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.


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.



CUWBC Leadership Speaker Series

Come, join us and be inspired by leading women in the world of business, industry, sport and life. CUWBC offers to its alumni and friends “The Speaker Series” – hear our exceptional speakers, get together with old friends, and meet new contacts in a friendly environment. Each event offers great networking and professional development opportunities and will draw on the experiences of our own talented members as well as bringing in impressive external speakers.

Find out more about the CUWBC Leadership Speaker Series.

You will have a great time! Come and join us!


CUWBC Open Day – Thursday 23rd April

Cambridge University rowing is world renowned and if you are interested in continuing your chosen sport with your academic ambitions, come and visit the home of Cambridge University rowing – Goldie Boathouse – and find out more.

CUWBC is holding its first Open Day where you will have an amazing opportunity to see for yourself all CUWBC has to offer alongside the best University in the World.

You will receive a warm welcome from our experienced professional coaching team – Chief Coach, Rob Baker and Assistant Coaches, Patrick Ryan and Nick Acock – and meet current students and alumni to find out first-hand why CUWBC is the best option for combining high levels of study and sport.

The day will consist of a tour of our Cambridge training facility, the historic Goldie Boathouse, with discussions and talks from members of the Coaching team. You will receive a tour of Cambridge to help with orientation, we will be able to point out your College of choice (not easy from a selection of 31!) and to finish the day you will meet an Admissions Tutor who will be able to explain how the application process works and dispel a few myths.

We look forward to welcoming you.

To register your interest please email info@cuwbc.org.uk.


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