Life in Cambridge
Cambridge is a wonderful city in which you will experience both the rich history of England and the best of what contemporary life in the UK has to offer. It is a city that respects the past, lives in the present and looks to the future.
Even if you have never visited Cambridge, you will know something about it from film, literature and poetry. It inspired scientists like Darwin, Newton and Hawking, writers like AA Milne and Wordsworth and comedians like John Cleese and Eric Idle.
Today the city is inspiring thousands of Cambridge students, a new generation of artists and leads the way in new and emerging technology.
Please have a look at the links below for further information about Cambridge.
Arriving in the UK
Please familiarise yourself with our International Pre-Departure Guide before you travel to Cambridge. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact our International Centre.
If you would like us to arrange an airport transfer for you please complete this form and return it to email@example.com
If you arrive at college during working hours (8:30-17:00) you will be directed by reception to the International Centre for registration. Please ensure you have all of your necessary documents including your passport, original copies of qualification certificates, your offer letter and any pre-arranged accommodation information.
You will be provided with a student Identity Card and must keep this on when you are on college premises. Although it is best if you can arrive during office hours, we understand various factors including airport delays and so forth may lead to a later than anticipated arrival.
For further information about what to expect in your first day please read the International Student Handbook.