• Many small globes
    Event
    4 February 2017 to 7 December 2017

    Global Cambridge events for alumni

    Meet up with fellow alumni and immerse yourself in the University's world-leading research at Global Cambridge events. In 2017, we've visited cities in six countries...

  • Mount Batur
    Travel
    26 May 2018 to 10 June 2018

    Volcano Hopping in Indonesia

    Explore the world's largest archipelago

  • The CAMCard - bicycle design - issued from June 2015

    CAMCard

    The CAMCard is your official, personalised alumni card, identifying you as a member of the University and giving you access to a variety of discounts in Cambridge and...

News

Boy or girl? This is one of the first questions all new parents are asked. In a small percentage of cases, the answer isn’t straightforward: the child is intersex. In a highly gendered society, how does the law apply to people whose physiology doesn’t fit the binary categories of male and female? 
New study finds “messy” microscopic structures on petals of some flowers manipulate light to produce a blue colour effect that is easily seen by bee pollinators. Researchers say these petal grooves evolved independently multiple times across flowering plants, but produce the same result: a floral halo of blue-to-ultraviolet light.
Things structure our lives. They enrich us, embellish us and express our hopes and fears. Here, to introduce a month-long focus on research on material culture, four academics from different disciplines explain why understanding how we interact with our material world can reveal unparalleled insights into what it is to be human.

Forthcoming events

Dinner event photo
Thursday, 19 October 2017 - 7.00pm CEST

Join the Oxford and Cambridge Alumni Society Central Germany for a dinner event.

Dame Fiona Reynolds
Thursday, 19 October 2017 - 7.00pm BST

Join members of the Cambridge Society of Edinburgh for dinner and a talk from Dame Fiona Reynolds DBE.

Dinner party
Thursday, 19 October 2017 - 8.00pm ART
Price: A$1,800 per person

Join the Oxford and Cambridge Society of the River Plate for their 67th anniversary.

Alumni Groups

Alumni Groups map

With over 450 volunteer-led Alumni Groups around the world, find one near you using our Group directory. Search by location, interest or College.

Travel

Fascinating destinations, congenial companions and expert insights. Visit the travel page to find out more.