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Jag Srai works with some of the world's most successful businesses to put new supply chain thinking into practice.

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Why Cambridge?

Find out why studying at Cambridge is for you

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For the duration of your course most students will live in a Cambridge College – somewhere to sleep, eat, learn and make lifelong friends.

Read more about accommodation.

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Small-group teaching and personalised learning are central to the renowned Cambridge supervision system.

Read more about how you will be taught.

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How the University works

31 Colleges, 150 Departments, 18 Faculties, six Schools and other institutions. Discover how the University works.

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90% of graduates were employed or in training six months after leaving (2015–17).

Learn more about our Careers Service's wide range of support.

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Living here

Cambridge offers the best of both worlds: a small-city environment with great transport connections by road, rail and air. Stansted Airport and central London are both less than an hour away by train.

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Three quarters of Masters students and a third of PhDs received internal or external funding in 2018/19. Learn more about our many funding opportunities.

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An international community

Cambridge is a global institution with postgraduate students from 145 countries. You will quickly settle in with the support we provide for international scholars.

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As a postgraduate student, you might live in a College or use our Accommodation Service to find somewhere that suits you. Find out more about postgraduate accommodation.

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Get one-to-one support and other resources from our professional Careers Service in addition to world-class employment prospects.

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Cambridge life

Student societies, sports, pubs, restaurants, shopping, museums, family venues – and London visits – all make up the Cambridge experience. Learn more about Cambridge life.

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The city of Cambridge

Famous for its architecture, history and intellectual atmosphere, our small city is just 45 minutes from London and a short hop by plane or train to Europe.

How to apply

Step-by-step guidance on the applications process


Updates from across the University

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News - Mussel memory

Fresh-water mussels connect two postgraduate scientists across half a century. Isobel Ollard replicates Christina’s original research and finds an alarming decline in the health of the River Thames.
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News - Blood thinning drug to treat recovery from COVID-19 is not effective

A drug used to reduce the risk of blood clots is currently offered to COVID-19 patients during recovery. But a trial led by Addenbrooke's Hospital and the University found no benefits.
Can aviation be sustainable?

Features - Can aviation be sustainable?

Sustainable aviation fuels could reduce the industry’s carbon emissions by up to 80%. Cambridge scientists are working with leading energy companies to help develop new fuels.


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Online - Foundation Year applicant support programme - to 16 January

Get step-by-step Foundation Year application advice in our monthly webinars. The Foundation Year course is a free and fully-funded programme offering study in the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences.

Exhibitions - Darwin in Conversation - to Sat 3 December

Step into the University Library for a free exhibition about the endlessly curious life and letters of Charles Darwin.

Exhibitions - Defaced! Money, Conflict, Protest - to Sun 8 January 2023

This new exhibition is the first of its kind to examine the interplay between money, power and dissent over the last 200 years.

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