Honorary Fellow Veronica Ryan wins the Turner Prize
‘Low-cost solutions to climate change are in our grasp, but are being ignored’
Fitness levels can be accurately predicted using wearable devices – no exercise required
Dr Ben Bowers collects Outstanding Service Award from Queen’s Nursing Institute
Hostile Film Screening
Boy Actors in Early Modern England
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10 Dec 19.00 - 20.15
A Christmas Celebration
11 Dec 17.00 - 18.00
Carol Service for Staff and Fellows
12 Dec 18.00 - 19.00
Carol Service for Choir Patrons and Families
12 Jan 19.30 - 20.45
The Falling of Dusk
13 Jan 19.00 - 23.00
Reunion Dinner (1986, 1987, 1988, 1989 & 1990)
21 Jan 17.30 - 23.30
Computer Science Dinner NEW DATE
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When I arrived at Jesus for my interviews, I fell in love with the beautiful, unique architecture. The open spaces and green areas made me feel at home, and I was determined not to let the opportunity to live and work here slip through my fingers. Our library has one of the largest Classics sections of any College library; it’s right in the middle of College and accessible 24/7.
Classics is a small subject, and only a few universities offer it at the highest level - I chose Cambridge because...
Jesus College has been at the heart of my Cambridge experience. I chose the College because I was impressed by its distinctive blend of academic rigour and extracurricular achievement. A College for all-rounders, Jesus is a lively and rewarding place to study. I couldn’t be happier here!
Friendly and engaged, the Jesus postgraduate community never ceases to impress me. At ease with themselves and forever curious, my peers go out of their way to cultivate a sense of camaraderie. After a day of leafing through old manuscripts at the National...
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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!
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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...
I enjoy the strong scientific focus of the Medicine course at Cambridge for the first three pre-clinical years. The way the course is delivered is unique and, while it’s not for everyone, it is something that really pushes me. Despite the initial scientific focus, there is plenty of opportunity to see the clinical side with the ‘Preparing for Patients’ course, and through optional clinical sessions held by the upper year Jesus clinical medics.
Jesus College itself has such beautiful grounds and is a wonderful place to study. It has so...