Undergraduate study

A multidisciplinary degree where you can choose your own path

Complex and connected world problems cannot be solved by one discipline alone

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Resources for Current Students

Current Students

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Cambridge University Land Society

Access a world-class alumni network


Cambridge Land Economy Advisory Board

CLEAB's activities include: providing advice, and financial support to academics and students; supporting a successful undergraduate, and graduate mentoring programme, matching all interested students with an industry insider who can provide advice, and encouragement to those seeking a career in the real estate industry; improving connections between the Department and the property industry; providing strategic advice to the Department.

Our research centres

Our research, our impact

Land Economy’s research concerns how society interacts with the environment, both natural and built. We are multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary, principally drawing on economics, law, finance and planning but also including insights from several other disciplines, from engineering to political science. Our research is done by individuals and research centres and underpins our postgraduate and undergraduate teaching.