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Inclusive collegiate education and environments

Registration is now open for the second Intercollegiate Forum on Tuesday 20 June.

Cambridge undergraduate education is distinctive, and Colleges as academic communities are key to students' educational experience. As Cambridge admits a more representative population of undergraduates, this Forum provides an opportunity to reflect on ways in which collegiate education can contribute to all students' becoming increasingly proficient in their learning, in managing curricular and extra-curricular commitments and in developing a sense of agency and ownership over their education.

The Forum is for College academic and professional staff and students, including (but not limited to) senior tutors and deputy senior tutors, directors of studies, supervisors, librarians, academic skills tutors, heads of wellbeing and JCR officers.

You do not need to have attended the first Forum.

Book a place on the second Intercollegiate Forum

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