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The size of the College makes it easy to know everyone and is less overwhelming! The Deer Park is also a bonus, it’s a beautiful place to be able to run through to get your dinner.


Just five minutes’ walk from the city centre, Peterhouse is an exciting and friendly place to live. It’s perfectly situated for student life in Cambridge – close to the arts, engineering and science faculties, but just off the tourist trail.

Peterhouse’s small size promotes plenty of individual attention for students. The College is a supportive community where students quickly make friends and feel at home. Both lively and inclusive, Peterhouse welcomes students with wide-ranging backgrounds, interests and opinions. The only things all our students have in common are high academic ability, dedication to their subject and a willingness to work hard.

We provide a range of excellent accommodation (including en suite rooms) in central Cambridge (on or adjacent to the main site) for all undergraduates for the duration of their course. We offer great food eaten in the oldest Hall in Cambridge, and there's the option of a candlelit dinner every night during term. Peterhouse has excellent facilities for study, sport, music and social events. These include a spacious and well-stocked library, as well as a theatre, music practice rooms, bar, computer room, gym, boathouse and sports grounds. The beautiful and tranquil Deer Park provides a large space for students to relax and meet friends while enjoying a pause in their busy schedules.

We always look to admit those with the potential to flourish in our nurturing environment and are committed to offering places to the most able, regardless of school or background.

To find out more about Peterhouse, why not come to an open day and meet our students and staff? If you’re unable to attend one of these, individual visits can usually be arranged with the Admissions Team, who are always happy to advise you and answer any questions you may have.


UCAS Campus Code 

Trumpington Street
01223 768877
Courses Available 
All courses except Education, Geography, Land Economy, Psychological and Behavioural Sciences, and Veterinary Medicine
Student Numbers 
260 undergraduates
c75 admitted each year
206 postgraduates

Admissions Tutors

  • Professor Sophie Jackson (sciences)
  • Mr Scott Mandelbrote (arts)
  • Dr András Zsák (sciences)

Senior Tutor
Reverend Dr Stephen Hampton

Open Days 

See the College website for information and booking

  • All subjects: 12 September 2019

See also Cambridge Open Days

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