 38-40 including core points

Or any other equivalent

Physics and Mathematics to A-level, Advanced Higher, or Higher Level in the IB or any other equivalent. Inclusion of Mathematics Mechanics modules is highly recommended.


Some course requirements:

Essential: Full A-level or equivalent Mathematics and Physics

Recommended: Full A-level or equivalent Inclusion of Maths, Mechanics modules

Helpful: Full A-level or AS-level (or equivalent) Further Mathematics


Here are some links to provide you more information on Oxford's engineering admission requirements:


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