We are delighted that you have chosen to study in Cambridge and are keen that you feel at home in this city. You will get to know it very well over the course of your first year but be prepared for it to take time to orientate yourself.
We encourage you to look at the map to get a feel for where your college is in relation to your department, browse timetables for your subject area to see where you might be studying, and read about Cambridge libraries to familiarise yourself with the range of learning resources on offer throughout the city.
We recognise that your experience as a student may be different to the scenarios outlined in these guides, especially as we all navigate the COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing measures, any questions can be directed to email@example.com.
More information on library services available at this time is available on the libraries page below and more general information from the University on COVID-19 can be found in the useful websites page below.
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As you go through this guide, if there are any terms that you are unfamiliar with, click on Terminology in the menu. This page lists words from across the whole of CamGuides for Undergraduates which may be new to you or have a specific meaning at Cambridge and provides a definition to set them in the context of studying here.
Go to Using CamGuides for Undergraduates for information about what is included in the resource and how to find your way around it
There is plenty of support is available when you start in Cambridge. However, if you'd like to ask something specifically about using CamGuides for Undergraduates, email firstname.lastname@example.org
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