University of Cambridge

Located in the center of the ancient city of Cambridge, 50 miles north of London, the University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research institution that serves more than 18,000 students from all corners of the globe. 

The university consists of numerous listed buildings and is divided into 31 autonomous colleges, with many of the older ones situated on the famous river Cam. Applications are made directly to the individual colleges, rather than to the university overall. You can live and are often taught within your college, receiving small group teaching sessions known as college supervisions. 

Six academic schools – Arts and Humanities, Biological Sciences, Clinical Medicine, Humanities and Social Sciences, Physical Sciences, and Technology – are spread across the university’s colleges, housing roughly 150 faculties and other institutions. 

Founded in 1209, the University of Cambridge’s 800-year history makes it the fourth-oldest university in the world and the second-oldest university in the English-speaking world. Cambridge students make up 20 percent of the town's population and most of the older colleges are situated near the city center. Its notable buildings give the city of Cambridge a unique character, and include King's College Chapel, the history faculty building designed by James Stirling and the Cripps Building at St John's College.

Cambridge is widely acknowledged as a vibrant place to be a student. On the academic side, the university is home to over 100 libraries, which hold more than 15 million books in total. There are also nine world-renowned arts, scientific and cultural 100 libraries, which hold more than 15 million books in total. There are also nine world-renowned arts, scientific and cultural museums such as Kettle’s Yard and the Fitzwilliam Museum, which are open to the public throughout the year, as well as a botanical garden. 

Extracurricular activities give you the chance to get involved with anything from the university’s renowned student drama societies, which spawned the likes of comedy group Monty Python, to music, politics and hundreds of other clubs and societies. The sports scene at Cambridge is huge too, with state-of-the-art facilities and over 80 sports on offer with teams for novices and experts alike. 

With its reputation for academic excellence and traditional scholarly values, the University of Cambridge often ranks among the very top universities in the world for teaching, research, and international outlook. 

 



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Master of Business Administration -
-- The program is ranked 19th in the world by QS World University Rankings: Global MBA Rankings 2018 Program is ranked in the top-ten one-year programmes by the Financial Times and The Economist It is designed to follow a 'micro to macro' pathway and to transform students professionally and personally Students will study courses like Organisations in Context, Entrepreneurship, Management Science, Corporate Finance and Financial Reporting & Analysis

Category : Postgraduate

Computer Science and Information System -
-- Cambridge was a pioneer of computer science and continues to lead its development. There are over 1,000 specialist computing and advanced technology companies and commercial laboratories in the area (known as 'Silicon Fen'). Course is broad and deep - giving skills to create future technology. All aspects of modern computer science are covered, along with the underlying theory and foundations in economics, law and business. Student also develop practical skills, such as programming (in various languages, eg ML, Java, C/C++, Prolog) and hardware systems (eg chip design using Verilog).

Category : Postgraduate

Architecture -
-- Architecture at Cambridge ranked 1st by the Guardian’s 2018 University Guide The architecture course at Cambridge is unashamedly academic in its approach. Students are expected to master the technical subjects but they are also expected to acquire a much deeper understanding of the theoretical, historical and cultural context of architecture that is generally required at other schools. This course aims to foster the skills that will enable an individual to continue to learn and develop throughout his or her future career. It provides a unique range of skills which lead to a wide range of careers, not just architecture and the course is exceptionally demanding, and most successful students are driven to complete the course by their wish to become practitioners.

Category : Postgraduate

Finance -
-- The Cambridge MFin focuses on the theory and practice of finance, drawing upon the University of Cambridge's long heritage of excellence in teaching and research The Master of Finance is taught within Cambridge Judge Business School a world-class provider of business education that has strong links with the banking and finance industry The programme consists of core courses, a range of electives covering the main areas of applied finance, live projects which enable the integration of theory and practice, a weekly networking opportunity within the City Speaker Series and a number of summer activities

Category : Postgraduate

Business and Economics -
-- The program provides a course in economic principles and their application that stimulates and challenges students whose abilities range up to the highest; It develops students' competence in the assimilation of complex arguments, the analysis of practical issues, logical thought, quantitative techniques, mathematical skills, and effective communication, using a range of teaching methods; It develops skills that are of value for subsequent careers, primarily in professional and managerial occupations; It develops in students a knowledge of the workings of economic systems and a sense of the economic dimensions of social and political issues

Category : Undergraduate

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Master of Business Administration -
-- The program is ranked 19th in the world by QS World University Rankings: Global MBA Rankings 2018 Program is ranked in the top-ten one-year programmes by the Financial Times and The Economist It is designed to follow a 'micro to macro' pathway and to transform students professionally and personally Students will study courses like Organisations in Context, Entrepreneurship, Management Science, Corporate Finance and Financial Reporting & Analysis

Category : Postgraduate

Computer Science and Information System -
-- Cambridge was a pioneer of computer science and continues to lead its development. There are over 1,000 specialist computing and advanced technology companies and commercial laboratories in the area (known as 'Silicon Fen'). Course is broad and deep - giving skills to create future technology. All aspects of modern computer science are covered, along with the underlying theory and foundations in economics, law and business. Student also develop practical skills, such as programming (in various languages, eg ML, Java, C/C++, Prolog) and hardware systems (eg chip design using Verilog).

Category : Postgraduate

Architecture -
-- Architecture at Cambridge ranked 1st by the Guardian’s 2018 University Guide The architecture course at Cambridge is unashamedly academic in its approach. Students are expected to master the technical subjects but they are also expected to acquire a much deeper understanding of the theoretical, historical and cultural context of architecture that is generally required at other schools. This course aims to foster the skills that will enable an individual to continue to learn and develop throughout his or her future career. It provides a unique range of skills which lead to a wide range of careers, not just architecture and the course is exceptionally demanding, and most successful students are driven to complete the course by their wish to become practitioners.

Category : Postgraduate

Finance -
-- The Cambridge MFin focuses on the theory and practice of finance, drawing upon the University of Cambridge's long heritage of excellence in teaching and research The Master of Finance is taught within Cambridge Judge Business School a world-class provider of business education that has strong links with the banking and finance industry The programme consists of core courses, a range of electives covering the main areas of applied finance, live projects which enable the integration of theory and practice, a weekly networking opportunity within the City Speaker Series and a number of summer activities

Category : Postgraduate

Business and Economics -
-- The program provides a course in economic principles and their application that stimulates and challenges students whose abilities range up to the highest; It develops students' competence in the assimilation of complex arguments, the analysis of practical issues, logical thought, quantitative techniques, mathematical skills, and effective communication, using a range of teaching methods; It develops skills that are of value for subsequent careers, primarily in professional and managerial occupations; It develops in students a knowledge of the workings of economic systems and a sense of the economic dimensions of social and political issues

Category : Undergraduate

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