Welcome to the Cambridge University India Society
Cambridge University India Society was founded by India’s first Prime Minister, the great Jawaharlal Nehru, during his time at Trinity College. It was set up to facilitate greater understanding of Indian culture within Cambridge, and serves as a dynamic social platform for both Indian and non-Indian students alike.
We hope to raise awareness of cultural and political issues relating to India through our events such as academics talks, classes, film nights. We also host a variety of social events including club nights, formals, sports events, our annual garden party and of course, our legendary Annual Ball.
We are open to all students, regardless of race or religion - all you need is an interest in all things Indian! From fascinating guest speakers, to exciting social events, we have something for everyone.
We host a wide variety of events every term, see some of them below
If you have any events ideas, get in touch with our Ents officers
- "Is the Cambridge term making you feel lonely? Need someone to wake up to in the morning to share your thepla and chai with? Have you realised that scrolling endlessly in the comments section of Subtle Curry Traits for that special someone is a futile task? Perhaps you just want a companion to sit in a blanket with to cry to Kal Ho Naa Ho? WELL LOOK NO FURTHER because CUIS's own Shaadi.com is here"
- Stressed about work? Tired of walking home in the dark? Sick of pretending to enjoy and sing along to the trash music at Vinyl every Friday? FEAR NOT - CUIS IS BACK WITH THE FINAL EVENT OF TERM: CLUB NIGHT!
And many more ...See All Events