I am delighted that you are considering applying to Cambridge for graduate study. This is a truly remarkable place, with expertise across a very wide range of disciplines, and the superb academic and pastoral support that comes with membership of College communities. Our 800-year history supports our present excellence and future aspirations.
As a graduate student here, you will be working with academic staff who are leaders in their fields; academics who are committed to seeing you succeed and will help you to develop your ideas, knowledge and understanding.
Cambridge is not just a home for research and education, however, outstanding as these are. When I was a Fellow at Wolfson College in the 1980s I was tremendously impressed by the interchange of ideas between students, academic staff and the frequent visiting lecturers; and also by the opportunities for every kind of sporting and leisure activity.
I hope you will find on this website inspiration to apply.Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz
Extract from the Vice-Chancellor's statement on the EU Referendum:
The University will work closely with the Government to ensure it takes steps to guarantee that staff and students from the EU can continue to work and study in this country, and that the higher education sector has a strong voice in ongoing negotiations.
Cambridge thrives as part of a wide international community of academic staff and students, and we remain deeply committed to global cooperation and our dedicated staff who come from all over the world.