Visiting the College
Visitors are welcome to wander round Pembroke’s grounds and view the Chapel. No entry fee is charged. As the College is the home and workplace to over 600 people we would request that people do not wander into any of the staircases. At certain times of the year, particularly in May and the first two weeks of June, the College is closed to visitors. If you are intending to bring a large party of visitors to the College please could you check with the Porters on duty first, who will let you know if it is a convenient time.
Members of the College are welcome to visit Pembroke at any time of the year, including during the exam season, although visitors during this time should take great care to respect the quietude.
Collecting your MA Degree
A Bachelor of Arts may be admitted Master of Arts six* calendar years (five years for affiliated students) after the end of his or her first term of residence, provided that at least two years have elapsed since taking the B.A. degree. A fee of £5 is payable by those who took their BA degree in 1962 or earlier. For more information, including Congregation dates, please contact the Praelector’s Secretary, Mrs Frances Kentish.
If you have lost your degree certificate it is possible to order a new copy for £15 from the University.
Travelling to the College
If you are travelling to Pembroke we would advise that you take advantage of the city’s extensive public transport system, rather than travel by car, if at all possible. Unfortunately, no car parking facilities are available in the College.
You can download a PDF summarising with information on car parking, park and ride and current parking charges (correct as of 28 May 2015) here.
The nearest public car park is the Grand Arcade (formerly called Lion Yard), off Pembroke Street. A list of car parks and charges can be found on Cambridge City Council’s website.
Park & Ride
If you are in Cambridge for the day, there are five Park & Ride car parks on the outskirts of the city. Further information can be found on Cambridgeshire County Council’s website. Please note that it is not possible to leave a car overnight in a Park & Ride car park.
Trains & Buses
Trains run regularly from both London King’s Cross and London Liverpool Street to Cambridge. The train station is approximately twenty minutes walk from Pembroke. There is a frequent bus service between the station and Drummer Street bus station by Emmanuel College.
To plan a road journey to Cambridge, please visit our Maps & Directions page.