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Clare College Cambridge

Clare College The College was founded in 1326 and was the first of the Oxford and Cambridge foundations to provide for a Master, Fellows and Scholars in a single community. It remains today a society of teachers and students brought together by a common interest in learning, teaching and research. The College has 95 Fellows, 180 graduate students and approximately 460 students following undergraduate or professional courses.

Clare College Cambridge

Emmanuel College Emmanuel is in the heart of Cambridge, in a main shopping area, yet is off the tourist track and never feels crowded or pressured. It is one of the larger colleges in Cambridge, a community of more than 600 people.

  Jesus College The College was founded in 1496, and it originally consisted of buildings taken over from the nunnery of St Mary and St Radegund: namely the chapel, and the cloister attached to it; the nuns' refectory, which became the college hall; and the former lodging of the prioress, which became the Master's Lodge. This set of buildings remains the core of the college to this day, and this accounts for its distinctly peaceful and spacious character, which sets it apart from all the other Cambridge colleges.
King's College Cambridge King's College King's College is part of Cambridge University, one of the world's greatest centres of learning. The College is well equipped to provide its students with an excellent education. King's has the highest ratio of Fellows to undergraduates of any Cambridge college.
Queen's College Cambridge Queens' College First founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou and then, unusually, again in 1465 by Elizabeth Woodville, Queens' is fiercely proud of its royal patronesses, including our most recent, Her Majesty The Queen. The history of the College, much like its architecture, is rich, complex and varied. The main College site sits astride the River Cam, the two halves joined across the river by the famous Mathematical Bridge - more correctly called The Wooden Bridge.
Queen's College Cambridge St John's College
Queen's College Cambridge Trinity College Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546 as part of the University of Cambridge. Since then Trinity has flourished and grown, and is now a home to around 600 undergraduates, 300 graduates, and over 160 Fellows.
Queen's College Cambridge Trinity Hall
  Churchill College
  Clare Hall
  Corpus Christi College Corpus Christi College is one of the ancient colleges of the University of Cambridge. Founded in 1352 by the Guilds of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary, it bears the distinction of being the only College in Oxford or Cambridge founded by their citizens. The College recently celebrated 650 years of commitment to teaching and research, carried out on the site of its original foundation in the heart of mediaeval Cambridge.
  Darwin College
  Downing College
  Fitzwilliam College
  Girton College
Queen's College Cambridge Gonville and Caius College
  Homerton College
  Hughes Hall
  Lucy Cavendish
  Magdalene College
  New Hall
  Newnham College
  Pembroke College
  Peterhouse
  Robinson College
  St Catharine's College
  St Edmund's College
  Selwyn College
  Sidney Sussex College
  Wolfson College
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