At Crimson you will be matched with a dedicated team of tutors and mentors, in line with your personal passions and learning style, by a tutor/student matching algorithm. Our teams, which often include graduates from Oxford, Cambridge, Imperial, UCL, King's, Edinburgh, St Andrews and more, will assist you with every part of the application process: from school subject and course specific test tutoring, to personal statement composition and interview preparation.
Your team members will not only help you narrow down on university and course selection, but will cover every aspect of the UCAS process - mapping out a personalised timeline to relieve the stress often associated with balancing your final year in school with building the perfect application.
Be it their high level test performance or their stellar interview execution, Crimson students' all-round application excellence is evidenced in their high admission rates.
This year alone, our students were admitted to Oxford or Cambridge at 4x the average admission rate, with our Russell Group admits receiving similar or better results.
To Oxford or Cambridge
To the UK Top 10 universities
Chance of admission to Cambridge for students who have worked with Crimson for 2 years.
This year alone over 40 Crimson students were accepted to Oxford or Cambridge - at double the average admission rate.
Our talented, hard working students will 'read' in all disciplines including Law, Mathematics, Economics and Management, Medicine, Politics, Philosophy and Economics, Physics, Engineering and English Languages, Modern and Medieval Languages, Natural Sciences, Computer Science, Psychology and Behavioral Sciences and more!
Our expert teams of tutors, mentors and strategists help students:
Build a highly competitive application strategy
Create personal statements that resonate above the competition
Boost and refine their extracurricular profile
Feel confident throughout the interview process
Improve their high school grades and entrance test scores
Work to an organised, personalised time-line, reducing admission stress in a busy last year of school