Undergraduates
Applying to Girton
Forms & Deadlines
Girton Application Timeline
Extenuating Circumstances
Interviews
Nine Things You Should Know
Living at Girton
Accommodation Overview
Main College Building
Ash Court
Swirles Court
College Houses
Visiting Girton
Open Days
Individual Visits
Fees & Funding
Students from the UK & EU
Students from Other Countries
Parents & Supporters
Supporting an Applicant
Once They're Here
For Schools
Schools Liaison
Supporting Your Students
Modern Languages Taster Day 2016
Geography Taster Day for GCSE students
Humanities Writing Competition
Cambridge Colleges Physics Experience
Regional Teachers' Conference
Subjects
Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic
Archaeology
Architecture
Asian & Middle Eastern Studies
Biological Anthropology
Chemical Engineering
Classics
Computer Science
Economics
Engineering
English
Geography
History
History and Modern Languages
History and Politics
Human, Social & Political Sciences
Land Economy
Law
Linguistics
Management Studies
Mathematics
Medicine
Modern & Medieval Languages
Music
Natural Sciences (Physical & Biological)
Philosophy
Psychological & Behavioural Sciences
Politics, International Relations & Sociology
Social Anthropology
Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion
Veterinary Medicine
Graduates
Graduate Open Day
Applying to Girton
Subjects
Graduate Life at Girton
Tutor Support
Graduate Accommodation
Fees & Funding
Planning Your Finances
Funding Finder (external link)
College Fees & Charges
Paying Your Bill
Insurance
Frequently Asked Questions
Graduate Research Awards

Prospective Students

Girton is the gateway to a first-rate University education enjoyed in a relaxed, supportive and research-infused environment. Whoever you are, whatever your background, you are very welcome here.

Founded on values of equality and diversity, we offer every student superb facilities in which to live and learn.

One of the largest Cambridge Colleges, Girton provides a leading edge learning experience, whose reputation for excellence contributes to the international standing of the University as a whole.

We are a College that knows and takes an interest in every student as an individual. There is tradition of inclusion, and a well-developed ethic of care. We encourage personal development by offering excellent academic and pastoral support. This environment offers every student the opportunity to achieve their very best.

Set in over 50 acres of parkland and gardens just outside the city centre, the main College site offers spacious living accommodation, a state of the art library, and some of the best on-site sporting and leisure facilities in the University. There is the opportunity for every student to participate in music, sport and the arts at all levels, from the complete beginner upwards. 

 

Visitors and student-Open Day