Professor Lord Robert Mair in the House of Lords on the ‘Select Committee Report on Risk Assessment and Risk Planning’
"It was all about new and boundary-breaking forms of doing literary criticism"
Fellow leads research that could catapult mechanobiology advances into the clinical arena
John Hughes Arts Festival 2023
Runaway West Antarctic ice retreat isn’t inevitable: it can be slowed by climate-driven changes in ocean temperature
The Falling of Dusk
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31 Jan 18.30 - 19.15
Tuesday Choral Evensong with Stockport Grammar School Choir
1 Feb 19.30 - 20.45
Building sustainable communities: rehabilitating 33 million people after the 2022 Pakistan Floods
2 Feb 18.15 - 19.15
Festal Eucharist for the Feast of Candlemas
3 Feb 18.15 - 18.45
Choral Evensong for the Feast of St Radegund
4 Feb 18.00 - 18.45
Saturday Choral Evensong
5 Feb 10.00 - 11.00
Sunday Morning Eucharist
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When applying to Cambridge colleges it can feel a bit overwhelming as there are so many to choose from. I applied to Jesus College because it has a large MCR which was important for me because I wanted to feel part of a community.
Now that I’m doing my PhD here, I’m very glad I did choose a college with a large postgraduate community. Throughout the year there are lots of postgraduate events, including formal dinners, special formals at Christmas and Easter, bops in the bar and film nights in...
Jesus is known for being the friendly College, and I really felt that aspect of our ethos while walking around during the open day I attended. This, coupled with the lovely and historic atmosphere, pushed me to apply here.
I chose to study Economics because I appreciate how it explains the world around us via informative interpretations and predictions. Cambridge was the natural choice, given its reputation as having the most rigorous and wide-ranging undergraduate Economics course in the world. I’ve really enjoyed the course’s blend of mathematics, problem-solving and...
I studied Maths at Jesus College for four years as an undergraduate. I am now a PhD student in the doctoral training program at the Cambridge Centre for Analysis. I work in the area of partial differential equations, specifically those arising in kinetic theory.
At Cambridge I was introduced to a wide variety of areas of Maths, many of which I hadn’t really known existed before coming to university. I found the course highly rewarding and always interesting. The course starts with a good grounding in the basics, leaving many...
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For the last two years, the politics and international relations track has given me the opportunity to study the politics of the modern world and a cross section of the centuries of philosophy that underpin it. This year, from a selection of every major region, I chose to focus on the Middle East, and the course has given a real insight into topics that seem to be more often discussed than understood, like the Arab Spring and the Syrian Civil War.
From supervisors through to my Director of Studies, I...
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I chose to do Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion at Cambridge because it was the most diverse and flexible course for this subject available. Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion is a broad subject that encompasses a lot of my passions including literature, language, and history; skills required for each of these disciplines are challenged and developed by the course.
The Faculty is great environment for learning, with a friendly atmosphere and a fantastic library working space. It is a pleasure in particular to be a theologian at Jesus...