- A Message to International Freshers 2016
- International Fresher's Guide 2016 - Keeping you alive in 2016
- International Freshers Week (IFW) 2016: Thank you for your participation!
- Calling Upon All JCR, MCR and College Student Union's International Representative!
- Interested to Join Our Committee?
- Important Message from Vice Chancellor of Cambridge on EU Referendum Results
If you are accepted into Cambridge in Fall 2016 and are from another country, why not join us in our International Freshers Group on Facebook? We will feed you with latest updates on what's happening in the international community in Cambridge and UK, important survival skills in our very own International Freshers' Guide 2016 and answer any doubt of yours in the discussion area. Want to keep your doubt personal? No worry, head to our committee page to find out our email address and CRSid and send us emails! Want to be a committee member? Check out what positions we have and how you should approach us here!
For those who participated in our very own International Freshers Week, thank you very much for being part of this awesome events! We apologies if we made any mistakes throughout the way, and would love to hear from you if you are keen and free to share with us what you think! Kindly email to firstname.lastname@example.org :)
Updated on 3rd October 2016.
It's here! The Original Cambridge International Freshers' Guide is published in conjunction with the release of A-level results. We have included all the important information inside for your survival of first few days in Cambridge: whether you are trying to figure out what a CRSiD is, or finding a place to stay for International Freshers Week (IFW!) 2016. Read it here!
Updated on 31st August 2016.
Our President, Henry, would like to express his thought on the successful completion of International Freshers Week!
"We would like to thank you for your enormous support and your participation in our International Freshers Week 2016. It was our great pleasure to meet you and we did enjoy our time with you! Also, special thanks to all our lovely helpers! Please like our Facebook Page to get updates about our upcoming events. We shall see you again at Freshers Fair next Tuesday and Wednesday!"
Apologies if we at some point did not organise the events as perfectly as we should, and we definitely would like to hear from you by email: email@example.com
Last but not least, if you would like to join the committee for other positions (yes, we still have vacant spaces!), please read the notice below!
Updated on 3rd October 2016.
Calling upon all JCR, MCR and Student Union International Officers!
Click here for the group exclusively for JCR and MCR International / Overseas Officers. We hope this will be a convenient platform for you to discuss and raise matters regarding International students, and of course, organize joint events such as formal swaps!
Updated on 22/7/2016.
Yes we do have vacant positions!
|College Coordinator||Social Officer||Access Officer||General Committee|
|Facilitates communication between colleges and iCUSU, and between college reps||Organises social events termly, including the iCUSU formal||Organises Access Ambassadors training programs and provide guidance in organising access events in home countries||Assists the executive in any way that is required, such as helping out at social events|
More information regarding these positions can be found here!
If you are keen to apply and work with us, let us know by emailing our secretary, Shujing Chung at firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated on 20th July 2016.
This is an important message from the Vice-Chancellor on the referendum result. It follows the communication that was sent to staff on the morning of 24th June.
We recognise that there is a great deal of uncertainty around the decision to leave the European Union. We would like to reassure our staff that a University working group has met this afternoon following the referendum result and various work streams are underway looking at staff, students, post docs, partnerships and nationality issues. I would like to stress again that, even though the result is in favour of leaving the European Union, there is no immediate change to the University's teaching, research and other activities. We will continue to work as normal.
It is not currently known what the impact of leaving the EU will have on UK policy on higher education tuition fees, loans and bursaries. However, the University can confirm that undergraduate EU students who are already studying at Cambridge, who have an offer to study at Cambridge, or who apply in 2016 to start their studies in 2017, will continue to be charged the UK fee rate applicable at the time, provided this continues to be permitted by UK law. Please note that the UK fee rate may be subject to increases, which may be annual.
The University will work with the Government to ensure it takes steps to ensure that staff and students from the EU can continue to work and study in this country. Cambridge thrives as part of a wide international community of academic staff and students, and we remain deeply committed to global cooperation and our dedicated staff who come from all over the world.
As I said this morning, there is work underway to consider how best to communicate internal developments with specific members of the University. Further information will be available next week on the University's website.
You may also be interested to read University UK's latest statement on the referendum result:
"Leaving the EU will create significant challenges for universities. Although this is not an outcome that we wished or campaigned for, we respect the decision of the UK electorate. We should remember that leaving the EU will not happen overnight, there will be a gradual exit process with significant opportunities to seek assurances and influence future policy.
"Throughout the transition period our focus will be on securing support that allows our universities to continue to be global in their outlook, internationally networked and an attractive destination for talented people from across Europe. These features are central to ensuring that British universities continue to be the best in the world.
"Our first priority will be to convince the UK Government to takes steps to ensure that staff and students from EU countries can continue to work and study at British universities and to promote the UK as a welcoming destination for the brightest and best minds. They make a powerful contribution to university research and teaching and have a positive impact on the British economy and society. We will also prioritise securing opportunities for our researchers and students to access vital pan-European programmes and build new global networks."
L K Borysiewicz
Vice-Chancellor's Office | The University of Cambridge | The Old Schools | Trinity Lane | Cambridge | CB2 1TN
Updated on 15th July 2016.