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Life After Uni

After graduation, our students go on to a variety of interesting careers. Here, a few of our recent graduates talk about what they are doing now.



MML, Management Studies; graduated 2008

Studying aside, Trinity Hall was all about getting involved. Every day there was the opportunity to take part in new activities, meet new people and share in the fun... more



Mathematics; graduated 2006

I loved Trinity Hall because it is a smaller college which meant that it is very friendly and inclusive. Everyone got involved with everything - I must have played at least five sports at one time or another... more



Architecture; graduated 2005

I recently started work at a large architecture firm in New York, only to discover that my CAD manager had worked in Trinity Hall kitchens 30 years ago... more



MML; graduated 2009

Trinity Hall provided the perfect environment for me to achieve. The college's wonderfully warm and supportive environment allowed me to forge life-long friendships... more



Computer Science; graduated 2004

Trinity Hall provided an amazing, fun and supportive environment in which to study and obtain a degree which eventually enabled me to go on and study for a PhD... more



Computer Science; graduated 2009

I'm currently a programmer at Morgan Stanley in Hong Kong. What I learnt about programming theory has been invaluable in my practical career... more



Natural Sciences; graduated 2005

After graduating, I spent 5 years at a financial investment firm. Although the hours were long, sitting exams at Cambridge had prepared me well... more


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JCR (for Undergrads)

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The JCR (Junior Combination Room) is the College student union for undergrads. Organising socials, sports and entertainment, the JCR also has its own common room for meeting or relaxing with TV.

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