Everyone’s path to Cambridge is different and, as a stepping stone to study, the Foundation Year programme is giving outstanding students a chance they might not have expected.
Psychologist and Fellow Emerita of Newnham, Dr Terri Apter reveals the reads which have had the greatest influence on her life.
A £100 million gift and the largest-ever study on genetics and weight gain.
What attracts the world’s very best grad students to Cambridge? Academic excitement, a global perspective – and outstanding support
From the General Strike to the campaign to ban Sainsbury’s, Mill Road has long provided a home to Cambridge radicals
What is it really like to apply to Cambridge in 2018? Adeline Wee, Daniel Oluboyede and Esmee Wright talk form-filling, interviews and determination
New books, old books and little-known books: CAM presents the definitive summer reading list
‘From the sublime to the ridiculous’ – Cambridge porters spill the beans