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  1. From murderers to pickpockets, highwaymen to witches, petty theft to high treason – the crimes of Early Modern Britain were as diverse as the men and women who committed them. Using materials from our Special Collections, we explore the lives of notorious law-breakers of the 16th to 18th centuries, examine the justice system which determined their punishments, and discover their final, frightful fates.

  2. Please note that this event is full and bookings are now closed.  There will be Open Days next year and details will be posted on this website in due course.

  3. Medical and Veterinary Medicine Taster Day Programme for Tuesday 25th September 2018.

  4. We will be holding a Taster Day for prospective undergraduate students who are interested in studying Language or Languages. At Cambridge, there are a range of language based courses available and as many of these as possible will be represented on the Taster Day. Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Classical Tripos Linguistics Modern & Medieval Languages (including History & Modern Languages)  

  5. Thinking of studying science at Cambridge? Then come along to our Natural Sciences day at St John's College on the 27th September to discover the Natural Sciences course at Cambridge with academics from across Biology, Physics, Biochemistry and beyond, including Earth Sciences, Pharmacology, Plant Sciences and Pathology.

  6. Thinking of studying English at Cambridge? Then come along to our English Taster day at St John's College on the 28th September to discover the English course at Cambridge with academics from across the subject area.

  7. This exhibition, marking the centenary of the end of the First World War, explores the impact of war on the College community. It traces the history of some of the students, staff and Fellows who left St John’s to fight overseas or to contribute to the war effort in other ways.

  8. Deadline - 24/09/2018

  9. Thither by harpy-footed Furies hal'd, At certain revolutions all the damn'd Are brought, and feel by turns the bitter change Of fierce extremes,—extremes by change more fierce                                                                        John Milton, Paradise Lost, Book II  

  10. Deadline - 29/10/2018