Cambridge in Numbers Presentations in English - How to Give a Presentation 1 day ago   02:28

Cambridge University
Take a short journey through Cambridge in numbers, and see what the University can offer undergraduate students.

If you want to find out how to apply, all the info you need is on our Undergraduate Study website at http://www.study.cam.ac.uk/undergraduate/.

And you can find more videos featuring our students at http://www.BeCambridge.com.

Comments 30 Comments

Louise Mcintosh
Love this video 🤩
mdshariful islam
wow!! Cambridge, its my dream.
로지Rosie
I'd do anything to study music here
K K
Don't worry, it's not impossible to get in.
Whyx
I'm going to get A*s and As in all of my GCSEs but I'm worried because my school doesn't offer AS courses and only offers 4 A levels that you have to carry through to term. Will this affect the application process for me?
Whoateallthepancakes😭
I am predicted almost all A's for my GCSE's and all my academic life I've wanted to go to Cambridge but I fear I shan't be chosen :(
小康
For my first choice ,I'll takes Cambridge .Its awesome and professional.Somebody blocked me to going this University because it was very challenging and our education standard was very low because of government but however there's only do or not in my mind.Cambridge University was top ever!I love Cambridge!!!
Gardahadi
This video is awesome! All you fellow high school students dreaming to get in here, best of luck guys!
Ebbony FitzGerald
That was amazing!!,
even knowing I am not a Cambridge student myself I still think it is the number one university in the world!!
Cambridge is the only university I have ever considered going to and if I get the opportunity to be a part of Cambridge University I will take it and never let it go!!
ian delcastillo
Cambridge rules
Nikita Verma
where's the "LOVE" button for this video??? :P
Elena Gorchakova
Guys, your video is really motivating and professionally made. Thanks!
Radi Radev
Is it the same at every university in the UK ?
supermewis
Oh boy. After only 16 teaching weeks at Cambridge, I can tell you I've learned at least as much as I did during my two years of IB. Definitely more if you count non-academic stuff, like cooking and good time management.
Lawrence Sibusiso
88 Nobel laurets......wow....my university only has 4! ........lol
Elcano
Did you take a look at the stuff you're supposed to do? I did, and I don't know if I'm really looking forward to Oct. 1st anymore... :D
Redha OA
Good luck mate :)
Ludwig Hayemisebard
Cambridge is amazing...
Cambridge University
Hi our entrance requirements are listed on our undergraduate study website in the applying section. If you have questions specific to your application you can email admissions@cam.ac.uk
Richard Salmon
Ha, well, 24 weeks of lectures. There's more time also at the start and end of each term to do additional stuff other than lectures... and then I found I needed to catch up on sleep in between terms!
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Presentations in English - How to Give a Presentation Cambridge in Numbers 1 day ago   16:46

In this lesson, you can learn how to make presentations in English.
Do you have to make presentations in English in your job? Imagine you have to give an important presentation in English tomorrow. How would you feel about it?
This lesson will help you learn useful phrases and techniques to introduce yourself and your topic, keep your ideas organised, deal with problems, and respond to questions from audience members.

See the full version of this lesson with text: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/presentations-in-english.

This lesson will help you:
- Learn how to begin the presentation by introducing yourself and the topic.
- Understand how to make a strong start to your presentation in English.
- Use signposting language throughout your presentation.
- Learn how to deal with potential problems that occur in presentations in English.

Contents:
1. How to introduce yourself and your topic 0:45
2. How to make a strong start 3:51
3. Using signposting language 7:33
4. Dealing with problems 12:04

See more free lessons like this on our website: https://www.oxfordonlineenglish.com/.