| Gonville & Caius College |
Gonville & Caius College It is the oldest and largest founded in 1348.
| Lucy Cavendish |
Lucy Cavendish is the women college located in Cambridge, UK.
| Peterhouse |
| St Catharine's College |
St Catharine's College was founded in 1473.
| Wolfson College |
Wolfson College was established in 1965 in UK.
| Downing College |
Downing College was founded in 1800.
| Homerton College |
Homerton College was founded in 1768.
| Magdalene College |
Magdalen College, named after Mary Magdalen, 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).
| 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.
| Hughes Hall |
Hughes Hall is located in Cambridge, UK.
| Murray Edwards College |
Murray Edwards College was established in 1954 in UK.
| Robinson College |
Robinson College was founded in 1977.
| St John's College |
It’s one of the largest colleges of Cambridge university supplied with all kinds of facilities from gym to music rooms all in a single campus. It has a large number of students as compared to other moderate-sized colleges of Cambridge. There are 40 societies for co-curricular purely run by students. There’s a never-ending list of alumni involved in diverse fields like religion, politics, arts, medicine etc.
| Clare College |
Clare College was founded in 1326 in UK.
| Girton College |
Girton College was founded in 16869 as first women college.
| Pembroke College |
Pembroke College was founded in 1624 in UK.
| Sidney Sussex College |
Sidney Sussex College was established in 1596 in UK.
| Trinity Hall |
Trinity Hall was founded 1350 by William Bateman.
| 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.
| Fitzwilliam College |
Fitzwilliam College has its origin back to1869.
| 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.
| Newnham College |
Newnham College was founded in 1871.