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16 August 2016 - Biggest Ever Summer School

Students learn about the Physics of Flight at the Department of Engineering
This July's Year 12 summer school at Homerton was bigger than ever before, with numbers of students doubled from previous years.  75 students from 42 different schools attended over the four days.   The summer school is part of an array of activities at Homerton aiming to encourage applicants from a wide range of backgrounds...

12 August 2016 - Spectacular new building to be commissioned

The Ibberson building, dating from 1914
The Victorian Great Hall at Homerton is one of the College’s glories, but catering in the Hall is held back by a small kitchen which will soon reach its absolute capacity, and which cannot be expanded or improved in its present location.  To meet this challenge, the College’s Governing Body has approved a plan to construct a spectacular new dining hall...

20 July 2016 - Connections: Graduate Research Day with Harris Manchester College

Photo: Graduate Research Day 2016
Saturday 18th June saw the first joint Graduate Research Day between sister Colleges Homerton (Cambridge) and Harris Manchester (Oxford). Eleven students spoke about their work in a series of academic conference-style presentations. The audience of postgrads and Fellows learnt about a diverse range of topics, loosely themed around the subject of ‘...

30 June 2016 - Applicants from the EU: statement

Photo: Geoff Ward, Principal of Homerton College
The recent EU referendum result may impact future UK policy on tuition fees, loans and bursaries, but what we know so far is that: EU students who are already studying at Cambridge, who have an offer to study at Cambridge, or who apply to start their studies in 2017 will not be subject to the Overseas fee at any point during the course of their...

20 June 2016 - Ligeti Quartet is named first resident ensemble at Homerton

Photo: Ligeti Quartet. From L-R: Mandira de Saram (violin), Richard Jones (viola), Patrick Dawkins (violin), and Val Welbanks (‘cello). Photo credit: Mike Massaro
Photo credit: Mike Massaro The Ligeti Quartet has been named as the first holder of the Cambridge Chamber Music Residency, funded jointly by the Radcliffe Trust and Homerton College, and organised jointly between the College and the Faculty of Music. At Homerton, the Quartet will hold the Maxwell Davies Residency - is named in honour of the late Sir...

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