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Pembroke plays host to graduates in a wide range of subjects from a diversity of backgrounds throughout the world.
The Middle Common Room (MCR) refers to both the graduate student body and the common room itself, situated in an attractive seventeenth century building at the heart of the College. The MCR offers social, light catering, entertainment and computer facilities and is a place where graduates can come to work, recharge, or wind down. All Pembroke graduates are automatically members of the MCR.
For further details on the application process for all fields of graduate study, please refer to the University's central Graduate Admissions website.
Applicants planning to apply for a postgraduate place for entry in 2017/18:
Please be aware of some changes to the centralised application process. For application deadlines and information on the English language requirements, please refer to the application guide.
Intersted in applying to Pembroke? Don't forget to read this important information about admissions selection criteria, financial declarations, and the role of the College.
Graduate students at Pembroke are members of the Middle Common Room (MCR) which is a sociable and welcoming commnunity.
Discover more about graduate life at Pembroke on their own MCR website.