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Easter Holiday Closing Times

The Graduate Admissions Office will be closed for the Easter Holidays from Thursday 2nd April, 4:00pm BST, until Tuesday 7th April, 9:00am BST.

Please note that you will be able to continue to use your self service account and apply for courses during this time.

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Funding

43% of graduate students admitted in 2014/15 received a scholarship or bursary from funds administered by the collegiate University. 41% of these students received a full award that covered both fees and living costs.

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How Do I Apply?

How to prepare and submit an application for Graduate Study at the University of Cambridge.

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International Students

Information on Immigration, International Qualifications and Competence in English

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Colleges

Graduate study at Cambridge should be a life-changing experience. Whatever your ambitions for the future, you will benefit from participating here as fully as you can in each of the communities, large and small, to which you belong, and from contributing to the future of the institutions with which your life here is involved.

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Latest news

ATAS Application System Unavailability

11 February 2015

From the 10th – 15th of February the ATAS (Academic Technology Approval Scheme) application form will be temporarily unavailable whilst undergoing upgrades. The ATAS application form will be available again from 16th February onwards. Please see the ATAS website for further information: https://www.gov.uk/academic-...

ATAS Office Closure

11 December 2014

The Foreign and Commonwealth Office ATAS Team will not be processing ATAS applications over the holiday period (24th December 2014 - 2nd January 2015). This closure is not expected to impact on the 20 day target for processing successfully completed ATAS applications, based on current application volumes. If you urgently...

EPSRC Centres for Doctoral Training at the University of Cambridge

24 November 2014

In November 2013, the University was successful in securing EPSRC funding for eight Centres for Doctoral Training (CDTs), including the renewal of three that are currently running, and will be a partner in three further successful bids from UCL, Imperial and Liverpool. An additional award was made in March 2014. The first...