Accommodation

Corpus offers outstanding facilities and accommodation for postgraduate students. The College normally accommodates all of its graduate students for the duration of their University courses, up to a maximum of three years as graduates, or up to six years in total in College accommodation if previously resident in Cambridge as undergraduates.

Leckhampton, the College’s postgraduate campus in west Cambridge, remains open for residence throughout the year.

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Leckhampton House, a fine Victorian residence which provides a home for two Fellows and five students, is connected to the dining hall.

Nearby is the George Thomson Building or GTB, completed in 1964 and refurbished in 2013. It was designed by Philip Dowson of Ove Arup and Partners and accommodates thirty-two graduate students in single rooms.

In 2012 the Kho Building was completed. It was designed by architects Bland Brown & Cole and the main contractor was Barnes Construction. It provides 6 self-contained flats for couples and 34 en-suite single study-bedrooms.

A number of large houses on the Leckhampton site at Cranmer Road and Selwyn Gardens provide an additional 50 single rooms, as well as flats for student couples and families.

A newly rebuilt house in Barton Road is easily reached through the Leckhampton gardens and now provides 14 single rooms, 4 of which are ensuite, and a small flat.

Please see our Fees and Costs page for details on accommodation charges.

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