Dísa Greaves talks to four female students undertaking typically male-dominated degrees.
Shusma Balaji and Fleur Conway, first year engineers
Hannah Bishop, second year engineer
"It doesn't feel any different being a girl in engineering- the only downside is when practicals require greater physical strength."
Shusma Balaji, first year engineer
"In 2014 only 14% of students starting a Computer Science degree at Cambridge were female, with Engineering and Mathematics also having gendered admissions rates."
Scarlet Cox, first year Computer Scientist
"It does feel like there is a problem with attracting girls to this course, especially with the gender ratio."
Photos by Tasha May