Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge located at Huntingdon Rd, Cambridge CB3 0DF, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01223 762100

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Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge cambridge

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Vivek Tandon

5 Google Rating

Wonderful architecture with a mesmerizing art collection. Great nosh at the dome and peaceful surrou

5/ 5

Wonderful architecture with a mesmerizing art collection. Great nosh at the dome and peaceful surroundings. Ideal for the budding academic looking for a bit of inspiration.

Mabel Koh

5 Google Rating

This college is a little out of the city centre but it is definitely worth a visit. The brutalist ar

5/ 5

This college is a little out of the city centre but it is definitely worth a visit. The brutalist architecture and iconic dome stands out from the other colleges. There is a huge courtyard within the modern building with a water feature which is good to hang out in. There are art exhibits inside the building too which makes this place interesting to visit.

Samuel Tsang

2 Google Rating

One of my favourite colleges in terms of its architecture. Coming from Oxford, I must say people hav

2/ 5

One of my favourite colleges in terms of its architecture. Coming from Oxford, I must say people have the wrong concept that Oxford/Cambridge is all quaint and there are no modern buildings. Murray Edwards is a coherently built modernist gem. But, I gave two stars because the people there are exceedingly arrogant and rude. I was told very bluntly to check out at 9am and requested politely if it’s possible to postpone one hour because I had an important interview. I was told NO and the porter’s tone was super rude and blamed me for not checking the info carefully online. I was absolutely shocked by the lack of compassion and basic care!

Dieter S.

3 Google Rating

Been here for attending conferences two times in two years. Once we had no breakfast because we were

3/ 5

Been here for attending conferences two times in two years. Once we had no breakfast because we were the only guests and they forgot to tell us. Catering during the conference is ambivalent. Sometimes great food and sometimes bad, way to little and the stuff sometimes is great and sometimes slow and not attentively.

Duncan Stibbard Hawkes

3 Google Rating

Lets face it. Murray Edwards isn't the prettiest college in the whole of Cambridge and, unfortunatel

3/ 5

Lets face it. Murray Edwards isn't the prettiest college in the whole of Cambridge and, unfortunately for some, it is women only. It's alright though, and they have some nice flowers. If you are a tourist, probably one of the last ones to visit.

Adam Ormondroyd

5 Google Rating

Nice courts, need to butter up the porters

5/ 5

Nice courts, need to butter up the porters

Simon Weppel

5 Google Rating

Nice to walk around. Beautiful architecture. Good scholarly reputation.

5/ 5

Nice to walk around. Beautiful architecture. Good scholarly reputation.

Arthur Simpson

5 Google Rating

Lovely atmosphere

5/ 5

Lovely atmosphere

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