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A contemporary purpose built space for students looking for the very best in independent living.
With a high specification throughout and meticulously planned for ease of maintenance, these studios provide an inspiring yet practical place to live whilst studying in Cambridge.
Situated in a no-through road Mallory House is conveniently located for all University of Cambridge Colleges and in easy walking distance of Anglia Ruskin University.
Mallory House, is named after the renowned English mountaineer George Mallory who arrived as a student at Cambridge University in 1905. It was here that his dream of climbing Everest began to take shape.
The beautiful city of Cambridge continues to inspire dreams and with students now accounting for over one fifth of the city’s overall population, Cambridge has much to offer its students.
A world famous centre of learning Cambridge is brimming with museums, art galleries and incredible architecture. It is also a city which truly combines and embraces the old and the new. It has the welcoming feel and charm of a small town as well as the energy and variety of a larger city.
Cambridge has something to offer all tastes from live music to clubs, it’s home to four theatres, three cinemas and two major venues, The Junction and The Corn Exchange, both of which show a varied programme of concerts, drama, comedy and dance. The city hosts a growing number of events and festivals throughout the year including the Folk Festival, Cambridge Film Festival, Midsummer Fair and the Shakespeare Festival. When the outdoor beckons what could be more pleasant than a stroll through the beautiful Botanic Gardens or why not try the age old tradition of punting along the iconic River Cam.
With an abundance of markets, boutiques, independent shops, high street brands and designer labels, Cambridge has it all. Wander around the city’s pretty cobbled streets and discover thriving open air markets and chic cafes, or experience the city’s newest shopping centre, The Grand Arcade, home to more than 60 premium brands including John Lewis, Apple, The White Company, Carluccio’s, Topshop and Hollister.
From charming tea rooms and modern eateries to Michelin starred restaurants, Cambridge has a multitude of establishments in which to savour your favourite food and drink.
Location in Cambridge
- 50 meters from Anglia Ruskin University
- 1 mile from the University of Cambridge
- 1.1 mile from Cambridge Rail Station
- 3.5 miles to Junction 13 of the M11
Train from Cambridge
- 19 minutes to Newmarket
- 30 minutes to Stansted Airport
- 51 minutes to London Kings Cross
- 1 hour 6 minutes to London Liverpool Street
All distance/times are approximate
Cambridge Student Demographics*
Cambridge has two universities within the city.
There are approximately 33,275 full time students studying within the two establishments.
55% are studying at
The University of Cambridge
Ranked 1st by Times Higher Education ‘Table of Tables 2015’
- 19,385 total student intake
- 94% of total student intake are full time
- 12,160 (63%) are undergraduates
- 7,245 (37%) are postgraduates (including part time students)
- 32% (approx.) are students from overseas
45% are studying at
Anglia Ruskin University
Ranked 116th in the sector by The Times ‘Good University Guide 2015’
- 21,070 total student intake (over the two campuses in Cambridge & Chelmsford)
- 71% of total student intake are full time and over 50% study at the Cambridge Campus.
- 17,650 (84%) are undergraduates
- 3,420 (16%) are postgraduates
- 15% (approx.) are students from overseas
Between the two universities, there are currently c. 17,007 university owned and private purpose built units in Cambridge.
Anglia Ruskin University, the closest university to Mallory House has a shortfall of 7,426 student beds.
86% of their full time students cannot access purpose built accommodation. In 2012 Anglia Ruskin University was one of the few universities that increased their number of applications despite the rise in tuition fees.
Cambridge University has a shortfall of 2,567 student beds.
In addition to the above two Universities, there are two colleges in Cambridge, Cambridge Regional College and the Cambridge Arts and Science College plus a further 26 English Language schools that operate year round.
Cambridge is an internationally recognised city for education, primarily due to the high status of the University of Cambridge.