Hughes Hall Cambridge: Be Brilliant
The University of Cambridge’s oldest graduate college, Hughes Hall bears the name of its founding Principal, Elizabeth Phillips Hughes. Established in 1885, they now accept postgraduate students and mature undergraduates in all areas of study and research, offering scholarships and bursaries targeted at new and continuing students.
A distinctive aspect of life at Hughes is the friendly, international and inclusive culture; and everyone is allowed to walk – or relax – on the grass!
Hughes Hall is one of only three Cambridge colleges for mature students, so everyone is at least 21. They admit the most postgraduates in Cambridge and have around 200 undergraduates at any one time. They are proudly international, with students from more than 80 countries. Everyone at Hughes has arrived by a different route, with a different background, and brings different experiences, strengths and stories to their studies. That’s what makes life at Hughes Hall so varied and fulfilling.
Hughes Hall educates and nurtures leaders of the future and, through them and our whole community, makes a major contribution to global society. Hughes Hall is a Cambridge college for the 21st century – inclusive, innovative, impactful – and engaged with the world beyond academia.
To find out more about Hughes Hall, please visit: https://www.hughes.cam.ac.uk/
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