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University of Cambridge Graduate Union

University of Cambridge Graduate Union
Institution University of Cambridge
Location Cambridge, England
Website http://www.gradunion.cam.ac.uk/

The University of Cambridge Graduate Union is the official graduate students' union at the University of Cambridge, England.[1] It is responsible for supporting graduate students and advocating issues via University committees and beyond.[2]

The University of Cambridge Graduate Union was the first student union in Britain catering mostly to graduates. It publishes an annual Handbook with useful information on adjusting to life as a Cambridge Graduate Student, an online 'Alternative Prospectus' of the University of Cambridge (mostly for new members arriving in Michaelmas Term) and a weekly Bulletin circulated to members throughout the three terms.

References

  1. ^ "University of Cambridge: Board of Graduate Studies — Graduate Union (GU)". Retrieved 2009-11-03. 
  2. ^ "Graduate Union. University of Cambridge". Retrieved 2009-11-03. 

External links

  • University of Cambridge Graduate Union website
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