30 Students Got Offers From Oxbridge 2020 — SCIE Made New National Record Again
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Starting from 14th Jan 2020, Oxbridge began to release offers respectively. From the information at  this time, we have 8 Oxford and 22 Cambridge offers.

22 SCIE students received conditional offers from Cambridge: Stanford Yao Shun, Kim Deng Jianping, Catherine Ngai Kayan, Charlotte Yu Zhixuan, Jethro Su Ziwei, Anna Zhou Shanzhu, Aaron Huang Yike, Clifford Hong Chenfeng, Sylvia Liu Yazhe, Charles Zhang Zhuoran, George Wu Xinming, Rose Luo Sujing, Leo Su Haochen, Rocky Yu Runzhe, Patricia Chen Peixin, Alexis Zeng Jiayi, Charles Wei Kaungyi, Lily Wang Xinyue, Wendy Cheng Peiwen, Walton Yan Yining, Alan Yufei Dong, Franklin Wang Shiyi.

8 students received conditional offers from Oxford: Lareina Liu Leyan, Collin Feng Siheng, Kelly Xing Keer, Jacky Jiang Yi, Charles Wang Zihao, Maggie Wang Chuanqi, Tina Chen Yuming, David Wu Yutian.

Clifford Hong
University of Cambridge
Jethro Su
University of Cambridge
Charlotte Yu
University of Cambridge
Kim Deng
University of Cambridge
Stanford Yao
University of Cambridge
Anna Zhou
University of Cambridge
Sylvia Liu
University of Cambridge
Charles Zhang
University of Cambridge
George Wu
University of Cambridge
Rose Luo
University of Cambridge
Leo Su
University of Cambridge
Patricia Chen
University of Cambridge
Rocky Yu
University of Cambridge
Alexis Zeng
University of Cambridge
Charles Wei
University of Cambridge
Lily Wang
University of Cambridge
Wendy Cheng
University of Cambridge
Walton Yan
University of Cambridge
Catherine Wei
University of Cambridge
Aaron Huang
University of Cambridge
Alan Dong
University of Cambridge
Franklin Wang
University of Cambridge
Jacky Jiang
University of Oxford
Lareina Liu
University of Oxford
Kelly Xing
University of Oxford
Maggie Wang
University of Oxford
Charles Wang
University of Oxford
Tina Chen
University of Oxford
David Wu
University of Oxford
Collin Feng
University of Oxford

Besides the increase on numbers of offers, students received offers from a variety of majors. SCIE students have still remained their advantages in Science including Natural Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Physics etc. We can believe that there will be many future scientists and engineers among them.

At the same time, SCIE students made another breakthrough in the humanities area, gaining admissions to majors such as Philosophy, Law, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences, Classics, Human, Social and Political Science (HSPS) … Albeit these majors have very high requirements for students’ English ability, learning horizons and humanistic qualities, these new fields are being conquered by SCIE students who always dare to take the challenge.

Meanwhile, we would also like to highlight the admission results of Economics related majors. Lareina Liu Leyan stands out because of her admissions to Economics and Management major in The University of Oxford. Judging from the official undergraduate admissions report released by The University of Oxford, the difficulty of recruitment to this major ranked first at The University of Oxford and the average admission rate in the world last year was 6% only. Merely 10 international students have been admitted outside the UK this year.

Rose Luo Sujing and George Wu Xinming were admitted to the ace major of Economics at The University of Cambridge. Charles Zhang Zhuoran was admitted to Land Economics at The University of Cambridge.

Patricia Chen Peixin was admitted to Philosophy at The University of Cambridge.  She is the second SCIE student accepted by the Department of Philosophy in Cambridge after Paris Yu Le who graduated in 2016.

Jacky Jiang Yi received an offer from Computer Science at The University of Oxford.  According to Times Higher Education World University Rankings of Computer Science 2020, The University of Oxford again tops the list. Computer Science is the second most difficult major to apply for, after Economics and Management. The acceptance rate was 7% last year.

Tina Chen Yuming has been accepted to study law at the University of Oxford. The high social status of lawyers and the bright prospect of employment makes the competition of getting into law major very fierce. It is also among the ten most difficult majors to get in at Oxford.

Congratulations to all students who received offers from Oxbridge. You really deserve the great success.

The obstacles and pressures you went through during the application process is a precious treasure in your life which makes you stronger. Some students succeeded and got into their dream school to chase their dreams; some failed for now, but they are still confident with their future and preparing for the next success; some took a big risk of being rejected, but still tried their best to apply and were well-prepared for the rejection. As we all know, receiving the offer is just a start. We believe everyone will create your own excellence. Walk the way that you want to walk and do the things that you truly like.

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