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I matriculated at a Cambridge college in 2011, passed my Part I exams then left during Lent Term of my second year for mental health reasons.

On the Cambridge Alumni website, it says in the FAQ section:
"An alumnus/alumna of the University is someone who has both matriculated within the University and studied within the University on an approved course for a certain period."

I'm just curious whether I would qualify.
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(Original post by chpnilrem)
I matriculated at a Cambridge college in 2011, passed my Part I exams then left during Lent Term of my second year for mental health reasons.

On the Cambridge Alumni website, it says in the FAQ section:
"An alumnus/alumna of the University is someone who has both matriculated within the University and studied within the University on an approved course for a certain period."

I'm just curious whether I would qualify.
You probably need to ask [email protected]
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(Original post by jneill)
You probably need to ask [email protected]
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