More than meets the eye
There's more to Emmanuel than old buildings and great results. Visit the College and you'll find a warm, welcoming community of over 750 people working together to make a vibrant and enjoyable place to study, develop and achieve.
Monty’s army career started when he was 16 and he joined the Junior Leader’s Regiment Royal Armoured Corps in a “not very picturesque” corner of Dorset. So challenging was the course that, of the 48 who started, only eight passed out two years later. He went on to join the 4th/7th Royal Dragoon Guards and was stationed in Germany for 17 years, first in Detmold and then in Paderborn.
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Emmanuel Student wins Political Geography Research Group Dissertation Prize
Congratulations to Sam Matthew, who graduated from Emmanuel this summer with a First Class degree, on being awarded this year’s prize from the Political Geography Research Group of the Royal Geographical Society. Sam’s final-year undergraduate dissertation: The Ghosts of Gulu: Affect, Emotion and Mysticism in Northern Uganda,
Start of Michaelmas Term
Lecture by Professor Nigel Peake
Talk by Dr Ellie Cannon
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English | Student Spotlight
Billy, in his first year studying English, talks about the course so far.
Funding & Finance
Emmanuel College believes no student should be deterred from studying at the University of Cambridge by financial considerations.
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