The University of Cambridge is a global institution. These pages provide an overview of Cambridge's international activities in pursuit of its mission to contribute to society through excellence of education, learning and research.
Cambridge admits talented students from around the world to its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Our 19,000-strong student body includes over 8,800 international students from more than 130 different countries.
In China, Cambridge academics are engaged in a broad range of collaborations with Chinese colleagues, in areas as diverse as food security, the epidemiology of autism, labour economics, and the origins of agriculture.
Partnership with India is a strategic priority for the University. Cambridge academics are involved in large-scale research projects with Indian partners, in areas including anti-microbial resistant tuberculosis, inclusive education and agriculture.
The range and diversity of countries in the wide Asia-Pacific region is reflected in Cambridge’s varied and dynamic range of activities - in Australia, New Zealand, Japan, Singapore and elsewhere in the region.
Through high-level participation in pan-European bodies and strong bilateral relations with institutions in European countries, Cambridge is committed to active and positive engagement with its partners across Europe.
A strong transatlantic relationship is inherent in education and research at Cambridge. Our academics are involved in world-leading collaborations with American and Canadian colleagues in every area of research.