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Research at King's
King’s Fellows and graduate students have a distinguished history of research stretching back over many centuries.
The collegiate nature of the University of Cambridge provides a unique context for this research. Colleges bring together researchers from all subjects so they provide an unparalleled opportunity for cross-fertilization of ideas, for establishing novel research partnerships, and for bringing together leading researchers with students.
The College supports many research activities, such as workshops, seminars and lectures, which both foster new ideas and developments and also help disseminate the work of the Fellows and postgraduate students.
The College admits around a hundred research students a year, at both masters and doctoral level, and provides both a number of studentships and financial support for some research activities.
If you would like to enquire about the research at King's or the expertise of King's Fellows then please email:
- Sciences: Professor Geoff Moggridge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Humanities: Professor Robin Osborne ( )