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Your directory to alumni life: events, benefits and updates.
Explore a wealth of online resources from Cambridge’s Colleges, departments, museums and more. From virtual tours to online exhibitions and interesting webinars covering a wide variety of topics, there’s something for everyone.
You’re eligible to join more than 400 volunteer-led alumni groups around the world. Most are geographic, while some special interest groups bring together alumni in the same sector or who have a shared interest.
Over the past few months our alumni groups have been innovative in their use of digital platforms to advise, inspire and stay connected during this difficult time.
Read recently published titles from the Cambridge community.
Alumni Book Club
Join the debate at the bi-monthly Cambridge Alumni Book Club. Participants are global and discussion is moderated by a dedicated group leader.
The University Careers Service has launched a new blog bringing together all the latest jobs and recruitment advice and information.
Alumni gifts for the festive season
Treat a friend – or yourself – this Christmas with our exclusive collection of University of Cambridge merchandise for alumni, which includes gifts for the home, office and special occasions.
Alumni Travel Programme
Exploring the world has never been more of a privilege. Next summer, continue your lifelong journey of learning and exploration with the Alumni Travel Programme with trips planned to Albania, North Macedonia, Iceland and the Istrian Peninsula.
You’ve got your degree – but there are still many ways to continue learning at Cambridge. The Møller Institute delivers practical high-impact leadership and management development through customised executive education programmes and open enrolment programmes on coaching and the explorer mindset. As a CAMCard holder, you can claim a 15 per cent discount on the Explorer Mindset and coaching programmes.
More than 7,500 alumni around the world registered for the Alumni Festival this year. The best of the festival is still available to view online – from exoplanets and classical music to privacy and sustainability, choose from the best that Cambridge has to offer on the Festival YouTube channel.
Lucy Cavendish expansion
Lucy Cavendish has announced a major expansion that will enable the College to admit 130 undergraduates in 2021. Until recently, Lucy Cavendish only admitted female undergraduates over the age of 21; in 2020, it broadened its admission policy to include female students over the age of 18 – it now accepts applications from all students.
The College will be focused on diversity, actively seeking to attract applications from students from disadvantaged or underrepresented backgrounds.
Latest Covid-19 research and analysis
Keep up to date with the latest Cambridge research and analysis on the global pandemic.
Stay Safe Cambridge Uni
The University and Colleges have put together a clear set of measures, which have been tested and refined in consultation with more than 300 students and staff, designed to keep everyone in our community as safe as possible.