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Faculty of Economics





The University of Cambridge has many student societies (click here for full list). The Faculty of Economics has the following societies, where groups meet to take part in activities or to discuss the shared interest of Economics.


The Marshall Society

The Marshall Society is an economics society at the University of Cambridge. It was established in 1927, and is named after Alfred Marshall, the prominent economist who was Professor of Political Economy at Cambridge from 1885 to 1908 and established the university's economics Tripos in 1903.

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The Cambridge University Graduate Economics Society

CUGES is the society for all Postgraduate students of Economics programmes (Diploma/MPhil/MRes/PhD) and was founded in 2022 with the main aim of bringing together students from different programmes and creating one single Graduate Economics community.

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