Postgraduate Study

Homerton is home to a thriving and diverse postgraduate population of over 600 students from all over the world, who study here for the full range of postgraduate courses offered by the University of Cambridge. They enjoy purpose-built accommodation and common areas on the beautiful College site, a lively series of social and academic events, and a friendly and supportive atmosphere. We extend a warm welcome to any prospective applicants.

We are proud to have one of the largest student bodies in Cambridge, and we value highly the extra dimension postgraduates bring to our College community, whether they are studying full-time for a PhD, Master's course, or PGCE; or are part of our varied cohort who are studying part-time for the MSt, MEd, or a doctoral degree.

As a postgraduate student, you will spend most of your time immersed in work organised by your Department or Faculty, so your College gives you the opportunity to meet and mix with people undertaking other courses and in other areas of study, often making lifelong friends. At Homerton, our postgraduate students also participate in a range of activities alongside their degrees, including the innovative Homerton Changemakers programme, as well as sports, music, drama, and other societies.

To find out more about the College, have a look at our interactive map, chat to our students, or watch the video tour.