Graham Watson to become permanent Bursar and Fellow


St Edmund’s is pleased that Graham Watson has agreed to become our permanent Bursar, having joined the College in November last year as Interim Bursar. The Governing Body has also approved Council’s recommendation to extend Graham’s fellowship. Graham looks forward to continuing to work with all members of College during this important period, and thanks the […]

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New Online Educational Partnership


The College is delighted to announce that, this summer, it will be partnering with BlueBridge Education to provide short online educational programmes aimed at high-performing students who are approaching the end of their undergraduate studies at international universities. This opportunity was brought to the College by St Edmund’s alumnus Stewart Eru (BA, Social and Political […]

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St Edmund’s Announcement


St Edmund’s College, Cambridge, has made the following announcement regarding the employment tribunal claim brought against the College by Dr Noah Carl: “It was agreed that it was in neither party’s interest to pursue a prolonged and expensive legal process. As a result we have settled our dispute without any admission of liability and Dr […]

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Cambridge Foundation Year Launch


St Edmund’s will welcome Cambridge Foundation Year students as part of landmark programme to reach new field of candidates and ‘transform lives’ St Edmund’s College is delighted to be among the first Colleges to host students for the Cambridge Foundation Year – an innovative new programme offering talented students from backgrounds of educational and social […]

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Appointment of Interim Bursar


St Edmund’s College is pleased to welcome Graham Watson, who will start as Interim Bursar on 2 November. Graham, for the last 17 years, was CEO of the Seckford Foundation. The Foundation is an endowed charity based in Suffolk whose aim is the care and education of the young and old. The Foundation includes Woodbridge […]

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Equality, Diversity, and Inclusivity Charter agreed by Governing Body


Equality, Diversity, and Inclusivity Charter St Edmund’s College was founded in 1896 on the principles of diversity and inclusivity, to create a home for education, religion, learning, and research in Cambridge for an excluded Roman Catholic minority. Over a century later, while we now welcome members of any or no faith, these principles remain central […]

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Dr Diana Wood appointed as Vice-Master


Dr Diana Wood MA MD FRCP is appointed as the new Vice-Master of St Edmund’s College, with effect from 1 September 2020.

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Fr Ed Hone appointed as Dean


Fr Ed Hone is appointed as Dean of St Edmund’s and will join the College in September 2020. He joins us from the International English-Speaking Community of the Parish of Luxembourg Notre Dame, for which he has been Priest for the last eight years.

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Dr Vittorio Montemaggi appointed as Director of the VHI


St Edmund’s College is pleased to welcome Dr Vittorio Montemaggi, who will start as Director of the Von Hügel Institute in September.

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Catherine Arnold inaugurated as 15th Master of St Edmund’s


On Saturday 5 October 2019, St Edmund’s inaugurated its fifteenth Master, Catherine Arnold OBE. Below you can view the video recording of the inauguration ceremony, as well as view photos from the event. We have also made available a transcript of her maiden speech. Inauguration Video     Photo Gallery  

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Statement from the Master regarding complaints and recent media coverage


In recent days there has been extensive press and social media coverage about complaints received by the College.  These relate to the appointment of one of our Junior Research Fellows.  Understandably, the complaints and the media coverage have caused concern to our students, our Fellows and our Alumni. It is important to emphasise that as […]

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Internationally-renowned centre forms independent charity


The Faraday Institute, a research centre founded in 2006 as part of St Edmund’s College Cambridge, is becoming an independent organisation from 1 October 2018. The Faraday Institute was established to explore matters of science and faith between scientists and people of all faiths and none. Having grown in size and developed a number of […]

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