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Fitzwilliam College is a modern, welcoming community committed to developing the talents of all its 750 undergraduate and postgraduate students. One of 31 Cambridge colleges, we were founded in 1869 specifically to broaden access to the University of Cambridge.

Why choose Fitzwilliam?

Whether you are taking the first steps in your application to Cambridge, or exploring places to undertake postgraduate research, this video will give you a short insight into what living and studying at Fitz is like. 

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In this session Dr Ben Wiedemann, Dr Gabriel Duckels, Dr Caitlin Harvey and Dr Anke Ardern Arentsen will take you step-by-step through the process of getting your first journal article published – no question is too basic!
 
The session will cover: choosing which journal to approach, writing and editing the article, and going through the peer review process. Open to all undergraduates and postgraduates (and all Hills Colleges).
In this session Dr Ben Wiedemann, Dr Gabriel Duckels, Dr Caitlin Harvey and Dr Anke Ardern Arentsen will take you step-by-step through the process of getting your first journal article published – no question is too basic! The session will cover: choosing which journal to approach, writing and editing the article, and going through the peer review process. Open to all undergraduates and postgraduates (and all Hills Colleges).
This Thursday: Wilson Lecture 2024
Professor Michael Kenny will explore some of the different ways in which ‘place’ is increasingly exercising an impact upon political life and policy choices in the UK. Mike will then be joined in conversation by Professor Andy Westwood, Professor of Government Practice and Vice Dean for Social Responsibility at The University of Manchester. Book your place here: https://buff.ly/4bJM2uh
This Thursday: Wilson Lecture 2024 Professor Michael Kenny will explore some of the different ways in which ‘place’ is increasingly exercising an impact upon political life and policy choices in the UK. Mike will then be joined in conversation by Professor Andy Westwood, Professor of Government Practice and Vice Dean for Social Responsibility at The University of Manchester. Book your place here: https://buff.ly/4bJM2uh
FITZ+ TONIGHT: Thursday 16 May, 5-6pm Gordon Cameron
Harnessing Marginal Gains for Academic Excellence

Workshop with Head of Wellbeing, Anji Lee to empower students with practical strategies to enhance organisation, meet deadlines effectively, and prevent overwhelm through the implementation of marginal gains.

By the end of this session, you will have…
1.Understood marginal gains & how these apply to study
2.Reflected on your current study environment
3.Considered ways to improve revision and exam preparation
4.Tried one practical method of planning your time
FITZ+ TONIGHT: Thursday 16 May, 5-6pm Gordon Cameron Harnessing Marginal Gains for Academic Excellence Workshop with Head of Wellbeing, Anji Lee to empower students with practical strategies to enhance organisation, meet deadlines effectively, and prevent overwhelm through the implementation of marginal gains. By the end of this session, you will have… 1.Understood marginal gains & how these apply to study 2.Reflected on your current study environment 3.Considered ways to improve revision and exam preparation 4.Tried one practical method of planning your time
The Exam Practice Quiet Room is now open - and TODAY is the first invigilated session - 2-5 pm, if you'd like to try a past paper, or question. Remember, you don't need to stay for the whole session, so do pop in if you'd like some help focusing.
The Exam Practice Quiet Room is now open - and TODAY is the first invigilated session - 2-5 pm, if you'd like to try a past paper, or question. Remember, you don't need to stay for the whole session, so do pop in if you'd like some help focusing.