Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club

Where world-class academic study meets the experience of a lifetime

Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club

Where world-class academic study meets the experience of a lifetime

Project Ely

The Cambridge University Boat Clubs are excited about Project Ely, bringing transformational change to university rowing with the construction of the new boathouse. The boathouse will support excellence on the water and secure the future of elite level rowing for the whole university.

Press Release – 02/11/2015


Rowing at Cambridge

Watch the video to find out what rowing for Cambridge University is really like, and hear what past Blues think of their experience.


Boat Race 2015

The Women’s Boat Race joins the men’s University Boat Race on the Thames in London. Find out more about this historic move.



Iris Dinner

Cambridge University Women’s Boat Club is delighted to invite you and a guest to the 2nd CUWBC Founderess’ Dinner, the Iris Dinner, named after Iris Preston who was instrumental in setting up the Club in 1941, this year to be held on the 21st November.

This year we are holding the dinner at Fitzwilliam College. The cost of the dinner will be £49 (including half a bottle of wine or soft drinks) to encourage as many as possible to come, reunite crews and introduce husbands and partners to the world of CUWBC. The deadline for ticket applications is 4th November, so please click on the eventrbrite link below now to reserve your place!

Find out more about the Iris Dinner.

Iris Dinner

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CUWBC Speaker Series 2015 – 2016- Jo Bostock

In Conversation with….. Jo Bostock at Newton Investment Management offices, 160 Queen Victoria Street, London EC4V 4LA

Jo is the founder of Pause Consultancy, a leadership development business that advises global organisations, top teams and senior individuals on how to achieve diverse and inclusive workplaces. Jo is also co-founder of the Women’s Sport Trust, a charity that encourages gender equality through sport. Jo will talk about her book launched in 2015, “The Meaning of Success: Insights from Women at Cambridge” which tells different women’s stories, often not heard, and exploring the definition of ‘success’ – giving us an opportunity to think about our own incredible women’s stories within CUWBC

To purchase your ticket go here – Speaker Series Tickets


Junior Open Day

Our Open Day on 22nd September is now fully booked, however will will be holding another one next April for girls in Year 11 and 12 thinking of applying to Cambridge University in the Autumn of 2016 or 2017. Please contact us via the event page here to register interest in the next Open Day.


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