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Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages and Linguistics

 

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Sculptures outside the Raised Faculty Building

How to Find Us

How to contact us


*Please note: Faculty staff are currently working from home due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The best way to get in touch is via email. Thank you for your patience - we look forward to hearing from you.


The Faculty Office (room 121 of the Raised Faculty Building) handles general enquiries, but you are encouraged to use the Section and other contacts listed here whenever appropriate.

Office hours are 8.45am to 1pm and 2pm to 5.15pm (4.15pm on Fridays). Please note, each individual's hours may vary. Room numbers refer to the Raised Faculty Building (RFB) on the Sidgwick Avenue site, unless otherwise stated.

For details of all the staff in the Faculty, please see the full Staff List.

Section enquiries

Postgraduate enquiries

Information Technology Services [SAHIS]

Faculty enquiries

Facilities Management Team (EMBS)


How to find us

The Faculty is housed in the Raised Faculty Building, off Sidgwick Avenue. The Sidgwick Site is about 10 minutes' walk away from the centre of Cambridge.

Address

Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages and Linguistics
Raised Faculty Building
University of Cambridge
Sidgwick Avenue
Cambridge
CB3 9DA

Directions

By public transport

Cambridge is very easily accessible by train, coach and bus.

Train and coach

There is a fast and frequent train service from London as well as excellent connections from Scotland and the North, and regional services from Birmingham and the Midlands. For timetables please visit the National Rail Enquiries website. National Express operates coach services to Cambridge from major towns and cities across the UK.

Bus

Once you are in Cambridge, Stagecoach offers a comprehensive bus service within the city. The nearest bus stop to the Raised Faculty Building is about 150 yards away, on West Road, and is served by the route U service (view the U route map) which is run by Whippet. Further information about access to Cambridge by public transport can be found on the Cambridge City Council website. The Journey Planner is helpful for bus travel.

Cycling

CycleStreets can help you to plan your cycle journey in the city.

By car

Please note that parking at the Sidgwick Site is severely restricted, even for University staff. If you will be travelling to Cambridge by car, you should use the (few available) metered bays on Sidgwick Avenue, the city centre car parks, or one of the Park & Ride facilities, which are marked in green on the City Council's Car Parks map.

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