Information for current students
This page contains information of relevance to students currently taking all parts of the Computer Science Tripos and the MPhil ACS. There is a separate page for PhD students.
Undergraduate course information
There is also a page of quick links to the most commonly accessed documents.
- Teaching course material
Material provided on the Web by the individual lecturers of each course. Previous years' material is also still available.
Descriptions of the undergraduate lecture courses in Computer Science (HTML) | (PDF) and book list for College librarians.
Information on the Part II individual Projects and the Part IB Group Projects.
- Lecture timetables
- College Teaching
The Director of Studies at each College is responsible for the teaching organised by that College, and advice to students on academic matters.
- Information on supervisions
Information on what supervisions are, where and when to sign up for them, plus guidance for supervisors.
- Computer Science in the Natural Sciences Tripos
Information for those considering taking the Computer Science option in first year NST. The same course is also available as a first year option in the PPS Tripos.
- Transferring into second year Computer Science
It is possible to transfer into Part IB of the Computer Science Tripos after taking one or two years of some other Triposes.
- Academic exchanges with other universities
Cambridge students occasionally spend time at other universities and vice versa.
- Part III
Information about admission to Part III in including the Part III application form for eligible Part II students (please print out both sides).
Information for Directors of Studies including dates for enrolment is in the process of preparation.
MPhil ACS information
- Course material
Material provided on the Web by the individual lecturers of each module.
- Project and essays
Research project suggestions for ACS Option B students; assessment; and final research project report and essay submission information.
- Information booklet
- MPhil Calendar
Calendar of important dates
- MPhil Assessment Schedule
Schedule of assessment deadlines for Michaelmas 2010 and Lent 2011
- M.Phil Scheme of Assessment
Marking guidelines and penalties
- MPhil machines
Information about the machines used for the MPhil course.
- PWF computer systems
The facilities provided by Intel Laboratory workstations.
The facilities provided by the Computer Laboratory's library.
- Urgent teaching or supervision-related problem
(the fast feedback button)
If the problem cannot wait, send a message anonymously. This will be acted on as soon as possible (if the problem has a solution).
- Staff–Student Consultative Forum
This is a forum for students to give feedback on the course. It consists of a student representative from each year group and five members of staff.
- Online services
Mailing lists, newsgroups, student-operated web sites, etc.
- Upper limb disorder/RSI/OOS
Information on typing-related injuries (part of the main Laboratory safety page).
- Policy statements relating to students
Official policy statements released by the Head of Department.
- Transferable skills
The Laboratory's policy on undergraduate skills and the University's documentation on transferable skills.
- Microsoft Academic Alliance Programme
Access to Microsoft software under the Academic Alliance Programme is available. Newly arrived students will receive an e-mail with their account details needed to download the software in the Michaelmas Term.
Awards, Honours, Prizes and Competitions won by Cambridge Computer Science staff and students.
If you are considering applying to Cambridge to read the Computer Science Tripos or MPhil then look at our information for prospective students.