Opportunity and Excellence in the Heart of Cambridge
Hughes Hall is a progressive and innovative college of the University of Cambridge, which accepts graduate students and mature undergraduates in all areas of study and research. One of the most cosmopolitan colleges, Hughes Hall has a vibrant and friendly academic atmosphere.
Founded in 1885, Hughes Hall is known as Cambridge’s oldest graduate college, supporting Masters and Doctoral students across the academic spectrum. As well as welcoming the full diversity of scholarship available in the University, the College has a long and pioneering tradition of training in Education, and distinctive strengths in fields that span academic and professional worlds. Medicine and the Biological sciences, the various domains of Engineering including physical and applied Mathematical sciences, the study of Law, as well as studies in Business and Economics, including Land Economy, are core areas of academic interest in the College.
The Senior Members of the college comprise a broad range of professional academics, from Research Fellows developing their research profiles, to established Professors directing world-class projects and departments – all work at the leading-edge of their disciplines.
Whether your interests are innovative research or professional and business education, Hughes Hall’s richly diverse community sustains a progressive, intellectual and caring environment which we invite you to explore.