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Hughes Hall

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Hughes Hall Hughes Hall admits mature undergraduates over the age of 21 and affiliated students (who already have a good Honours degree from another university). The College is the oldest graduate College in the University, founded in 1885 for the training of graduate women teachers. In summary, Hughes Hall offers you:

Hughes Hall is a lively and cosmopolitan community of 540 graduate and mature undergraduate students studying for nearly all degrees offered by the University. We welcome applications from students of all backgrounds: A Levels, Open University, Access and similar qualifications. Applicants must be able to demonstrate their potential to succeed on a Cambridge course, and evidence of recent study at the relevant level is important.

Fact file UCAS campus code 7 Courses available All courses except Architecture, Medicine (other than the Graduate Course) and Veterinary Medicine Student numbers 100 mature undergraduates c35 admitted each year 450 postgraduates For students aged 21 and over

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• dedicated and experienced Tutors attuned to the needs of our students • a distinguished academic reputation, with Fellows and senior members of the College representing many University departments and disciplines • a friendly atmosphere promoting academic and extra-curricular aspirations for all students • first-class accommodation on-site available to all single undergraduate and affiliated students throughout their course • attractive buildings (including two accommodation blocks, one due to open in October 2016, and large dining hall/common room overlooking Fenner’s cricket ground) and quiet, relaxing gardens

• a city-centre location, close to many of the University’s and city’s facilities • a distinguished sporting reputation, with active College sports teams and many other clubs and societies • a programme of concerts, seminars, talks and formal dinners, fostering a friendly College community • an innovative Learning Resource Centre with modern library, computer and study facilities • a cosmopolitan community, supportive of overseas students

The key thing about Hughes Hall is diversity. It’s packed with students from varying cultures, countries and backgrounds forming a unique community in which to enjoy the social and intellectual joys of study. John

Admissions Tutor Dr Michael J Franklin Senior Tutor Dr Philip S Johnston Open days 2015 See the College website for information and booking All subjects 3 July See also Cambridge Open Days p147 Location Map reference 11 (see p152-3) Wollaston Road, Cambridge CB1 2EW

01223 761805 / 334897 admissions@hughes.cam.ac.uk www.hughes.cam.ac.uk

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University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus 2016 Entry  

University of Cambridge Undergraduate Prospectus 2016 Entry