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.

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Cambridge admits talented students from around the world to its undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Our 22,000-strong student body includes over 9,000 international students from nearly 150 different countries.

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University of Cambridge's Vice-Chancellor Professor Stephen J Toope with President of Ludwig-Maximillian University Professor Dr Bernd Huber

The Strategic Partnerships Office facilitates corporate partnerships and manages our key research collaborations with universities around the world.

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Regional focus


Vibrant teaching and research programmes focused on Africa exist across Cambridge. These have been brought together in a major University-wide initiative: the Cambridge-Africa Programme.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Our academics are involved in large-scale research projects with Indian partners, in areas including antimicrobial-resistant tuberculosis, inclusive education and agriculture.

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North America

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.

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