Applying to Clare Hall
Admissions
                   
 
 
 
   

Every student at Cambridge University is a member of a college. All colleges admit graduate students, but at some colleges, undergraduates make up the greater proportion of the student community. Clare Hall is a graduate college renowned for its informal approach to college life and international diversity. The President Fellows, Visiting Fellows and graduate students together make up an integrated academic society that is not constrained by hierarchy and is consequently a culturally rich and intellectually diverse environment for advanced study. Graduate students are admitted by a University department to study towards a variety of post-graduate degrees, but this is subject to their acceptance by a college.

Learn more with a  Tour of Cambridge
and from our pages, a Tour of Clare Hall.

Further information about Clare Hall can be obtained from the Tutorial Secretary, Irene Hills:
The Tutorial Secretary
Clare Hall
Herschel Road
Cambridge
United Kingdom
CB3 9AL
Tel. +44 1223 332363
Fax. +44 1223 332333
E-mail:  tutorial.secretary@clarehall.cam.ac.uk

Further information about applying to become a Visiting Fellow or Research fellow at Clare Hall can be obtained from the College Secretary, Amanda Barclay:

The College Secretary
Clare Hall
Herschel Road
Cambridge
United Kingdom
CB3 9AL
Tel. +44 1223 332360
Fax. +44 1223 332333
E-mail:  college.secretary@clarehall.cam.ac.uk

 
Events

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Monday 26 January, 7.00pm

Clare Hall Entrepreneurs’ Networking Event

Talk by David Cleevely

Tuesday 27 January, 7.45pm

Clare Hall Colloquium

Emilia Wilton-Godberfforde
 on ‘The Liar in Seventeenth-Century French Comedy’

Wednesday 28 January, 7.00pm

Welcome Reception

Thursday 29 January, 1.00pm
Thursday Lunchtime Talk

Douglas Morse on ‘Adapting Medieval and Renaissance Drama for the Screen’

Thursday 29 January, 7.30pm

Thursday Short Talk

Fellow Student Interaction Event "Humanism, Science, and Mathematics in the work of Thomas Hobbes: A New Narrative" by Professor Ted Miller.

Saturday 31 January, 7.30 pm
 
Intimate Engagements

New Zealand Chamber Soloists

 
 
       
     
         
Updated  Nov.17.2014