We have around mature undergraduates studying for their first degree at Cambridge, many of whom are in their 20s. At Cambridge, all undergraduate students are a member of one of our 29 undergraduate Colleges. This is a great support for anyone returning to education. Mature students who make an open application are allocated to one of the mature-student Colleges.
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If you'll be aged 21 or over by 1 October in the year in which you hope to come to Cambridge and you haven't already completed a higher education course, then you'll be applying as a mature student. The application process for mature students is the same as that for standard-age students. All mature applicants making an open application or applying to a standard-age College must submit their application by the 15 October deadline.