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New multi-faith space open for use
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Students awarded College Colours for sport
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Mao and Markets: The Communist Roots of Chinese Enterprise
Digital productivity and wellbeing: top tips from Tyler Shores
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25 Apr - 14 Jul
Poetry and Politics: Samuel Taylor Coleridge at Jesus College
1 Jun 18.30 - 19.00
3 Jun 14.00 - 23.00
Judge Business School Alumni Forum and Dinner
3 Jun 18.00 - 18.45
Saturday Choral Evensong
4 Jun 10.00 - 11.00
Sunday Morning Eucharist on Trinity Sunday
4 Jun 12.00 - 13.00
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Hear from our students
Land EconomyRead more
Land economy covers an incredibly wide range of topics across multiple academic disciplines. This diversity makes it fascinating to study, offers flexibility to specialise or maintain a wide coverage and enables development of a great number of skills including solving quantitative problems, analysing legal cases and statutes, interpreting economic models, and writing reports.
This range of skills means it acts as a stepping stone into many different careers. For example, I'm going to be an actuary and much of what I've learnt in my finance papers will be of great...
Geography at Cambridge is a hugely diverse course, which allows you to obtain a wider grasp on the world. The knowledge and skills gained from topics within both human and physical geography can complement a huge range of jobs! My favourite topic so far has been the Earth, as I find Volcanology incredibly interesting, although Geopolitics has also caught my eye. Next term we’ll be carrying out a project on air quality, which will involve data collection and practical application of our statistics modules.
When I visited Cambridge on an...
Asian and Middle Eastern StudiesRead more
I chose to study Asian and Middle Eastern Studies (AMES) at Cambridge due to my love for languages. I was keen to pick up new languages in addition to those which I had studied at school. The AMES tripos is excellent for this: in Years 1 and 2 I studied Arabic and Persian, and in my final year I am studying Arabic and Hindi. The small class sizes are excellent and really aid in the learning of new languages.
The degree is excellent with regards to the choice of modules...
Natural Sciences (Biological)Read more
I am a second year Natural Scientist at Jesus College studying biochemistry, cell and developmental biology and chemistry. I was particularly drawn to this course as it offers a wide range of both physical and biological subjects, with the opportunity to increasingly specialise over the years. For me studying in this multidisciplinary environment has been hugely beneficial and will be a great advantage for later research.
For Natural Science students, a lot of the contact time is at the University level. I have really enjoyed the opportunity to meet people...
Studying Archaeology at Jesus has been a fantastic experience. For the last three years, I have been able to choose from an enormous range of papers, allowing me to tailor the course to my personal areas of interest. Throughout this, I have benefited from the continued support of (among other brilliant academic staff in College) an archaeologically-specialised Director of Studies and a well stocked archaeology section in the College library, meaning I rarely need to borrow from the department.
Jesus College also offers a range of travel and study grants...