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Finance type Nonprofit
Organization type Public
Abbreviation UoC
Teachers 5,084
Students 18,977
Foreigners 34%
Religion None
Academic calendar Trimesters
AdmissionBased on grades and examinations
Gender limitation No limits
Colors Cambridge blue
Campus type Urban
Housing Available
Financial aid Available
Exchange programs Available
Library Available
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• Privy Council
• Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
• European University Association (EUA)
• International Alliance of Research Universities (IARU)
• League of European Research Universities (LERU)
• Coimbra Group
• The Russell Group
• Universities UK
World ranking4
Country ranking1
Academic Reputation2
Employer Reputation2
Quality of teaching16
International Faculty80
International Students53
Citations per Faculty42
Ranking in world by sphere
Arts and Humanities3
Engineering and Technology3
Life Sciences and Medicine2
Natural Science3
Social Sciences and Management4
Ranking in world by discipline
Computer Science23
Economics & Business18
Cost of living in Cambridge, USD/month
Accommodation $308 $411
Food $150 $330
Transportation $42 $123
Communications and utilities $68 $100
Clothing $18 $71
Sports and leisure $21 $72
Accommodation in Cambridge, USD/month
Shared room outside of centre$308
Shared room in city centre$513
1 bedroom apartment outside of centre$730
1 bedroom apartment in city centre$969
International rankings
UniPage World University Ranking4
QS World University Rankings3
ARWU Academic Ranking5
Webometrics Ranking15
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Кембриджский университетru
Universidad de Cambridgees
جامعة كمبريدجar
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Universität Cambridgede
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Prifysgol Caergrawntcy
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I was nourishing an idea to share my experience of getting my Bachelor degree from the time of admission arrangements and study in England, in particular, for so long. And it is about the time! So much so that I studied in England, at one of the best world universities – Cambridge University. I suppose my travel to England will be one of the most flamboyant keepsakes in my life as the long exciting trip to quest for qualification and good friends. To start with, I will tell about the way I made my choice for the Cambridge University, not others.

How I made my choice for England

Inquiring into resources on tertiary education institutions in various countries I came to conclusion that average cost of study in England is far lower than in the USA, though a bit higher than in many other countries of the world. This should not mean that US education gives more qualification. It is well known that Cambridge and Oxford Universities are acknowledged as the most prestigious world education facilities. Based on thirst for the education avail for my qualification I voted for England.

Oxford or Cambridge?

I had to be clear with the university I want to study on my own. Analyzing lots of publications and participating in various forms, I was sure to come to the best and right decision about Cambridge or Oxford. This is the most challenging aspect of this epic to find the best place for particular person. Each applicant is willing to make a solid investigation to come to the true. As for me, I am ready to state on the following only:
  1. Both universities are the best ones; they offer excellent qualification and these credentials prove to be acknowledged globally to make a successful career;
  2. Cambridge almost always ranks the top based on various rating systems and evaluation lists for universities;
  3. Cambridge is kind of unattainable altitude for international students as compared with Oxford.
This is all to say. I know people who came to estimation of insignificant peculiarities when choosing between these two universities against the quality of education and other criteria. For example, there is a river in Cambridge washing base-courts of the university buildings whereas Oxford – has no such a river. But there is a world-known Cheshire Oaks in Oxford with lots of fascinating museums that are missing in Cambridge.
I was goal-oriented to study at Cambridge University though I cannot be sound to explain my aspiration for that. I believe these universities are perfect to study and the most important is to get a ticket to study there.

Procedure of my enrollment

I am about to concern those who are not aware of the English system of education that the applicants should have the education equivalent to the British Level At to get enrolled to one of universities. As an alternative, widely acknowledged International Baccalaureate Diploma is helpful. Applicants should also submit the Certificate on English language proficiency (IELTS 7 and TOEFL 100). I admit that such an exam was quite difficult for me to pass back at the time when I was only thinking of the study abroad.
It’s going to be a little bit complicated to get enrolled at the university in England for the Bachelor level programme if you have not completed pre-university courses in Great Britain known as Sixth Form School. Applicants should study there for 2 years. Then, the school graduates may submit their CV and exam results to five universities not more for enrollment. I got the offer when I was on my way to complete one of such schools.
If you choose to study at the Cambridge or Oxford University I need to warn that the admission procedure adopted by these two differ from other requirements to enroll to colleges in Great Britain. So, if you want to enroll to English colleges you are asked to send your CV and pre-university course results. If you are eligible, the university will e-mail on acceptance. This is quite comfortable mechanism of work that does not require expenses for trips.

How I was admitted to the Cambridge University?

In my time I faced with that the document submission to the Cambridge University is the initial stage of enrollment. If the applicant is eligible, the interview is offered to the latter. This requires arrangements. The applicant should prepare all documents, certificates, exam result papers, other test results with IELTS-7 to be a supplementary document, the Leaving Certificate and several reference letters given by school authorities. The applicant is interviewed by 2 or 3 responsible persons. Three of them interviewed me personally, with one of them to be PhD, and other – academicians. Each one who has ever been interviewed knows that the applicant is first questioned on personal plans and intentions. Then professional and job or study-related questions are asked.
The interview results are e-mailed, though in some particular cases the responsible persons make a telephone call home. This happened to one of my friends when he was told by telephone on the interview results. He took everything as a joke though in the end of the conversation he fully realized the case was true.

Peculiarities of study at the British University

Cambridge and Oxford are the oldest and respected universities in the country. They take a pride of educating many considerable figures at the place. So, Bill Clinton, Margaret Thatcher and Thomas Moore were one of prominent graduates of these institutions. When we hear Cambridge or Oxford today, we imagine on gowns, wand, 100-kg books and students who devote all their life to study, and on the top of it, we think of Harry Potter.
I am the second-course student at the Economics College at the Cambridge University. I study for the Bachelor level programme. The college of mine is called King’s college. In principle, there is no main campus at the Cambridge University as it is at Columbian or Boston Technological universities. Today, the Cambridge University comprises of 31 colleges. Three of them admit females only, and the rest 28 – both males and females. Each college has its own campus with hostels, administration offices, canteen and a church. Colleges based in the center of the city are deemed to be more popular and more prestigious since they have a good record to question. They include Peterhouse, King’s college, Trinity and St John’s.

Supervisions at British universities

Apart from division into colleges, the Cambridge University differs from other British high education institutions in the following aspect. In addition to repetitious lectures and practical classes, supervisions are available in the evenings. This appears as meetings of students and supervisors 2 to 3 times a week, so, when I studied the history of Economics, the supervisor of mine was the Professor of Economics whoa assisted with my Essay and paper choice. He regularly monitored my study and my attendance records and home tasks. This is a perfect thing, this kind of supervision. Unfortunately, this kind of education is available only for students of the first two years.

My leisure time

As I said earlier, Cambridge includes 31 colleges. Each college manages its own campus, a canteen, a bar and a hostel. The movie about Harry Potter clearly gives the impressions of the atmosphere in here, at the Cambridge college: the canteen looks perfectly like the movie canteen with long tables served with dishes. Special dinners are arranged at the university on holidays when the students are asked to follow dress-code. So, guys wear smoking and girls wear evening dresses.
The prosy life of the student at the Cambridge University is like everywhere at the study period. This includes lectures, courses, seminars, practical works, vacation, sports and nightlife, yeah. This is to be one of good things for students. The student is afforded to accommodate at hostels for the period of 1 to years depending on the level programme, Bachelor, Master’s or PhD. I live not far away from the campus and the library. I really enjoy the park nearby and a football field that we use 2 to 3 times a week with friends.

My impressions on study and life in England

Living in here, I appreciated football as the sports. I really fell over it observing achievements of the Premier League: I cheer on Manchester United. One more thing I would like to mention: honestly, I don’t like traditional British food so I am the steady customer of local cafes where the European food is served.
To those who still consider their chances to study in England: it deserves it. The stay in here gives positive emotions. A promenade along London is worth much, with its beautiful well-groomed streets, banking institutions and stores. People are polite and well-educated.
Just stop hesitating, make your choice and follow me. This is a great place to enjoy and to get a perfect qualification to find yourself!

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Programs - Bachelor

Bachelor Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
Bachelor Archaeology and Anthropology
Bachelor Architecture
Bachelor Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Bachelor Astrophysics
Bachelor Biochemistry
Bachelor Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Bachelor Chemical Engineering
Bachelor Chemistry
Bachelor Classics
Bachelor Computer Science
Bachelor Economics
Bachelor Education
Bachelor Engineering
Bachelor English
Bachelor French
Bachelor Genetics
Bachelor Geography
Bachelor Geological Sciences
Bachelor German
Bachelor History
Bachelor History and Philosophy of Science
Bachelor History of Art
Bachelor Italian
Bachelor Land Economy
Bachelor Law
Bachelor Linguistics
Bachelor Management Studies
Bachelor Manufacturing Engineering
Bachelor Materials Science
Bachelor Mathematics
Bachelor Medicine
Bachelor Music
Bachelor Neuroscience
Bachelor Pathology
Bachelor Pharmacology
Bachelor Philosophy
Bachelor Physical Sciences
Bachelor Physics
Bachelor Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
Bachelor Plant Sciences
Bachelor Politics, Psychology and Sociology*
Bachelor Portuguese
Bachelor Psychology
Bachelor Russian
Bachelor Spanish
Bachelor Systems Biology
Bachelor Theology and Religious Studies
Bachelor Veterinary Medicine
Bachelor Zoology Postgraduate Taught Courses
Bachelor Advanced Chemical Engineering: MPhil
Bachelor Advanced Computer Science: MPhil
Bachelor African Studies: MPhil
Bachelor American Literature: MPhil
Bachelor Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic: MPhil
Bachelor Anthropology: see Biological Anthropology, Social Anthropology
Bachelor Applied Criminology and Police Management: MSt
Bachelor Applied Criminology, Penology and Management: MSt
Bachelor Applied Linguistics, English and: MPhil
Bachelor Archaeological Research: MPhil
Bachelor Archaeology: MPhil
Bachelor Art, History of: MPhil
Bachelor Asian and Middle Eastern Studies: MPhil, also see South Asian Studies
Bachelor Assyriology: MPhil
Bachelor Astrophysics: MASt
Bachelor Biological Anthropology: MPhil
Bachelor Bioscience Enterprise: MPhil
Bachelor Building History: MSt
Bachelor Business Administration: MBA
Bachelor Business: see Management
Bachelor Celtic Studies: see Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
Bachelor Classics: MPhil
Bachelor Computational Biology: MPhil
Bachelor Computer Science, Advanced: MPhil
Bachelor Conservation Leadership: MPhil
Bachelor Construction Engineering: MSt
Bachelor Criminological Research: MPhil
Bachelor Criminology: MPhil
Bachelor Development Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Early Modern History: MPhil
Bachelor Economic and Social History: MPhil
Bachelor Economic Research: MPhil
Bachelor Economics: MPhil, Diploma
Bachelor Education: PGCE, MPhil, MEd
Bachelor Egyptology: MPhil
Bachelor Engineering for Sustainable Development: MPhil
Bachelor English and Applied linguistics: MPhil
Bachelor English Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Environment, Society, and Development: MPhil
Bachelor Environmental Design in Architecture: MPhil
Bachelor Environmental Policy: MPhil
Bachelor Environmental Science: MPhil
Bachelor Epidemiology: MPhil
Bachelor Ethnomusicology: MPhil
Bachelor European Literature and Culture: MPhil
Bachelor Finance: MPhil, MFin also see Economics, Land Economy
Bachelor Fluid Flow in Industry and the Environment: MPhil
Bachelor Historic Environment: MSt
Bachelor Historical Studies: MPhil
Bachelor History of Art and Architecture: MPhil
Bachelor History, Philosophy and Sociology of Science, Technology and Medicine: MPhil
Bachelor Human Evolutionary Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Industrial Systems, Manufacture and Management: MPhil
Bachelor Innovation, Strategy and Organisation: MPhil
Bachelor Interdisciplinary Design for the Built Environment: MSt
Bachelor International Relations: MPhil, MSt
Bachelor Jewish-Christian Relations: MSt
Bachelor Land Economy Research: MPhil
Bachelor Latin American Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Law: LLM
Bachelor Legal Studies: Diploma
Bachelor Linguistics: MPhil
Bachelor Local and Regional History: MSt
Bachelor Management Science and Operations: MPhil
Bachelor Management: MPhil
Bachelor Materials Science: MASt
Bachelor Mathematics: MMath, MAst (these courses are offered in two departments: Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics)
Bachelor Medieval and Renaissance literature: MPhil
Bachelor Medieval History: MPhil, also see Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
Bachelor Micro- and Nanotechnology Enterprise: MPhil
Bachelor Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies): MPhil
Bachelor Modern European History: MPhil
Bachelor Modern Society and Global Transformation: MPhil
Bachelor Modern South Asian Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Multi-Disciplinary Gender Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Musical Composition: MPhil
Bachelor Musicology: MPhil
Bachelor Nuclear Energy: MPhil
Bachelor Oriental Studies: see Asian and Middle Eastern Studies, South Asian Studies
Bachelor Philosophy of Science: see History and Philosophy of Science
Bachelor Philosophy: MPhil
Bachelor Physics: MASt
Bachelor Planning, Growth and Regeneration: MPhil
Bachelor Polar Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Political Thought and Intellectual History: MPhil
Bachelor Politics: MPhil
Bachelor Public Health: MPhil
Bachelor Real Estate Finance: MPhil
Bachelor Russian Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Scientific Computing: MPhil
Bachelor Screen Media and Cultures: MPhil
Bachelor Social and Developmental Psychology: MPhil
Bachelor Social Anthropology: MPhil, MRes
Bachelor South Asian Studies: MPhil
Bachelor Statistical Science: MPhil
Bachelor Sustainability Leadership: MSt
Bachelor Technology Policy: MPhil
Bachelor Theology and Religious Studies: MPhil, Diploma
Bachelor Translational Medicine and Therapeutics: MPhil Postgraduate Research Programs
Bachelor Agricultural Botany: PhD
Bachelor Anaesthesia: see Medicine
Bachelor Anatomy: see Physiology, Development and Neuroscience
Bachelor Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic: PhD
Bachelor Applied Linguistics, English and: PhD
Bachelor Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics: PhD
Bachelor Archaeology: PhD
Bachelor Architecture: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Art, History of: PhD
Bachelor Asian and Middle Eastern Studies: PhD
Bachelor Astronomy: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Biochemistry: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Bioinformatics: PhD see European Bioinformatics Institute, Gurdon Institute, Sanger Institute
Bachelor Biological Anthropological Science: MPhil
Bachelor Biological Anthropology: PhD
Bachelor Biological Science: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Biological Science: MRes/MPhil + PhD Four-Year Doctoral Programmes (These courses are offered in: Stem Cell Research, Physiology, Development and Neuroscience)
Bachelor Biostatistics (MRC Biostatistics Unit): PhD see also Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics
Bachelor Biotechnology: PhD
Bachelor Botany: see Plant Sciences
Bachelor Brain Science: see Cognition and Brain Sciences, Experimental Psychology, Clinical Neurosciences, Psychiatry
Bachelor British Literature Post-1830: PhD
Bachelor Business Administration: see Judge Business School
Bachelor Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre: PhD
Bachelor Cancer Research
Bachelor Cardiovascular Research: MRes or MPhil + PhD Four-Year Doctoral Programme
Bachelor Cardiovascular Science
Bachelor Cell Biology
Bachelor Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology: MPhil
Bachelor Chemical Engineering: PhD
Bachelor Chemistry: MPhil, PhD see Chemistry, British Antarctic Survey (PhD only), Melville Laboratory for Polymer Synthesis
Bachelor Chinese Studies (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies): PhD
Bachelor Classics: PhD
Bachelor Clinical Biochemistry: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Clinical Medicine: clinically-based MPhils and PhDs are available in a number of areas in the Clinical School: Clinical Academic Training Programme, MB/PhD Programme
Bachelor Clinical Neurosciences: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Cognition and Brain Sciences: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Computation, Cognition and Language (English and Applied linguistics): PhD
Bachelor Computational Biology: see Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, European Bioinformatics Institute
Bachelor Computer Science and Technology: PhD
Bachelor Criminology: PhD
Bachelor Design: see Architecture
Bachelor Developmental Biology: MPhil + PhD Four-Year Doctoral Programme
Bachelor Developmental Biology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Divinity: CPGS, MLitt, PhD
Bachelor Dutch (Old Dutch): see Modern and Medieval Languages
Bachelor Earth Sciences (British Antarctic Survey): PhD
Bachelor Earth Sciences: PhD
Bachelor East Asian Studies (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies): PhD
Bachelor Ecology
Bachelor Economics: PhD
Bachelor Education: MPhil/MEd, PhD, EdD
Bachelor Engineering: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor English and Applied Linguistics: PhD
Bachelor English: PhD
Bachelor Environment: see Architecture, Engineering, Geography, Land Economy
Bachelor Epidemiology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Evolution: see Biological Anthropology
Bachelor Experimental Psychology: MPhil, MSc, PhD
Bachelor French (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Genetics: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Genomics: MPhil, PhD see Sanger Institute
Bachelor Geographical Research: MPhil
Bachelor Geography: PhD also see British Antarctic Survey, Earth Sciences, Scott Polar Research Insitute
Bachelor German (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Greek (Modern Greek): see Modern and Medieval Languages
Bachelor Gynaecology: see Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Bachelor Haematology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Health: see Public Health and Primary Care
Bachelor Hebrew Studies (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies): PhD
Bachelor History and Philosophy of Science: PhD
Bachelor History of Art: PhD
Bachelor History: PhD
Bachelor Human Nutrition Research: PhD
Bachelor Immunology
Bachelor Infection and Immunity: MRes + PhD Four-Year Programme
Bachelor International Studies: see Politics and International Studies
Bachelor Italian (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Japanese Studies (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies): PhD
Bachelor Land Economy: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Languages: see Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Education, English, English and Applied Linguistics, Modern and Medieval Languages
Bachelor Latin (Neo Latin): see Modern and Medieval Languages
Bachelor Latin American Studies: PhD
Bachelor Law: MLitt, PhD, Diploma (Legal Studies), Diploma (International Law)
Bachelor Linguistics (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD also see English, English and Applied Linguistics
Bachelor Literature: see Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic, Education, English, Modern and Medieval Languages
Bachelor Management Studies: PhD
Bachelor Manufacturing and Management: PhD
Bachelor Materials Science and Metallurgy: MSc, MPhil, PhD, EngD, 4 Year PhD, PhD (NanoDTC)
Bachelor Mathematics: see Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics, Education
Bachelor Medical Genetics: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Medical Imaging
Bachelor Medical Research at Cambridge Institute for Medical Research (CIMR): MRes + PhD Four-Year Doctoral Programme
Bachelor Medical Science: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Medical Science: MRes + PhD Four-Year Doctoral Programme see Medical Research CIMR Programme, Cardiovascular Research, Infection and Immunity, Metabolic and Cardiovascular Disease
Bachelor Medicinal Chemistry (CRUK): PhD
Bachelor Medicine: MPhil, PhD, MD
Bachelor Medieval History: see Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic
Bachelor Metabolic and Cardiovascular Disease: MRes + PhD Four-Year Doctoral Programme also see Cardiovascular Research
Bachelor Metabolic Science
Bachelor Metallurgy: see Materials Science and Metallurgy
Bachelor Middle Eastern Studies: see Archaeology, Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Bachelor Mitochondrial Biology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Modern and Medieval Languages: PhD
Bachelor Modern Greek (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Molecular Biology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Multi-Disciplinary Gender Studies: PhD
Bachelor Music: PhD
Bachelor Nanoscience: PhD
Bachelor Neo Latin (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Neuroscience: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Nutrition: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Obstetrics and Gynaecology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Old Dutch (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Oncology: Mhil, PhD
Bachelor Oriental Studies: see Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
Bachelor Orthopaedic Research: see Surgery
Bachelor Paediatrics: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Pathology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Pharmacology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Philosophy: PhD
Bachelor Photonic Systems Development: IDP
Bachelor Physics: MPhil, PhD also see Astronomy, Materials Science and Metallurgy
Bachelor Physiology, Development and Neuroscience: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Plant Sciences: MPhil, PhD see also Agricultural Botany
Bachelor Polar Studies: see British Antarctic Survey, Scott Polar Research Institute
Bachelor Politics and International Studies: PhD
Bachelor Portuguese (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Psychiatry: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Public Health and Primary Care: PhD
Bachelor Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics: PhD
Bachelor Radiology: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Religious Studies: see Divinity
Bachelor Sanskrit and South Asian Studies (Asian and Middle Eastern Studies): PhD
Bachelor Scott Polar Research Institute: PhD
Bachelor Slavonic Studies (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Social and Developmental Psychology: PhD
Bachelor Social Anthropology: PhD
Bachelor Sociology: PhD
Bachelor Spanish (Modern and Medieval Languages): PhD
Bachelor Statistics: see Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, Pure Mathematics and Mathematical Statistics
Bachelor Stem Cell Research: MRes + PhD Four-Year Doctoral Programme
Bachelor Surgery: MPhil, PhD, MChir
Bachelor Theology: see Divinity
Bachelor Veterinary Science: MPhil, PhD
Bachelor Zoology: MPhil, PhD