For those of you who are new to Cambridge, the Postgraduate Open Day is an opportunity to find out more about the University, Departments and Colleges, enabling you to get a feel for our wide-ranging postgraduate community as well as having the chance to meet staff and interact with current students.
Further information on the 2021 University Postgraduate Open Day will follow in due course. If you have any queries about the event please email: PostGradOpenDay@admin.cam.ac.uk or go to www.cam.ac.uk/pgopenday
Here the Dean gives a short presentation on Darwin College
Darwin College is pleased to consider applications from students wishing to study for any postgraduate degree. Darwin is a wholly postgraduate College and does not admit students studying for undergraduate degrees. We admit students from all over the world and at present over 75 different countries are represented in our student body. If you would like to speak to a current member or a Darwinian in your field of research about the College please email the Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org
In general, the admission criteria of Darwin College are the same as those imposed by the Department of the University you wish to join. In other words, if you are offered a place by the Department, normally you will also have met the academic criteria used by the College. Please remember that Darwin gives preference to those students who nominate Darwin as their first or second choice College. Please also remember that the earlier you apply, the better are your chances of securing admission.
Darwin does not currently admit MASts in Astrophysics, Materials Science and Physics.
The United Kingdom left the European Union on 31 January 2020. Students from the European Union starting courses in the 2020/21 academical year will continue to be eligible for home fee status. EU (except Irish nationals living in the UK or Ireland), other EEA and Swiss nationals will no longer be eligible for home fee status for courses starting in the academical year 2021/22.
Further information is provided here:
Graduate students wishing to come to Darwin must first be accepted by a Department of the University. Applications for admission to the University are handled, in the main, by the Postgraduate Admissions Office. There are a few applications for Graduate Membership which are not handled centrally and these are listed in the Cambridge Admissions Prospectus. Once you have been offered a place in a Department, the Postgraduate Admissions Office will send your application papers to the College which you have nominated as your first choice. If that College does not offer you membership, your papers go to your second choice. After that your application will be directed to a further College which is determined by a complicated set of criteria. Please remember that once you have been successful in obtaining a place in a Department, the University guarantees to find you a College, though this may not be one that you have chosen yourself.
An offer of membership by Darwin College is conditional on you fulfilling all academic and financial conditions laid down by the Postgraduate Admissions Office in their offer to you.
Darwin welcomes applications from postgraduate students who are visiting Cambridge as part of their studies elsewhere, particularly overseas. Persons seeking membership as Visiting Students should apply directly to the Dean, email@example.com.
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org