Cambridge students benefit both from small-group and large-group study, through regular supervisions and lectures. Good study skills are essential to getting the most out of this world-renowned teaching system.


Plagiarism is defined as submitting as one's own work, irrespective of intent to deceive, that which derives in part or in its entirety from the work of others without due acknowledgement. It is both poor scholarship and a breach of academic integrity.

All students must be fully aware of the issue of plagiarism – for full details please see the University’s statement.