The best way to find out about life at Caius, and at Cambridge as a whole, is to visit us. It gives you a feel for the university and the city, and most importantly allows you to meet students and academics and ask questions.
Gonville & Caius runs open days at various points through the year focusing on individual subjects, often tied in with events run by the relevant university department. This can be a great way to find out a lot in a single day, as you can visit us in the morning, meet the academics who will interview and teach you and take a tour of the College, and then learn more about your chosen subject and the way it's taught at Cambridge in the afternoon. We also run stand-alone events such as our renowned Women in Economics Day, led by our Director of Studies for Economics Dr Victoria Bateman and featuring prominent speakers, lunch in our Hall and a panel of students and recent graduates discussing the course and career opportunities.
You can also visit Caius during the University-wide Open Days at Cambridge that take place every summer. This is an opportunity to see colleges and departments across the University, so you can gain a real overview of the possibilities here. Caius has a reputation for offering particularly welcoming summer open days: we don't ask you to book, and we offer lots of student-led tours around our beautiful Old Courts and outstanding Freshers' accommodation. You can meet our academics, hear talks on individual subjects, and then take a break in our marquee for some coffee or lunch.
Please see below for further details on the events taking place at the College.
We look forward to meeting you at Caius!