The University of Cambridge offers a wealth of study opportunities for individuals from around the world to engage with global themes.

Cambridge admits talented students from around the world to its undergraduate and graduate programmes. The 19,000-strong student body includes over 8,800 international students from over 130 different countries.

An understanding of other regions and cultures is inherent in every discipline taught at Cambridge. In addition, many institutions and initiatives engage with specific internationally-related themes.

The University’s International Summer Schools, established in 1923 and run by the Institute of Continuing Education, have a leading position amongst similar programmes world-wide. They offer over 150 courses each year, attracting students from more than 50 countries. Online short courses are open to all and provide access to world-class learning led by Cambridge experts. Some of the Cambridge Colleges also offer specialised summer programmes.

The University delivers a wide range of Executive and Professional Education, in Cambridge and overseas, for global audiences to address global challenges. These range from specialist programmes on climate change, water scarcity and food security, to open and bespoke programmes on leadership, management, entrepreneurship and innovation.