Homerton College welcomes applicants for all graduate courses offered by the University of Cambridge. Most of our students are here studying M.Phils and PhDs, but we also have many students studying MAST, LLM and part-time Higher Degree courses such as part-time PhDs, MD (Doctor of Medicine) and EDD (Doctor of Education). We are proud to have the largest student body in Cambridge, and our graduates are a diverse mix of subjects and nationalities. As a graduate student, you will spend most of your time immersed in work organised by your Department or Faculty, so your College life gives you the opportunity to meet and mix with people undertaking other courses and in other areas of study. Many people make lifelong friends this way.
Homerton also has a varied student body of graduates studying part-time. We have around 200 part-time graduates (studying for Master of Education and Master of Studies) who attend evening seminars, weekend conferences and residential courses. We value highly the extra dimension that they all bring to our College community.
How to apply
The University Graduate Admissions Office is responsible for the admissions process for the majority of graduate courses offered by the University of Cambridge. For details about courses, entry requirements, fees and funding and how to apply, please visit the Graduate Admissions website here. When completing your application form, you may nominate up to two colleges that you wish to consider you for college membership, once you have been accepted by the University. This is with the exception of M.Ed and M.St courses, which are dealt with the relevant Institute or Faculty. See the Graduate Admissions website for details.
For any other queries regarding the admissions process, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page here. For information on how to choose a College, please click here. Frequently Asked Questions regarding the University of Cambridge and the application process in general, can be found here.
|Please direct any queries regarding graduate study at Homerton to:|
|Miss Harriet Smart|
|T: +44 1223 747 158|
|F: +44 1223 747 206|