There are over one hundred libraries in Cambridge, which is one of the major advantages of studying here. I regularly use three - my college library, my Faculty library and the University Library. The UL is a fantastic resource; it's a copyright library, so has copies of everything published in the UK. I'm also registered for borrowing at another Faculty library for one of my papers. Sports facilities are particular to each college; the University itself doesn't have a central sports centre, as far as I know. My college only has a small gym, but it does also have a sports field a little way out from college. Some colleges have swimming pools, excellent gyms and sports fields, though - if sport's what you're looking for, there are plenty of colleges which cater to that. My focus was more musical, so my choice of college reflects that. The Careers Service sends out a 'diary' every term to all students, letting us know what's going on. They're very active and hold regular careers fairs, with stalls from all kinds of different areas of work and potential employers. I attended a 'Work to Change the World' fair, with many groups from the charity sector, which really opened my eyes to that area of work. One thing that the University does lack is a kind of central base. We do have a Students' Union, but it doesn't have a building, so no-one is really bothered about it. Of course you do meet people from other colleges and subjects in your general life here, but it would be nice to have some kind of building that gives the students a place to gather.