St Edmund's College, Cambridge


The Tower at St Edmund's photographed on January 31st 2013

St Edmund's College is a graduate College with about 50 Fellows and over 400 student members, including some mature students studying as undergraduates. It is committed to the support of its members who are working across all academic disciplines studying for degrees of the University of Cambridge and/or carrying out research. A relaxed and cordial atmosphere is encouraged in which undergraduates, graduates and Fellows mix freely. The College is noted for the strength of its international community: about two-thirds of the students are from some 60 countries, and one-third are UK residents.

Masters Development Fund

To mark the retirement of Professor Paul Luzio as Master of St Edmund's, the College is establishing 'The Master's Development Fund' in his honour.
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St Edmund's College elects The Hon. Matthew Bullock
as its new Master

The Hon. Matthew Bullock has been elected as Master of St Edmund's College. He will take up office in October 2014 and succeeds Professor Paul Luzio, who has been Master since 2004.
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News and events

G.L.S. Shackle Biennial Memorial Lecture

St Edmund’s College is pleased to announce the fifth in a series of biennial lectures in memory of the late Professor G.L.S. Shackle. The invited speaker is Professor Christoph Loch, Director of the University of Cambridge Judge Business School and the title of his lecture is "Managing" the Unknown in Economics, Engineering and Evolution
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Promotion for College Fellow

St Edmund's College congratulates Dr Stephen Jenkins, Fellow and Rooms Tutor, on his promotion to be a Reader in the Department of Chemistry...
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Former Senior Tutor receives OBE

St Edmund’s College is delighted to congratulate Dr Helen Mason, Fellow and former Senior Tutor on receiving an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list...
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Bumping up the river

St Edmund’s College Boat Club had a very successful 2014 May Bumps campaign
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Emeritus Fellow Professor Richard Hills elected to the Royal Society

Professor Richard Hills, the emeritus Professor Radio Astronomy in the University of Cambridge and an emeritus Fellow of St Edmund's has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society...
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Vacancies

Chef De Partie

Casual waiting staff

G.L.S. Shackle Studentship