“I love my job. It’s about providing a calm atmosphere conducive to study and supporting students so we can work together for their success.” Christine RobertsLewis, Librarian.
At Fitzwilliam we value every individual’s contribution to our community. Visit our Sports section....
“Fitzwilliam has Fairtrade status and we promote sustainable purchasing in all departments.” Rob Clarke, Catering Manager
“Eating together in Hall is a central part of Cambridge life. We do our best to make it special.” Richard Wayman, Head Chef
Nicky Padfield introduces herself and Fitzwilliam, and meets students.
Read about Jason Rentfrow's research into personality and postcode. Red = more open to experience, blue = less open to experience
Fitzwilliam now has a new gym - thanks to a generous alumni donation. Have a look at our sports facilities here>>
Watch the new 3-minute film about postgraduate life at Fitzwilliam!
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Fitzwilliam College is a dynamic, welcoming and international community committed to developing the talents of all its students, including over 450 undergraduates.
Welcome to the pages for prospective Fitzwilliam graduate students. At Fitzwilliam you'll be part of a friendly graduate community made up of students from over fifty countries.
Nicky Padfield introduces herself and the College, shows you round and meets Fitzwilliam students.
The College, University and other bodies arrange and support a variety of activities and events that enrich the studies and lives of students in College. These may be academic or non-academic activities.
Read my latest blog here.
Panoramic photographs and Google Streetview showing the interior of the College site.
Fitzwilliam's Junior Combination Room (JCR) is the independent representative body for undergraduate students. Read what students say about college life and get a feel for how the JCR supports students with academic, ethical, welfare and other issues.
The Middle Combination Room (MCR) is the social and academic body representing Masters students, PhD students and undergraduates in their fourth (or more) year of study.
Fitzwilliam has lots of lively societies you can join, and with hundreds more to choose from around the University it's easy to get involved, make friends and make your mark.