The University of Cambridge’s history spans eight centuries of transformative thinking that has changed the world as we know it
Formed by students fleeing persecution, the University of Cambridge has fostered a spirit of iconoclasm, disruption and intellectual freedom for 800 years and counting
Cambridge has become a hi-tech hub to rival California’s Silicon Valley. But how was the so-called “Silicon Fen” born, and how is it continuing to thrive?
The challenge of educating an expanding global population is one that international education programmes are meeting head on
Offering an enticing degree of independence, pursuing the dream of successful self-employment is a positive career choice for many graduates
Identifying your ideal job and landing a position requires preparation, passion and, above all, perseverance. In other words, hunting for a job can be a job in itself
Just as employers rifle through mountains of CVs to find their perfect candidate, graduates should be discerning in their search for a fulfilling job
How has the University of Cambridge produced more Nobel laureates than any other educational institution on earth?