Christ's College is affiliated to the University of Cambridge. The college takes care of students' welfare in all aspects comprising financial problems, academic performance and accommodation. Christ's is a college of Charles Darwin and John Milton and it has an illustrious tradition of scholarship and academic excellence. The environment of the college is a fine blending of modern and traditional. The college was founded by Lady Margaret five hundred years ago. Christ's college is located at the heart of the bustling city.
The college equips students with friendly and personal environment helps them to find friends with similar interests. Students at Christ's college come from across the world and from all types of social background. The college aims at providing excellent teaching and pastoral support. The students have an exceptional record of academic achievement. The college encourages applicants from areas and schools with little tradition of applying to Cambridge. The offers and admission decision are based exclusively on potential and academic merit.
After appearing for the interview, some of the very highly rated applicants are given an 'easy offer' that takes their individual circumstances and academic potential into account. The college has beautiful, calm and specious gardens and courts. All undergraduates are offered comfortable accommodation either in college or nearby houses owned by college for complete three years of their course.
The Christ's College offers students good accommodation that includes spacious rooms. These rooms are well equipped with internet connections, some of them are renovated and upgraded and forty percent are en suite. The college has three rooms, especially, equipped for students with disabilities. Christ' college offers excellent facilities for both extracurricular activities and academic study. The college has a library, which is open twenty-four hours a day. The library is well equipped with wi-fi, refurbished theatre, fitness suite, a visual arts centre, squash court, etc. It also has sports grounds and a boathouse with all-weather hockey pitch.
Students are motivated to take full advantage of these facilities. There is also a theatre, film societies, flourishing music scene and wide range of other student-run clubs. Students are advised to visit the college website for more information. Students who are interested to take admission at the college, they are advised to contact Liaison Officer. The Director of Studies is as follows.
Director of Studies
- Architecture: TBC
- Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic: Dr R C Love
- Asian & Middle Eastern Studies: Dr Q Kan
- Archaeology & Anthropology: Dr S B Bayly
- Classics Professor: D N Sedley
- Chemical Engineering: Mr. R L Skelton
- Computer Science: Dr M P Fiore
- Education: Mr J G A Raffan
- History: Dr S F Howard
- Economics Dr A W A Peterson
- English: Dr D L Wakelin
- Engineering: Dr E Punskaya
- Geography: Dr N S Arnold
- History of Art Miss: J A Munro
- Law: Dr J M Scherpe†
- Land Economy Dr J S L McCombie
- Linguistics: Dr B Vaux†
- Management Studies: Dr M de Rond
- Mathematics: Dr R E Hunt
- Manufacturing Engineering Professor: W J Fitzgerald
- Medicine: Professor J H Gillard (Clinical), Dr J M Edwardson (Pre-Clinical)
- Music Professor: D E Rowland
- Modern & Medieval Languages: Dr M Rigaud - Drayton
- Natural Sciences: Dr M K Higgins (Biological), Dr W G Rees (Physical)
- Politics, Psychology & Sociology: Dr G K Ingham
- Philosophy: Dr A Broadbent†
- Theology & Religious Studies: The Reverend C M Woods