What courses can I study at postgraduate level?

A directory of postgraduate courses at Cambridge is available on the University's Graduate Admissions site.  Cambridge offers many part-time study opportunities for postgraduates and a summary of part-time degrees can be found on our website here.

Information about graduate entry Medicine and Veterinary Medicine and the affiliate or Senior Status Law Degree can be found on our Undergraduate pages.

 

Student Profiles - Postgraduate Students...read more

Aayushi grew up in Agra, and was inspired to study Law by her admiration for Mahatma Gandhi and his commitment to societal change. She was awarded a Becker Scholarship to support her on the LLM (Master of Law), following her LLB at Symbiosis International University. 

Denise is a CAPES Cambridge Scholar in Zoology, and graduate of the Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil. Her PhD focusses on mimicry in Heliconius butterflies, which she believes are the perfect organism to help us understand species interaction and evolution. 

Lotte comes from Holland, and worked at the European Parliament and for the Berlin Pride Association, prior to her arrival in Cambridge. She holds an MA in Philosophy and Politics from the University of Aberdeen, and is now reading for an MPhil in Politics and International Relations. 

Enass graduated with an MA in Applied Chemistry from the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where she was Director of Chemistry at the Joseph Meyerhoff Youth Centre. She is now doing a PhD in catalytic chemistry, funded by the EPSRC, and has a strong interest in alternative energy production. 

Petra was the number one junior tennis player in Croatia, and gained a full athletic scholarship to the University of Boston, majoring in Advertising. She came to Lucy Cavendish to study for the MPhil in Management, recently won the University Women’s Singles Championship, and remains unbeaten in the UK.

Kate completed a BA in History and Anthropology at the University of Otago and worked for the New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs before coming to Lucy Cavendish. She is writing a PhD on race, gender and criminal justice in the colonial South West Pacific.