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Pembroke College

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About Pembroke College

Founded in 1347, Pembroke College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. Its mission is to bring together the brightest students, from the broadest range of backgrounds; nurture outstanding research; provide the very best educational opportunities; and by doing so help to make a difference to the world.

Pembroke is a medium-sized Cambridge college and offers places in every undergraduate subject studied at the University. Today Pembroke is home to around undergraduate students and 300 postgraduate students. It has 75 Fellows, and the 54th, and current, Master is Lord Smith of Finsbury PC.

The College is a vibrant community, that believes academic success, comes not only from the excellence of teaching, and the leading research that underpins it, but also from a supportive and caring environment. It supports a wide range of academic activities including public lectures, seminars, conferences and visiting scholar schemes

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