Empowering Minds

Recruiting the best applicants is only the first part of the puzzle; we must also ensure that we are offering a conducive environment in which our students are consistently inspired, challenged, and galvanised. We must recruit and retain the top minds in their fields to provide teaching of the highest standard, as well as nurturing the academics and teachers of the future - furnishing the time, space and environment for our brightest young thinkers to flourish.

In order to do this, we need to provide appropriate resources for Junior Research Fellowships and College teaching posts, which help maintain the great strength of the Cambridge education system - the supervisions. We also need to make provision for the College Library - the heart of academic life at King's - and to better enable our students to look after their social and pastoral health alongside the intensity of their studies.
 


 

Gift Opportunities

Help us nurture the young academics and teachers of the future – providing the time, space and environment for our brightest minds to flourish.
We must be able to recruit and support the world’s best minds by offering the necessary funding that our extraordinary candidates deserve.
Donations to this fund allow us to create a programme of care and activities directed at the welfare and mental health of resident students.
The Turing Initiative pays homage to this profound thinker, whose pioneering ideas changed our world and hold significant potential for our future.
Student Access and Support Initiative // Bursaries and Hardship Support // International Students
King's College Choir // Preserving the Chapel // Restoring the Gibbs Building // Library and Archives
Our transformational project to redevelop Chetwynd Court and open out the heart of the College.
Our £100 million fundraising campaign to radically transform access to a Cambridge education for socially and economically disadvantaged students.

Members and Friends News

Alumni recognised in the New Year Honours

Five King's alumni have been recognised in the 2020 New Year Honours List.

Beethoven 2020 gets under way!

This January sees the beginning of a year-long Festival in Cambridge to celebrate the achievements of the composer on the 250th anniversary of his birth.

Sir Stephen Cleobury

Sir Stephen Cleobury (1948–2019)

It is with great sadness that King’s College has learned of the death of Sir Stephen Cleobury. Stephen died in his hometown of York last night, 22 November, after a long illness.

Contact Details

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