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Intellectual Forum In-Person Undergraduate Programme, 2023
Intellectual Forum Online Keynote Programme, 2023
Intellectual Forum In-Person Business, Innovation, and Entrepreneurship Visiting Programme, 2023
New multi-faith space open for use
Limited evidence for prescribing ‘just in case’ drugs for people dying at home
Students awarded College Colours for sport
EventsGo to the events section
25 Apr - 14 Jul
Poetry and Politics: Samuel Taylor Coleridge at Jesus College
8 Jun 18.15 - 19.30
Festal Eucharist for Corpus Christi
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
Hear from our students
Modern and Medieval LanguagesRead more
Modern and Medieval Languages (MML) is a hugely flexible course that allows you to explore the history, film, art, literature, linguistics, and thought of the languages that you study. In my first year alone, I studied medieval French literature, 17th century Mexican poetry, and French Nouvelle Vague cinema!
Jesus is the perfect place to study MML at Cambridge. With its beautiful, spacious grounds and friendly, tight-knit community of students and staff, it’s a supportive and stimulating place to work and live. There’s always something going on in College, from sport...
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...
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...
Psychological and Behavioural SciencesRead more
The content of the Psychological and Behavioural Sciences Tripos has truly opened my eyes to the world and continues to deepen my understanding of the myriad of factors that influence everything from interpersonal interactions to widespread social issues that we face everyday. The multidisciplinary nature of the course provides many dimensions of knowledge that can help in any discussion you might find yourself in!
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...