skip to content

Undergraduate Study

 

Why Cambridge

You're probably already aware that Cambridge is one of the best universities in the world in terms of its academic reputation, but did you know:

No.1

in the Guardian, Times and Sunday Times and Complete University Guides 2015.

Top 3

Cambridge is one of the top three universities targeted by Britain’s leading graduate employers (The Graduate Market in 2014).

No.1

for well-structured courses and tuition in small classes (Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2014).

91%

for student satisfaction (National Student Survey 2014).

3 years

Cambridge guarantees most students College-owned accommodation for at least three years.

200+

open days and events in Cambridge each year.

"Cambridge’s great strength is the partnership between the University and the Colleges. This combination provides superb facilities, contact with the very best minds, and personal tuition and support to develop your academic interests.

A Cambridge education offers you the chance to engage with academics at the forefront of research in their, and your, discipline.

We also provide many opportunities to engage socially – in activities such as sports, performing and literary arts, and charity work – as well as to develop knowledge and transferable skills to prepare you for the future.

Here you will pursue your intellectual curiosity and acquire the habits of mind which will enhance your future experience of life, whatever turn it may take. Cambridge students are greatly sought after by employers and the University has one of the highest graduate employment rates in the country.

By offering generous financial support we are confident that the education we offer is truly accessible to all with the academic ability and potential to succeed here.

There is no ‘right background’ for Cambridge – no right school to have attended, no hidden test of social and economic circumstances.

Quite simply, if you have the ability, the enthusiasm and the motivation to study here, then we want to hear from you."

Professor Sir Leszek Borysiewicz
Vice-Chancellor

Cambridge in Numbers


My Cambridge