The Faculty Office (room 121 of the Raised Faculty Building) handles general enquiries, but you are encouraged to use the Departmental and other contacts listed here whenever appropriate.
Office hours are 08.45-13.00 and 14.00-17.15 (16.15 on Fridays) (individual departments may vary; please check using links below). Room numbers refer to the Raised Faculty Building (RFB) on the Sidgwick Avenue site, unless otherwise stated.
For details of all the staff in the Faculty, please see the full Staff List.
- General Enquiries - Fulvia Carotenuto - Faculty Office (121) - 01223 335000 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty Secretary - Sam Caley - Faculty Office (121) - 01223 760817 - email@example.com
- Assistant Faculty Administrator - Rachel Deadman (120) - 01223 335991 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty Administrator - Olivia Speed (117) - 01223 335034 - email@example.com
- Accounts Office - Jacky Price-Dyer (101) - 01223 335030 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Faculty Library, Issue Desk (First Floor) - 01223 335041 - email@example.com
- Information Technology Services (136) - 01223 335033 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Research Grants Administrator - Rebecca Convey (227) - 01223 760823 - email@example.com
- Personnel and Projects Administrator - Adam Cooley (228) - 01223 760810 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Year Abroad Office - Amanda Law (118) - 01223 335008 - email@example.com
Information Technology Services [SAH]
- Help-Desk - ITS (136) - 01223 335033 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Facilities Management Team (EMBS)
- Jamie Brittain (Site Supervisor) - 01223 765006 / 07824 835 212 - Jamie.Brittain@admin.cam.ac.uk
- Facilities Assistants - 01223 335013 - email@example.com
Graduate Studies Enquiries
- Graduate Administrator - Chris McCartney (104) - 01223 335044 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Graduate Secretary - (104) - 01223 335057 - email@example.com
- Linguistics Graduate Administrator - Louise Radok (220) - 01223 335050 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Department of French; Occitan - Esther Palmer (133) - 01223 335009 - email@example.com
- Department of German and Dutch - Ulrike Balser (201) - 01223 335037 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Department of Italian; Modern Greek Section; Neo Latin - Sarah Rowe (204) - 01223 335038 - email@example.com
- Department of Theoretical and Applied Linguistics - Gabrielle Uncles (220) - 01223 335010 - firstname.lastname@example.org
- Department of Slavonic Studies; Polish, Russian, Ukrainian - Olga Plocienniczak (330) - 01223 335007 - email@example.com
- Department of Spanish and Portuguese; Catalan - Coral Neale (102) - 01223 335005 - firstname.lastname@example.org
The Faculty is housed in the Raised Faculty Building, off Sidgwick Avenue. The Sidgwick Site is about 10 minutes' walk away from the centre of Cambridge.
Faculty of Modern & Medieval Languages
Raised Faculty Building
University of Cambridge
By public transport
Cambridge is very easily accessible by train, coach and bus. There is a fast and frequent train service from London as well as excellent connections from Scotland and the North, and regional services from Birmingham and the Midlands. For timetables please visit the National Rail Enquiries website. National Express operates coach services to Cambridge from major towns and cities across the UK. Once you are in Cambridge, Stagecoach offers a comprehensive bus service within the city. The nearest bus stop to the Raised Faculty Building is approx 150 yards away, on West Road, and is served by the route U service. Further information about access to Cambridge by public transport, as well as the the Cambridge cycle scheme, can be found on the Visit Cambridge website: visitcambridge.org
Postcode: CB3 9DA
The most direct way to the Sidgwick site for visitors coming from outside the city is from Junction 12 of the M11:
- Take the A603 Barton Road for a mile or so into the city
- Follow the road sharp left into Newnham Road, and go straight on at the roundabout. Continue past a garage and a few shops, follow the road left, then turn left at the traffic lights into Sidgwick Avenue.
- The entrance to the Sidgwick Site, and the Raised Faculty Building, is a few hundred yards on your right.
Please note that parking at the Sidgwick site is severely restricted, even for University staff. Unless you can arrange a permit in advance of your visit, you should use the (few available) metered bays on Sidgwick Avenue, the city centre car parks, or one of the Park & Ride facilities, which are marked in green on the Car Parks map.