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INTRODUCTION TO THE UNIVERSITY
View of the Old Schools from Great St Mary’s Church


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The University
Schools & Faculties Colleges

6 Schools – including: 31 Colleges – of which:
Over 100 Faculties and Departments 6 Graduate Only
Libraries & Museums 3 Women Only
University Administration Oldest founded 1284 AD
Examinations Syndicate (IELTS, etc.) Newest founded 1998 AD
Cambridge University Press


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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY - Student Numbers 2005-06
Total Student Numbers 18,022
Undergraduates
Home/EU 10,689
Overseas 1,040
Total 11,729
Postgraduates
Home/EU 4,126
Overseas 2,167
Total 6,293
Source: Facts and Figures: January 2007


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CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY – Staff Numbers
Academic 1,558
Academic Related 1,167
Contract Research 2,494
Technical 1,144
Clerical & Secretarial 1,519
Manual & Domestic 496
Others 224

Total 8,602


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How Are We Funded?
Amount in £ 000s
HEFCE & TDA Grants £178,077 31.5%
Research Grants & Contracts £203,886 36.0%
Fee Income £59,008 10.4%
Endowment & Investment £32,293 5.7%
Other £92,454 16.3%
TOTAL £565,718


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TREASURY
MINISTRY OF EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT OF TRADE
AND INDUSTRY
COLL
COLL
COLL
COLL
UNIVERSITY
RESEARCH COUNCILS
AHRB
MRC
NERC
ESRC
BBSRC
EPSRC
SHEFC
HEFCE
HEFCW
OFFICE OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
COLL
COLL
SHEFC= Scottish Higher Education Funding Council
HEFCE= Higher Education Funding Council for England
HEFCW= Higher Education Funding Council for Wales
- EDUCATION -
- RESEARCH -


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COLLEGES
31 Colleges: 6 are graduates only; 3 are women only
Oldest: Peterhouse, 1284
Newest: St Edmund’s, 1998
Largest: Trinity, 1070 students
Smallest: Clare Hall, 191 students

Clare College


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PROVISION OF SERVICES
The University
Sets the courses
Provides lectures and classes
Sets examinations
Awards degrees
The Colleges
Select undergraduates
Accommodate students
Look after students
Provide small group supervisions


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PROVISION OF FACILITIES
The University
Lecture Halls
Research Libraries
Laboratories
Museums
Specialist Sports Facilities
The Colleges
Accommodation
Dining Hall
College Libraries
Seminar Rooms
Sports Facilities


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WHO’S WHO
The Chancellor
HRH Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
The Vice-Chancellor
Professor Alison Richard
Pro-Vice-Chancellors (5) Deputy Vice-Chancellors (6)
(All Heads of Colleges)
Chairs of Schools (6) Other Heads of Colleges
Master
Heads of Faculties & Mistress
Departments President
Principal
Provost, etc.


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UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE - Councils of Schools
6 Schools
Over 100 Faculties & Departments
ARTS AND HUMANITIES
HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES
BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES
PHYSICAL SCIENCES
TECHNOLOGY
CLINICAL MEDICINE


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Council
General Board
Of the Faculties
Councils of
The Schools
Faculty Boards
Faculties and
Departments
Finance
Committee
Senate
Regent House
Other General Board
Institutions
Council Institutions
Boards of Electors Appt Committees
Board of
Graduate
Studies
Board of
Examinations
Faculty
Degree
Committees
Simplified Organisation Chart
Planning & Resources
Committee
Resource Management
Committee


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Why Are we Famous?
Our age – 800 years old in 2009
Famous Alumni and Teachers – Darwin, Newton, Whittle
League Tables
Nobel Prize Winners – 82
Global Outreach
The Cambridge Phenomenon – largest Technology Cluster in Europe


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‘CAMBRIDGE PHENOMENON’