The College of St Mary Magdalene is located in the centre of Cambridge beside the River Cam.
The College has its origins in the year 1428 and has an eclectic mix of buildings, the architectural history of which is a fascinating story in itself.
Visitors are very welcome to visit the College at most times during the year and are requested to check in at the Porters' Lodge on arrival. For a few weeks during the Easter Term the College closes to visitors in order to allow students to prepare for their examinations, but it is still possible to visit the Pepys Library during its opening hours.
Magdalene's greatest asset is its people. Discover the people who work here: our internationally-recognised teaching and research staff and the many others who help make Magdalene a world-class institution in which to live and learn.
There has been a continuous tradition of academic study on the Magdalene College site for nearly 600 years. Discover the history of the College, from its founding in the early years to the twenty-first century.
Magdalene College is located in the centre of Cambridge beside the River Cam. This section contains travel information and directions to the College whether you are coming by road, by public transport, or on foot.
The main entrance to Magdalene College is on Magdalene Street, on the north bank of the river. If you are visiting Magdalene please use this map to help find your way around the College grounds. A PDF version of the map can be downloaded.
Find out about Freedom of Information requests, Magdalene College's Policies and Procedures for delivering College business, and the our procedures relating to the provision of academic and student services.
Magdalene employs a diverse range of people in a wide variety of roles. All current job vacancies at Magdalene are listed on these pages. Despite the wide range of roles, there is a collective focus of the College’s common aim - the pursuit of excellence.