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Trinity College Cambridge is a diverse community of scholars and students, in an energised intellectually-challenging environment for the study of the sciences, mathematics, arts and humanities.

We seek applicants with the greatest potential, regardless of background or family income, who are open to and curious about new ideas and subjects, and who will benefit most from the in-depth teaching offered by the College and the University.

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Undergraduate Study

Trinity offers 27 undergraduate degree programmes, and admits around 200 new students per year to them.  The pages here provide information on those subjects, on our facilities and services, how to apply, and details of student finance.

Postgraduate Study

Application for admission as a postgraduate student is carried out by applying to the University and Colleges via the University’s Postgraduate Admissions Office and choosing up to two Colleges.

Junior Research Fellowships

A Research Fellowship provides an opportunity to spend up to four years in Cambridge undertaking post‐doctoral research or scholarly work at an early stage of an academic career; this research may be on a topic essentially of the Fellow’s own choice however, for an experimental scientist suitable arrangements must be made with one of the laboratories in the University.

College Facilities and Services

Information about what it is like to live at Trinity, including information about Accommodation, Catering, Health, Sports, Student Societies and Support.

Access and Outreach Programme

Trinity College is committed to outreach and ensuring that the most capable students, regardless of their school, geographical location or socioeconomic status, are able and encouraged to make competitive applications to the university. Our outreach team works with Primary, Secondary, Sixth Form schools & colleges and external organisations to develop and deliver a range of activities and events for under-represented groups who could benefit from higher education with the aim of developing skills and knowledge to support progression. We want to ensure that students aren’t discouraged from applying to Cambridge because of their background and we want to break down misconceptions that might put them off applying.

These activities also promote the idea that the University of Cambridge is for prospective applicants who:

  • love their subject, and want a truly engaging university experience
  • wish to combine learning with a whole host of extracurricular activities, events and traditions
  • want to be supported to achieve their potential
  • understand that any individual can fit in, with a society and college to fit every type of person
  • appreciate that whilst the workload can be intimidating, most students are passionate about the subject, and the tutorial system gives students the chance to truly engage and succeed with their topics
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