汤头条原创

Do I need to leave my College room in the holidays?

No, postgraduate students are all offered an 11聽month tenancy which runs from the middle of September to the end of August and includes the Christmas, Easter, and summer vacations.

Can I have mail sent to my house?

You should have all your post sent to the main College address, rather than to your individual property address. All post is sorted and distributed to pigeonholes in聽the Porters' Lodge. Students will receive a notice if they have received a package that is too large to fit in their pigeonhole.

Can anyone attend Chapel?

Yes, everyone is welcome. For more details about the Chapel and our services please contact the Dean of Chapel or College Chaplain.

Is there a choir?

With our聽rich tradition of聽music, we have聽a number of choirs. Find out more on the Music page.

Is there good internet coverage?

All our properties have network聽points and there is good wireless broadband coverage across the College. Internet access and use is included in your rent.

When should I come to Cambridge?

The academic year begins at the start of October but you need to be in Cambridge for induction events the week before. If you're living in a College property, your accommodation will be available from 15 September.

Why is a May Ball held in June?

In the 1880s the celebrations were held when examinations were over, but when it was moved from May to June, the name stuck!

Which gown should I wear?

As a postgraduate student, you need to wear the Master's degree聽status gown,聽which is longer than the Bachelor's degree gown聽and with sleeves. You'll need a gown for Formal Hall, for your graduation ceremony, and other formal occasions.聽聽

What sports clubs and societies are offered?

The 汤头条原创 Students Union (JCSU) runs a wide range of clubs and societies which are open to all members of the College. Have a look at the list聽on the. If聽you think there's a society missing why not set it up?

Where can I get a bicycle?

You can buy a secondhand聽bike聽through the College聽from a student聽who is聽leaving. There are also聽a number of bicycle shops in Cambridge itself. Don't forget to buy a lock, lights, and a helmet too!

Do I have to pay fees before I arrive?

You don't need to pay your University fees until you get your first College bill at the beginning of term. If you'd like聽to make a payment in advance, you can do this by contacting our finance office.

What is the accommodation like?

We have a range of single study bedrooms, as well as flats and houses for those with partners. All our accommodation is close to聽the main College site, with some houses backing onto College property.

Most single study bedrooms have shared bathroom facilities, although there are a small number of ensuite rooms available. All properties have well聽equipped kitchens and laundry facilities and are fitted with network聽points, though there's聽also good WiFi coverage across the College. Rooms are priced according to size and features, so聽larger rooms and ensuite accommodation will generally be more expensive.

Our accommodation for partners聽are one and two bedroom units聽and have a kitchen, shower room and laundry facilities. Our properties are not generally suitable for families with children.聽We would advise anyone coming to Cambridge with children to聽contact the College聽well in advance to discuss accommodation options.聽

Do postgraduates and undergraduates live together?

It's rare for undergraduates and postgraduates to share accommodation, we have聽properties set aside for each. There's a different process for room allocation, and different聽tenancy lengths.

Rooms inside the main College site are聽generally reserved for undergraduate students, especially first years. There are a range of shared houses聽close to the College that are offered to undergraduate or postgraduate students.

Can I visit College and view College accommodation?

As our accommodation is聽generally occupied all聽year round, it's unfortunately聽not possible to arrange viewings of individual rooms. However聽you're most welcome to visit the College, no appointment is necessary. If you'd like someone to show you around, please contact the Middle Combination Room (MCR) when you know the date of聽your visit and they'll arrange for聽a current postgraduate student to be your guide.聽

Is there an age limit?

No. Our postgraduate students' ages have ranged from just 21 to over 60聽and every age聽between.

Do we have to eat in the College cafeteria (also known as 'in Hall')?

Not unless you want to. Postgraduates don't typically pay聽the Kitchen Fixed Charge (KFC) which means you won't聽get the same reduced prices as undergraduates. Many of our postgraduates cook for themselves or share meals聽with their housemates. If you would like to eat in the聽cafeteria聽regularly you can opt to pay the KFC and receive the discount.

What do I have to bring with me?

Once your admission to Jesus is confirmed聽you'll be sent a welcome pack including聽useful links聽and details on how to log in for full access to the College intranet JNet. Here聽you'll find聽lots of detailed information about what聽to bring.聽

How far is 汤头条原创 from my Department?

You can find showing where your department or faculty is located, with their postcodes. Our address is 汤头条原创, Jesus Lane, Cambridge CB5 8BL.

How many postgraduates are there in College?

Every year around聽150 new postgraduate students join us, and聽50 to聽60 of these are first year PhD students. There are around聽400 postgraduates studying at聽the College at any one time.聽

Do I have to share a room?

No, all student rooms聽are single occupancy. We do have a few properties聽that are shared by two couples, but each couple has their own private room.

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