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Churchill hosts 85 prospective students from Wales

This week Churchill proudly hosted 85 Year 12 students from the Swansea Seren Hub area as part of the Welsh Government's Seren Network —  a network of regional hubs supporting Wales’ brightest sixth-formers achieve their academic potential and gain access to leading universities.

Inspiring Women in Science: UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science

Today is the UN International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day established by the United Nations General Assembly to highlight the significant gender gap that remains at all levels of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines all over the world.

Admissions in Balance

Read the Master's latest blog post on what Churchill College is doing to increase the diversity of its undergraduate membership.

Letter from the President of the Cambridge University Students’ Union (CUSU)

Hi everyone! My name is Daisy and I am the President of the Cambridge University Students’ Union, or CUSU — we are the overarching representative body for students at the University. No matter your subject ...

Official Facebook Group for 2017 Cambridge University Offer Holders.

The official Facebook Group for 2017 Cambridge University Offer Holders.

30 students attend our first Women in STEM residential workshop

Churchill College held its first physical sciences residential last month as part of a targeted programme of outreach events to further encourage and enable young women to study science, technology, engineering and mathematical subjects at university.

Daring to dream: PhD student Nikita Hari wants more young girls to break social boundaries and study science & technology

PhD student Nikita Hari reflects on her journey to Churchill College and shares her vision to uplift society through education and to inspire other women, particularly from developing countries to pursue a career in STEM subjects.

Churchill Wins the Varsity Match for Social Mobility

In the Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission's annual report, Churchill has been identified as the highest-achieving College in Oxford and Cambridge in respect of state-sector admissions.