Law; Advice on Legal Careers
Before returning to practice, he taught at Oxford and Cambridge. At the former, he was a College lecturer at Magdalen College, teaching Roman Law. He also taught Competition Law to final year (FHS) and masters (BCL) students. At Cambridge, he was a fellow and director of studies in Law at Murray Edwards College (formerly New Hall). There he taught Civil Law, Contract Law, the Law of Torts and English Legal History.
At Magdalen, he was involved in the interview process, and, at Cambridge, for several years, he interviewed undergraduate applicants to Clare College and Murray Edwards College. Jean has an international reputation as a tutor in advocacy and public speaking. He is a former Rhodes Scholar. Jean focuses on advising students applying to read Law at leading universities, especially Oxbridge. He is also able to provide advice to students and graduates wishing to enter the legal profession.
Law; Economics; German; Advice on Legal Careers
Upon completing her undergraduate degree in the States, she returned to Europe to pursue her second undergraduate degree in Law at the University of Cambridge. She was fortunate enough to secure a training contact with the international law firm Mayer Brown in her first year at Cambridge, and completed her Legal Practical Course (LPC) at Kaplan Law School. Upon qualification, Boin joined the Banking team at Latham & Watkins, and specialises in Structured Finance/Securitisation at the US firm. Boin specialises in advising students who are applying to study Law at university.
Before beginning postgraduate research at Cambridge, Niall studied Physical Natural Sciences at Jesus College, Cambridge, graduating with a double first in Physics, and a first in his MSc (Part III) in Physics. He has been awarded numerous academic awards at Cambridge, including the Jesus College Sir Alan Cottrell award for his performance in the Physical Sciences, and College Scholarships. Niall was awarded the MCB Alderman Carlisle Prize (Special Merit Prize) for his performance in his A-level exams; he was also placed second in the whole of Northern Ireland in A-level Further Maths.
Niall delivers Independent Thinkers workshops in preparing for Oxbridge Physics, Maths and Engineering entrance assessments.
Economics; Economics and Management; Politics; PPE; TSA and LNAT Preparation
Psychology; Philosophy; PPE; TSA Preparation
Maths; STEP Maths; Physics; Computer Science
Hans has over three years of private tutoring experience, from teaching GCSE and IGCSE Maths, Physics and Chemistry through to university preparation, including STEP, for Maths and Computer Science.
Biology; Chemistry; Geography; Biological Natural Sciences; Medical School Applications
At Pembroke, Petra has been Lower Boat Captain, and is currently cox and welfare officer for the Pembroke College Boat Club. She has also been a lead tutor on the college’s Women in Science residential programme and has extensive private tutoring experience, supporting students from GCSE upwards with Geography, Maths, Chemistry and Biology.
Biology; Chemistry; Veterinary Medicine
History; Geography; Politics; HSPS
Maths; Economics; Numeracy Skills for the TSA
He has interned in a variety of fields from think tanks to political parties. These experiences include working at the Institute of Economic Affairs (IEA), at The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI) in New Delhi, and on Boris Johnson’s Mayoral Campaign. He also holds a Level 1 coaching qualification with the Football Association (FA). He has extensive experience tutoring Economics, and has taught Maths at all levels from 11+ to university entrance.
Biology; Chemistry; Oxbridge Entrance