| Gonville & Caius College |
Gonville & Caius College is the oldest and the fourth-largest college in Cambridge founded in 1348.
| Wolfson College |
Wolfson College was established in 1965 in UK.
| 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.
| St Edmund's College |
St Edmund's College was established in 1896 in UK.
| Christ's College |
The third best college of the second best University in the world (Cambridge) is situated in the heart of Cambridge famous for its peaceful surroundings in spite of being in the middle of such a busy city.
The environment is very nurturing and friendly due to its moderate size and a limited number of students which doesn’t let anyone feel like an insignificant part of the crowd. A wide range of courses is available for UG and PG students from art and architecture to natural sciences and medicine.
| Clare College |
Clare College was founded in 1326 in UK.
| Trinity College |
The history of Trinity dates back to Henry VIII and most of its major buildings date from the 16th and 17th centuries. The beauty and size of Trinity’s courts attract visitors from all over the world, but the College is also a thriving, modern community.
Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546, combining two magnificent colleges Michaelhouse and King’s Hall. Michaelhouse which had existed since 1324; King’s Hall had been established by Edward II in 1317 and refounded by Edward III in 1337.
| Magdalene College |
Magdalene College, named after Mary Magdalene, is one of the constituent colleges of the University of Oxford which was founded in 1458 and is currently the wealthiest college in the University of Oxford with a total endowment of approx. £200M (2017).
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| Selwyn College |
Selwyn College is located in United Kingdom.
| Corpus Christi College |
Founded in 1352, Corpus Christ College, which is short for The College of Corpus Christi and the Blessed Virgin Mary, is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge.
| Girton College |
Girton College was founded in 1869 as first women's college in the UK as a part of the University of Cambridge.
| Homerton College |
Founded in 1768, Homerton College is one of prominent the colleges of University of Cambridge and it has more students than any other college of the University.
| Fitzwilliam College |
Fitzwilliam College has its origin back to 1869.
| Robinson College |
About the University
Robinson College was founded in 1977.
| Pembroke College |
Pembroke College is a college of Cambridge serving its students from long period of time in a view to mix curriculum with exposure across places to learn.
| Sidney Sussex College |
Sidney Sussex College was established in 1596 in the UK.
| Emmanuel College |
Emmanuel college was founded in 1911 by Queensland Church is the largest residential college of Queensland University. It offers scholarships up to $500,000 each year to graduating students. College has 50:50 male to female residential ratio. College has interdisciplinary research centre in Science, Religion and Society. It has nine undergraduate wings and 3 postgraduate wings.
| Trinity Hall |
Trinity Hall was founded 1350 by William Bateman.
| Jesus College |
Jesus College, which is a short name for its actual name: The College of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Saint John the Evangelist and the glorious Virgin Saint Radegund, near Cambridge, is a constituent college of University of Cambridge, UK and it was established near 1496.
| King's College |
Made in the style of ancient Gothic English architecture, king’s is kind of emblematic to Cambridge providing its students with the most gorgeous educational space and lovely accommodation. Due to this, it’s also a famous tourist destination who group at its front gate. It stands out for providing the perfect balance between studies and social life to the students as its nearby markets, clubs, high streets, and other entertainment hubs.
| Lucy Cavendish |
Lucy Cavendish is the women college located in Cambridge, UK.
| Downing College |
Downing College was founded in 1800.
| Peterhouse |
About the University
| Newnham College |
Newnham was built in 1871 and it is one of the largest educational institutions associated with Cambridge. It offers world-class learning with better perspectives.
| St Catharine's College |
St Catharine's College was founded in 1473.
| Hughes Hall |
Hughes Hall is located in Cambridge, UK.
| Murray Edwards College |
Murray Edwards College was established in 1954 in the UK.
| Churchill College |
A part of the University of Cambridge, the Churchill College was formed in 1958 and has courses in science, engineering, arts, and humanities.