Coronavirus information

College is working differently as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic. The College’s Fellows, staff and JCR and MCR Committees have been working very hard to ensure your time in College is as Covid-secure and comfortable as possible.

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Browse our courses to discover more about the subjects available, how you will learn and entry requirements.

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Trinity Hall is home to a friendly community of undergraduate and postgraduate students, tucked away on a beautiful riverside site by the city centre. It is one of the oldest Colleges of Cambridge University, founded in 1350.

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Nine new Fellows join Trinity Hall

This academic year we welcome nine new Fellows to Trinity Hall. Alongside our five new research and teaching Fellows, we are delighted to welcome Sarah Bates (1977), Janet Legrand, QC (Hon) (1977), Dr Cornelia Parker, OBE and Professor Sir John Pethica (1971) as Honorary Fellows.

A day in the life of the Black & Ethnic Minorities Officer

A day in my life at Trinity Hall consists of the usual: reading, prepping my lecture notes and hanging out with friends but there is also a large part of my day that is dedicated to access work, either through mentoring or thinking of initiatives to demolish glass ceilings.

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