CATS College


Over 60 years of success since 1952

Over the years CATS College has helped thousands of students achieve their ambitions and progress to some of the world’s most prestigious universities. In September 2013 CATS College sent a record number of students to study at Cambridge and Oxford University, demonstrating why we are the right choice for any student.

The UK’s first Foundation provider

CATS College revolutionised private education by creating and launching the UK’s first Foundation programme over 25 years ago. The CATS College Foundation Programme has national and international recognition, providing potential progression opportunities to almost all UK university degree programmes.


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 About Cambridge

Cambridge is an inspirational environment and can boast more Nobel Prize winners than any other city in the world. For those pursuing a medical degree, there is access to the famous medical school at University of Cambridge Hospital, Addenbrookes.

Cambridge boasts a large number of theatre companies. There are three main theatre venues: Cambridge Arts TheatreThe ADC Theatre and The Junction. These offer a wide range from nationally renowned touring companies to student productions. There are also many innovative theatre companies performing at sites across the city, as well as the annual outdoor Shakespeare festival.

Cambridge is host to a number of highly regarded festivals during which the city buzzes with excitement and activity, including:

  • Folk Festival
  • Jazz Festival
  • Literature Festival
  • Film Festival
  • Shakespeare Festival
Photos of Cambridge



Photos of Cambridge Campus



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 About Canterbury

The historic city of Canterbury is home to three universities, so it’s a great place to be a student. Big enough to be stimulating, but small enough to make you feel at home quickly, Canterbury is a very friendly place.

Our city combines history with modernity, and excitement with safety. With plenty of opportunities for sports, culture and entertainment, you’ll discover that the weather is some of the best in England - and you’ll be close to some great seaside resorts throughout Kent, known as “the garden of England”.

And if you want to escape to the city, London is just over an hour away by train…

City highlights:

  • Historic cathedral city
  • Medieval architecture
  • Only 90 minutes from London
  • Easy access to France by fast Eurostar trains
  • Countryside and the sea close by
  • Wide choice of shops, cafés and restaurants
  • Music, movies and theatre
  • Good libraries and bookshops
  • Road and rail links to other UK towns and cities, and France.


 Photos of Canterbury






 Photos of Canterbury





About London

London is home to more international students than any other city in the world. Every year, 90,000 people come from over 200 countries to study and experience the culture, the history and the spirit of one of the world’s greatest cities.

Popular venues include the Royal Festival Hall and Queen Elizabeth Hall in the Southbank Centre, The Royal Opera House, The Barbican Centre and the Royal Albert Hall, where the proms take place each summer.

The South Bank area is the capital’s artistic hub. Many of London’s most important cultural institutions are packed into this small area, making it an essential visit for anyone with an interest in the theatre and the arts.

Located in this area is the Royal National Theatre, containing three large theatres. The ‘National’ holds a vast selection of different plays and performances throughout the year, including open air productions during the summer months.

An exciting alternative is a visit to the Globe Theatre. This authentic recreation of Shakespeare’s original theatre allows visitors to experience one of his plays in an open air setting.


 Photos of London






 Photos of London Campus