The Arts and Humanities Graduate School
The Arts and Humanities Graduate School brings together many of the support systems that help postgraduate scholars in the arts and humanities get the most out of their time at Cambridge.
The Graduate School provides graduate students with advice and support on issues such as training, research funding, future career pathways, and the allocation of supervisors.
The Graduate School acts as a point of representation for graduate students working in these fields, ensuring a consistent and dynamic approach to graduate education across the arts and humanities.
The Graduate School improves coordination of good practice in graduate education, and create more effective School-wide capacity to respond to changes and challenges. It provides a stronger voice for the Arts and Humanities at graduate level in consultations with external bodies, such as the Research Councils or the Government, on matters relating to postgraduate teaching, learning and research.