Congratulations to 31 students who got conditional offers from Oxbridge among intense application globally. It is excited to announce that we have achieved a new national record again.
Our 12 Oxford offer holders are Miranda Ma, Eva Guan, Angie Zhang, Georgiana Liang, Kevin Chen, Laurie Yin, Johnny Li, Kristine Jiang, Gary Zou, Neptunium Li，Ivan Yang, Joseph Zhao.
Next, our 19 Cambridge offer holders are Hannah Zhou, Willian Wang, Leo Wang, Pandora Jie, Luna Xiong, Paul Zhou, John Liu, Sisi He, Shirley Zhou, Tony Tong, Hugo Hu, Kelvin Liu, Russell Bai, Smith Qian, Tony Pan, Andy Zhou, Sam Zhuang, Andy Yong, Mike Yu.
Apart fromthe increase on numbers of offers, the majors are getting diversified. They areincluding Economics, Architecture, Natural Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Physics,Chemistry, Computer Science, Psychology (Experimental), Land economy etc.
Hannah Zhou is the first student who receives the Cambridge offer in Architecture which is recognized as one of the top and the most competitive faculties in the world.
Andy Zhou achieves the computer science conditional offer from Cambridge, the admission rate of this college is only 10% globally. As the computer science research and study in Cambridge is world renowned and there are over 1000 sci-tech companies and labs around it which provide multiple job opportunities for graduates.
Leo Wang obtains the conditional offer of Cambridge in Economics which is the most popular major. Another popular major – Land Economy is achieved by Paul Zhou and Sisi He. This major includes economics, environment and law studies which requires students full of comprehensive academic knowledge scales.
Joseph Zhao receives the conditional offer from Oxford in Psychology (Experimental). And Georgiana Liang succeeds in achieving the Mathematics and Statistics which admission rate is only 5.8% normally in Oxford.
Congratulations to all students who receive offers from Oxbridge. You really deserve the great success. We do believe that your life will be full of challenges and excitements in the new chapter.