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Fitz launches Unibuddy Platform

This month, Fitzwilliam launched its Unibuddy platform, to facilitate conversations between undergraduate applicants and current students at the College. 

Unibuddy logo

Student ambassadors have long been key to Fitzwilliam's success in attracting and supporting prospective candidates through their applications to Fitzwilliam. Each year, a calendar of Open Days and subject tasters create opportunities for candidates to visit the College and meet real life students, currently studying the courses to which they are applying. This year, the Admissions team have worked hard to replicate and reinvent these opportunities through a range of online events and this summer we have added another way to get in touch with Fitz.

Unibuddy is a conversation platform, which puts applicants directly in touch with current student ambassadors. No question is too simple: whether applicants are only starting to think about University, and wondering which subjects might fit their interests, or whether they are honing an application, the student ambassadors are here to help. So please spread the word - Fitz students, please make sure your school is aware; alumni teachers, please encourage your pupils to take a look. 

To view the current Fitzwilliam students participating in the programme, click here:

Users must be 16 or over to chat to current students. If you have any questions please contact

Conversations are routinely monitored by Fitzwilliam College administrative staff. All users must abide by the UniBuddy Acceptable Use Policy, which can be found here.

Information about how the College records and keeps your personal data can be found here.

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