Welcome to Robinson
Robinson College is a new college, founded in 1979 and committed to ensuring that it is an environment in which learning, research and creativity flourish. The College is set in beautiful, landscaped gardens and is situated close to the University Library and the West Cambridge Science Site. For details of the outstanding teaching, accommodation and support facilities available to undergraduates and graduates, click on Admissions above. We also have superb library and IT resources, and offer first-class conference facilities.
Studying at Robinson
- JUDY AND NIGEL WEISS GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP
The College expects to award one Judy and Nigel Weiss Scholarship to a graduate student applying to read for a Ph.D. degree in the humanities. The scholarship is tenable for up to three years, subject to satisfactory academic progress; it may be held in conjunction with other awards. The scholarship covers University and College fees at the Home/EU level and provides the student with a maintenance allowance up to the University recommended level (currently £12,200).
- My Cambridge
Engineering student Bryn Pickering, from Bangor, is one of the stars of My Cambridge, a new film designed to show what life at the University of Cambridge is really like.
- Robinson Football Team wins Cuppers Plate for first time in team's history!
Robinson's First team win the Cuppers Plate for the first time in the history of the college. The score was 3-2.
- Pegasus Society Seminar, AGM and Dinner, 22nd March
The Pegasus Society Seminar will be given this year by Dr Chris Hughes. Dr Hughes' talk will be called 'How to get your offspring into Robinson, or not: reminiscences and lessons from the early days.' The seminar is the second in the series, which was launched last year when Professor Lord Lewis spoke about the founding and construction of Robinson College. After the seminar, there wil be the Pegasus Society AGM, followed by the Pegasus Society Annual Dinner.
- Robinson Medics and Biomedical Scientists Association Talks and AGM
Robinson College medical and biomedical scientist alumni are founding their own alumni group to bring together those working in these fields to exchange information and for social and networking events. The first meeting will be held on Saturday 22nd March 2014 and will feature three talks: one by a current Robinson student, the second by Dr Teresa Thurston (2003) and the third by Professor John T O'Brien (1980), Foundation Professor of Old Age Psychiatry at Addenbrooke's.
- Annual Reception - Gray's Inn
We are pleased to announce that this year's Annual Reception will take place at Gray's Inn, on Wednesday 9th July.
- Alumni Reunion Weekend 27th - 28th September
We are pleased to welcome back all those alumni who matriculated in 1979, 1984, 1989, 1994, 1999, 2004 and their guests, for dinner in College.
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