Graduate activities are centred on Leckhampton, the College’s graduate campus in west Cambridge, off Grange Road. About 140 postgraduates live there as well as Fellows, Visiting Fellows and other academic visitors.The campus provides communal facilities, both academic and social. Follow the Leckhampton link to find information on accommodation and other amenities provided there, and the following links for further information on events organised by the Middle Combination Room (MCR), and key postgraduate groups such as the Leckhampton Society, of which postgraduates automatically become members.
The graduate community of Corpus Christi College embraces all branches of scholarship – arts, humanities, social studies, sciences and technology. It is both multi-disciplinary and multi-racial and includes students from many European and Commonwealth countries, from Africa, the Americas, Asia and Australasia.
The majority of the graduate students study for the Ph.D. degree, or for an M.Phil. degree. A smaller number of graduates are registered for Diploma or other one-year courses such as Part III of the Mathematical Tripos.