Home to the University of Cambridge
The University of Cambridge is prestigious all over the world – it is ranked number 2 in the UK by Times Higher Education and number 4 in the world in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
The UK’s leading academic city
Cambridge has been renowned as a centre of learning for over 800 years, and is upheld as one of the best university cities not only in the UK but also in the world – meaning that you can take full advantage of the knowledge that is shared at local events and talks.
Centre of cutting-edge medicine
The Cambridge Biomedical Campus is one of the largest research clusters of its kind in the world, home to pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca, Addenbrooke’s Hospital and Papworth Hospital to name a few. This allows you to attend talks by key speakers and perhaps even take part in work experience.
The University of Cambridge is ranked:
(Times Higher Education)
Leading university for international students
A study from the British Council showed that the University of Cambridge has hosted more international students who have gone on to win a Nobel Prize than any other UK university – paving the way for international students studying in the UK.
Where famous academic figures studied
Inspired by both the historical and cuttingedge research taking place in Cambridge, you can achieve outstanding results while here – studying in the same city as the hugely influential Scientist Stephen Hawking, Naturalist Charles Darwin, Mathematician Alan Turing and Physicist Isaac Newton.
Host to high-technology business
Over the past 50 years, Cambridge has become a hub of modern technology with many of the world-leading companies setting up offices in the city – including Amazon, Apple and Samsung.
There are currently:
4,300+ advanced technology
firms in Cambridge