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International students form part of a larger body of students that can take part in a wide variety of cultural and religious societies (there are 115 Societies/groups in the societies directory for the 'International' category ranging from the African Carribean Society to the Indian society). For a list of these international societies, and to keep in touch with fellow nationals, visit https://www.cusu.cam.ac.uk/directory/categories/international/. Similar to ethnic minorities, there’s a lot on offer, including talks, debates, food festivals, club nights, balls and more. It can be a great way to socialise with people from a similar background to your own or introduce your friends to your culture. The society websites also provide welfare advice and support.
CUSU also has an autonomous International Students Campaign which looks out for the needs and interests of international students. The University website for Intertional Students is https://www.internationalstudents.cam.ac.uk/ and information about the International Support Team who provide specialist support to students who come to study at Cambridge from outside the UK can be found here.
CUSU's international freshers’ guide contains plenty of useful information and is available here.
Visit Education UK for practical advice about your stay in the UK and take a look at the Cambridge University Language centre for information on how to enrol in language courses and find support for academic English.