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When I moved to Cambridge to enrol for an MPhil in Development Studies, I had a clear plan: I would learn from some of the world's greatest academics, network my way through the wide range of socia

Spring in Cambridge presents a selection of drawings and studies by Nova Scotia artist John Devlin. As an artist working from an outsider perspective, Devlin charts the physical, emotional and spiritual world through his work.

Underground Mathematics is the culmination of a five-year project funded by the Government’s Department for Education and delivered by Cambridge’s Faculty of Mathematics.

Can’t fit the longlist into your suitcase? You’ll be needing our handy guide to beach reading, Cambridge style.

A new report on UK school pupils who speak English as an additional language (EAL) argues that their progression in English language proficiency, academic achievement and social integration is closely linked and that a strong professional knowledge base is needed in schools to support the pupils. The authors also argue that parents are an ‘untapped resource’ for support and social integration. The report makes a series of policy recommendations.

The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge has reaffirmed that the institution will retain its place as “one of the leading institutions worldwide” post Brexit, while emphasising the value of Cambridge’s EU partnerships, staff, students and global alumni community. 

Speaking after a meeting of UK science leaders on 30 June, Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz said: “Cambridge is very well placed to ensure we continue to work with partners in the UK, the EU and around the world as a global institution – a globally leading institution.”

The latest edition of Unbound, the alumni travel programme brochure, is out now. 2017 tours include witnessing the spectacular total solar eclipse in the USA, a natural history eco safari by yacht in the Seychelles, pursuing the Northern Lights in Norway and the fascinating tribal cultures of northeast India.

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Join us as we discover why Cambridge is the new centre of the universe, how an audience can shape musical performance and just what is hidden in the University Library’s tower…

Twelve inspirational academics have been honoured for outstanding teaching in the University’s 23rd Pilkington Prizes.

Cambridge alumni can login to access over 900 specially prepared, online, animated, video lectures and case studies by leading experts, thanks to Cambridge Judge Business School's Library. 

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