Documents for Offer Holders

This page contains links to important documents which form part of the terms of admission referred to in your offer letter. You are strongly advised to read all of the following documents before you take up your offer. Please note that they are subject to change prior to you joining Cambridge and you are advised to re-read the documents nearer the point of admission.
 


 

Useful Webpages

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The Code of Practice for Student Complaints - a paper copy may be obtained on request from the Tutorial Office.
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This page provides advice on the sources of assistance and support that are available to you if you have been sexually harassed or assaulted.
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All students, Fellows and members of staff belonging to the College are expected to treat others with respect.
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The College has Data Protection policies covering students and applicants, Fellows and staff, alumni, visitors and users of the Library etc.
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Relevant documents relating to the Student Disciplinary Policy, appealing College decisions and raising concerns about other students.
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The contexts and procedures through which a student and the College can address serious concerns raised about the well-being or safety of a student.

Other College Documents

Please see the useful documents below:
All the information and documents you need if you've already been accepted for an undergraduate place at King's.
Preparatory reading for applicants who have already been given an offer, or prospective students thinking of applying.
All the information and documents that you might need if you're about to start your undergraduate career at King's.
What's it really like to study at King's? We asked students to discuss their course, life in the College and what they do outside their studies.

Recent News

Statement from the Heads of Cambridge Colleges

A joint statement in response to claims that Cambridge will be moving entirely online next year.

An appraisal of teaching in Easter Term

Professor Robin Osborne discusses some of the advantages and drawbacks of conducting supervisions online

Quantedge Foundation launches scholarship for refugee students

A new scholarship from the Quantedge Foundation will offer refugee students the opportunity to study for an MPhil at King's.