Cambridge Research Works is an official non-profit academic society registered at the University of Cambridge. Research Works is a great platform for like-minded scholars to communicate and share resources for academic development and cooperation. Research Works aims to advocate academic research at younger age and conduct research on academic leadership. We also strive to promote academic communication, organise various academic research lectures and academic educational activities. With the support of the University of Cambridge, we are stepping into the future and writing a new chapter.
Bringing together top academic researchers
Covering the forefront of research areas
Build a platform for academic exchanges
Academic leadership and public service promotion
Cambridge Research Works is building branches and carrying out the promotion of academic leadership around the world.
The aim is to establish a long-term and influential youth scholar community, bringing together top academic scholars, and promoting academic exchanges between different disciplines as well as explore cutting-edge research issues to help them establish important academic network and friendships.
Furthermore, the branches will promote educational public welfare, and contribute to the development of education in society.
Cambridge Research Works has the goal of the global advocacy of academic leadership research and education. We strive to carry out a series of educational activities.
1. Introduction of university majors and disciplines: tutorial videos and introductory articles for 40 popular university majors, which are free to society members and other students for learning. Through these, students can gain a deep understanding of the university courses and subjects, allowing them to make the right choices for undergraduate study laying the foundation for a future successful academic life.
2. Academic lectures: inviting academic scholars and experts to carry out non-commercial lectures to share academic experience and cutting-edge research issues.
3. Academic leadership research: investigate the theoretical foundations and practical framework of academic leadership; systematically develop the project-based learning research strategy (Craft of Research) and the units of transdisciplinary approaches ; develop the cooperation with other schools, and award the "Research Works Society Academic Education Practice Base" title.
4. Academic education seminars: organisation of academic education seminars, discussing the future of academic education models and leadership development.