The University & its Departments
The Colleges of the University
Courses & Admissions
Learning & Teaching
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Business Services Guide
Cambridge Local Information
The University of Cambridge is world-famous for the quality of its research. Research income in the University, totalling more than £246m in 2004, was derived from Research Councils, Charities, Industry, European Commission, the Funding Council (HEFCE), other Government Departments and other sources abroad. For overviews of research activities, see the following:
Individual centres, groups and departments have information on the web. To locate information easily, use the University-wide search engine (with which you can search the whole site or by department or college) or select the group or department you want from the Department directory.
Research degrees and jobs
Business Liaison & Research Services
The Business Services Guide should be the default port of call for organisations who need help and advice in establishing contacts with the University for collaboration, expertise, recruitment, entrepreneurship, philanthropy or executive education.
Research Services Division provides services supporting activities involved in research funding and technology transfer. It comprises the Research Collaboration office, Cambridge Enterprise and associated legal, accounting, IT and administrative support.
Research Assessment Exercise