The University of Cambridge is the fourth-oldest university in the world and was founded in 1209. Since then, the University has many notable alumni, among them: 110 Nobel Prize Laureates, 47 Heads of State, and 190 Olympic Medalists. Consistently, the University of Cambridge is ranked as one of the world’s leading universities in the world.
Today, the University is home to over 23000 students, including international students from over 147 countries and 11500 members of staff. The University of Cambridge is a confederation of 31 constituent Colleges, six Schools, and over 150 Faculties and Departments. The six Schools focus on study areas: Arts and Humanities, Biological Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Humanities and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Technology. Being a collegiate University, the University of Cambridge provides cutting-edge and world-class teaching and research for undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications. Thus, 30 undergraduate courses at Cambridge serve over 65 subject areas.
University’s mission is to contribute to society by pursuing education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence. There are core values: freedom of thought and expression; and freedom from discrimination.
Graduate employment is high among Cambridge students; thus, over 90% of former students are in employment or continuing their education. The University works with different businesses and companies; therefore, there is a chance to be involved in and build a career path.
The University of Cambridge delivers a broad range of contemporary facilities, such as libraries, museums, research, and sports facilities. Sports Service comprises three areas, and they are: University of Cambridge Sports Centre, Wilberforce Road Sports Ground, and Fenner’s Cricket & Tennis Ground.
The University offers a wide range of events, including world-class concerts, lectures, sports events, and festivals.
Accommodation Service is available for undergraduate and postgraduate students.