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Abbey College Cambridge

Abbey College Cambridge

Year established 1994

Abbey College Cambridge

Year established 1994


Location: City

Nearest Airport: London Stansted International

Nearest Station: Cambridge

Boarding School Type: Co-Education

Number of Students

Age range: 14-18

Number of students: 405

Number of boarders: 292


Abbey College is a boarding school on a purpose built campus in the centre of the famous university town of Cambridge. The historic town is beautiful and is most famous for education and tourism as well as having excellent connections with Central London being 50 minutes south by train and London Stansted International Airport only half an hour away.

The UK boarding school has over 400 students from over 40 different countries, with the goal of providing the best teaching and support for all students, including those for whom English is not their first language. They are experts in teaching and in supporting international students, and it is a place where students feel at home and where they make friends from all over the world.

Abbey College has close links with Cambridge University and can offer access to its institutes, departments and colleges. The students are often driven by a desire to attend one of the UK’s best universities. That coupled with the excellent academic progress they make, results in over 30% of the A Level students progressing to the UK’s top five universities.

Life at Abbey College combines first-class teaching and learning, a wide range of extra-curricular clubs and activities, with outstanding pastoral support. Everything they do at the college is designed to support the student’s personal development and maximise their chances of academic success.

Abbey College Cambridge

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