Entities

University of Cambridge

Entity Type
Link
Founding Date
1209

Established in 1209, the 800-year old University of Cambridge’s is fourth-oldest university in the world. It is a public research institution that serves students from all corners of the globe. With its eminence for academic excellence and scholarly values, the university ranks among the very top universities in the world for teaching, international outlook, and research. It boasts 98 Nobel laureates and 15 British prime ministers have affiliations with Cambridge as students, faculty or alumni, including the scientists Francis Crick and Frederick Sanger.

Andrew Dyson

Bill Janeway

2013 - present

Daniel Yergin

David Harding

Fraser Howie

Geoffrey West

Gillian Tett

Guy Raz

John Armitage

John Hull

Jonathan Scott

Lee Robinson

Tom Walton-Pocock

Greg McKeown

2022 - 2026

Aaran Param

2012 - 2015

Barry Eichengreen

2014 - 2015

Noreena Hertz

2000 - 2015

Mark Nelson

2012 - 2013

Ellen Wald

2010 - 2010

Tian Yang

2007 - 2010

Mike Coffin

2007 - 2008

Bastian Bolesta

2005 - 2007

Christopher Joye

2002 - 2005

Raghav Kapoor

2001 - 2004

Simon White

2002 - 2003

Aubrey de Grey

2000 - 2000

Scott Sonenshein

1998 - 1999

Olivier Desbarres

1994 - 1997

Stephanie Kelton

1996 - 1997

Simon Bowmaker

1996 - 1997

Stephen Kelso

1992 - 1996

Indranil Ghosh

1991 - 1993

Nick Bloom

1991 - 1994

Mark Versey

1990 - 1993

Merryn Somerset Webb

1989 - 1992

Gareth Murphy

1991 - 1992

Tassos Stassopoulos

1989 - 1992

Colm O'Shea

1989 - 1992

Hendrik du Toit

1986 - 1988

Aron Landy

1983 - 1986

Francis Breedon

1984 - 1985

David Hughes

1981 - 1984

David Bennett

1980 - 1983

Jack Inglis

1980 - 1983

Sean Corrigan

1979 - 1982

Rory Cellan-Jones

- 1981

Mohamed El-Erian

1977 - 1980

Rhona O'Connell

1977 - 1980

Steve Mobbs

1976 - 1979

Margaret Heffernan

1974 - 1977

John Llewellyn

1974 - 1977

Tim Guinness

1965 - 1968