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Hughes Hall College - University of Cambridge

Hughes Hall is one of the oldest colleges in the University. It has relaxing and academic atmosphere. Fellows, students and staff work together just like a family to make it please place. The college provides great support to UK and overseas students alike. The college offers an excellent opportunity to students in order to meet people from various cultures. It provides an enriching environment academically and socially.

Hughes Hall own up mature undergraduates over twenty-one years of age and affiliated students. These students have a good honours degree from other universities. Hughes Hall was established in 1885 for the training of graduate women teachers. Subsequently, it has become an energetic and cosmopolitan community of approximately 500 mature graduate and undergraduate students who are studying for almost all degrees offered by the University of Cambridge.

Hughes Hall welcomes affiliated graduate and undergraduate applicants from students of different backgrounds comprising Open University, BTEC, A levels, access and similar qualifications. Applicants should be able to demonstrate their potential to succeed on a university course and evidence of contemporary study at the relevant level is necessary. Applicants are advised to see the college website fore more information. Hughes Hall offers students:

  • Experienced and dedicated Directors of Studies and tutors accustomed to the needs of affiliated and mature students
  • An outstanding academic reputation supported by senior members and fellows of the college who correspond to various university disciplines and departments
  • Spacious accommodation within the college campus for all affiliated and undergraduate students throughout their course
  • A lively, civilized and friendly environment promoting academic and extra-curricular activities for students
  • A city-centre location, which is close to various town and university facilities
  • A celebrated sporting reputation, lively college sports teams and various other societies and clubs
  • Good-looking buildings comprising large dining hall, new accommodation and Fenner's cricket ground and a beautiful garden
  • Seminars, talks, a programme of concerts and formal dinners promoting a friendly college community
  • A cosmopolitan and international community supportive of international students
  • A well equipped learning resource centre with advanced library, computer room and other study facilities

Directors of Studies:

  • Asian & Middle Eastern Studies: Dr S Church
  • Chemical Engineering: Dr S Rough
  • Anglo-Saxon, Norse, & Celtic: Dr M J Franklin
  • Classics: Dr J Toner
  • Computer Science: Dr P Buttery
  • Archaeology & Anthropology: Dr C Roughley
  • Economics: Mr M G Kuczynski
  • Education: Professor P Gronn
  • English: Dr C Moseley
  • Engineering: Professor W Milne
  • Geography: Dr B Devereux
  • History of Art: Mr. D Robinson
  • History: Dr M J Franklin
  • Land Economy: Professor I Hodge
  • Law: Mr. J Hopkins
  • Management Studies: Dr M Jones
  • Linguistics: Dr P Buttery
  • Medicine: (Graduate Course) Dr J White, Dr F Miller
  • Mathematics: Dr M Spivack
  • Natural Sciences Professor: Dr J Durrell (Physical), N Affara (Biological)
  • Modern and Medieval Languages: Dr E Davey
  • Politics, Psychology & Sociology: Professor M Buckley
  • Philosophy: Dr S John
  • Theology & Religious Studies: Dr J Meggitt

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