Study at Queens' College

United Kingdom

Public University, Estd. in 1967

Overview

Queens' College Facts

Margaret of Anjou established the college in 1448.

     The college's alumni embrace heads of presidency and politicians from numerous countries, royalty, non-secular leaders, astronauts, and Oscar nominees.

     Molly Underwood who has recently been rewarded with the Poetry Prize at Manchester Writing Awards is also the alumni of Queen’s.

     Senior Economist and Labour Party adviser, Lord Eatwell is the current president of the college.

     It’s located on Silver Street and has the many recognizable buildings of the University of Cambridge - Cloister Court, Walnut Tree Court, Old Court, Cripps Court etc.

     It attained the 6th position in the Tomkins Table 2016 rankings.

 

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About Queens' College

The party college of Cambridge has been situated alongside river Cam and has the most known buildings in Cambridge. It’s one of the oldest colleges and yet not traditional in its approach and environment. Erasmus, Michael Foale, Stephen Fry, Paul Greengrass are some of the most outstanding alumni of the college.

Notable Alumni

There are several notable alumni who have studied at Queens' College. Some of the notable alumni of Queens' College are:

NameDescription
Andrew Crockett (banker)General manager of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS)
Stephen Brown (judge)Lord Justice of Appeal and the President of the Family Division of the High Court of England and Wales.
Red SymonsMusician and Comedian
Peter Hamilton BaileyQueen's 1945, Rhodes Scholar 1950
Andrew GambleProfessor of Politics at the University of Cambridge and Fellow of Queens' College
William Bates (minister)English Presbyterian minister

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