Cambridge University Czech and Slovak Society
Society open to all
The Cambridge University Czech & Slovak Society (CUCSS) is an association of Czech and Slovak students at the University of Cambridge. The main aims of the Society are to provide members with a forum for discussion and exchange of ideas on a diverse range of topics relating to the events affecting the situation in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and to initiate and maintain coordinated dialogue between the Czech and Slovak students at the University of Cambridge, as well as at other universities in the UK and abroad. Membership is open to all current and past Cambridge University members and to any other interested persons. There is no membership fee, and the membership is lifelong.
The University of Cambridge has been attracting the brightest minds from around the world for over 800 years. Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Stephen Hawking, Oliver Cromwell, Hugh Laurie, Francis Bacon, Ian McKellen, Alan Turing– to name a few who have come to Cambridge to develop their potential and fulfil their dreams. Would you like to do the same?
The society benefits greatly from the cooperation with out commercial partners. We would like to thank them dearly, as without their support we would not be able to operate.