Meet our undergraduates
Meet some of our 500 undergraduates and hear what they think about Jesus College and Cambridge.
Meet our postgraduates
Meet some of the students in our large, welcoming postgraduate community.
Jesus rowers elected Cambridge University Boat Club presidents
Intellectual Forum Online Keynote Programme, 2023
Intellectual Forum In-Person Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Visiting Programme, 2023
Intellectual Forum In-Person Undergraduate Programme, 2023
New multi-faith space open for use
Limited evidence for prescribing ‘just in case’ drugs for people dying at home
EventsGo to the events section
25 Apr - 14 Jul
Poetry and Politics: Samuel Taylor Coleridge at Jesus College
10 Jun 18.00 - 18.45
Saturday Choral Evensong
11 Jun 10.00 - 11.00
Sunday Morning Eucharist
11 Jun 18.00 - 19.00
Sunday Choral Evensong with Address
13 Jun 18.30 - 19.15
Tuesday Choral Evensong
13 Jun 21.45 - 22.15
Compline by Candlelight
Hear from our students
Architecture at Cambridge is centred around studio work, where a design project is compiled into a final portfolio. My projects have varied greatly, with tutors from various architectural practices providing different insights into the design process.
I have approached architecture both from the scale of the private room, investigating spaces through filmic and literary precedents, and from the scale of the city in a collaborative and realistic masterplan that takes into account socioeconomic and cultural issues within a community. The research based ethos of the department is evident in the...
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...
The most exciting element of the Philosophy course for me is the wide variety of topics it covers, bringing together aspects from a whole range of diverse subjects. In one week I could be working through a set of logic questions, writing an essay about Mill's thoughts on feminism, and attending lectures on personal identity and utilitarianism! This diversity in the course makes it an incredibly engaging and continuously fascinating subject to study.
As well as giving me the chance to develop an array of practical, transferable skills, such as...
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...
There are many reasons why I’m so happy to be a part of Jesus College. The three biggest reasons for me are the opportunities to be involved in College sport, the support the College provides for me with for my research and the help in making sure that we have comfortable, affordable accommodation when we have needed it.
Jesus College is so friendly and so it is incredibly easy to get involved in the sport and social side of the College. The MCR does a great job in welcoming new...