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Explore other societies promoting equality, diversity, creativity and collaboration.

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We are a student run creative collective. We host a series of Q&As with professionals in film, tv and theatre. We also hold competitions, run screenings and release curated reviews. We want to inspire, inform and entertain.

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Bringing self-identifying women into dialogue, providing the inspiration and tools to spark change. We host events throughout term that range from art exhibitions to discussion groups in order to help build a creative and safe community of women and non-binary students at Cambridge.

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Inspiring and empowering self-identifying women and non-binary people in STEM.

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A society that aims to provide a place for people interested in science to come together and get to share their passion.

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The 93% Club is a society dedicated to supporting students from state-educated backgrounds at the University of Cambridge. 93% of students in the UK are state-educated, yet at Cambridge they make up only 68% of the total student body. Our goal is to foster an empowering community of state-educated students and to campaign for tangible change within the University at large.

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The Cambridge University Society for Women Lawyers aims to promote the interest and retention of women in law and, more broadly, a supportive network for women in law and all persons interested in promoting women in law within the university.

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UN Women is dedicated to gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls worldwide. UN Women UK Cambridge Society hopes to advance these aims and promote this message across the university.

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We are driven to reduce this gender imbalance by giving female and non-binary students the tools to successfully pursue a career in finance. Our resources and advice are pooled from female students with experience in the finance industry so you can find everything you need in one place.


The Cambridge University Women in Business Society (CAMWIB) aims to provide companies with a forum to address a group of female students of Cambridge University who are interested in a career in business and likewise for students to meet key corporate decision makers and learn about their companies and the industries in which they operate. It also aims to provide female students with valuable networking opportunities with like-minded students and alumni.

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We’re a non-profit organisation aiming to empower and celebrate women in media and inspire the next generation. Women In Media gives delegates the opportunity to learn from successful women in journalism, radio, TV, blogging, PR and much more, through keynote speeches, panel sessions, workshops and our own annual conference.

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Burst the Bubble

Burst The Bubble is a platform committed to amplifying the voices of ethnic minorities in predominantly white spaces.


Cambridge University United Nations Association

Promoting a greater understanding of the role, functions and potential of the United Nations, with speaker events, socials, and the home of Model UN debate in Cambridge

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