Uncertified copies or provisional versions of transcripts should be uploaded to your self-service account. Originals or certified copies should be sent to the Graduate Admissions Office(http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/other-ways-contact-us).Your official transcript may be sent to us electronically only if your institution has, or can use, a recognised secure electronic transcript system (eg Digitary or HEAR/GradIntel). You will need to contact your institution to enquire whether they offer this facility. These systems work by generating a web address for your electronic transcript on a trusted website, or a secure access token, which either you or your institution can notify us of, by sending a message via the system to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please arrange for this to be done after you have submitted your application, so that your electronic transcript can be associated with your other documents.
Please note that we cannot accept transcripts that are attached to emails sent directly to us.
Some faculties or departments may ask you to provide a CV (Curriculum Vitae, or resumé). This is in addition to the application form, and must not be sent instead of it.Please check the information for your course in the Course Directory carefully to see if this is required.Do not send a CV unless your course specifically asks for it; the department will not use it when assessing your application unless it is required.
All applicants will need to provide the details of two referees who can provide academic references written in English.
Personal Reference. This is only required if you are applying for the Gates Cambridge Scholarship.(http://www.graduate.study.cam.ac.uk/how-do-i-apply/supporting-documentation/gates-cambridge-references);Research Proposal(1-3 page)