No. However this section of the website contains information that would be in a Graduate Prospectus. The University Graduate Admissions Office, also has information about Trinity Hall on its Graduate Admissions website.
Applications are received electronically from the University Graduate Admissions Office, from students who have put Trinity Hall as one of their preferred Colleges. The application is assessed by a Director of Studies in the applicant’s subject, and then by the Graduate Tutor. The applicant is informed of the outcome via the Applicant Portal.
Applications for both entry and studentships are considered on the basis of academic merit.
Yes, we welcome applications from members of other Colleges who are intending to start a new MPhil or PhD.
The application must be assessed by your Department before it is sent to Colleges, so you should check the deadline for your chosen course. Funding deadlines may also apply. The College usually starts to fill up for certain courses around March.
Details of how to apply can be found in our Studentships and Funding page.
Please see our Accommodation page.
Yes, you are welcome to visit the College during normal opening hours – please contact the Porter’s Lodge (01223 332500) for more information.
Trinity Hall has accommodation suitable for students with partners, consisting of twelve self-contained flats at the Wychfield site. Unfortunately we are unable to house families with children.
The College welcomes permanent resident partners of graduate students and recognises a partner as a full member of the MCR (and makes no charge). We try to be as understanding and as accommodating as possible but would ask for the following few conditions to be met:
– That your partner live with you in Cambridge
– That your partner not be a member of another College
– That you ‘register’ your partner with the Graduate Tutorial Office via email