University of Cambridge


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University of Cambridge, located in England, and informally called Cambridge University, is one of the most reputable universities in the World. It is a collegiate university, and was founded in 1209 and granted a royal charter by King Henry III in 1231. University of Cambridge is the second-oldest English-speaking university and the third-oldest functioning university in the world.

University of Cambridge

The Old Schools,
Trinity Lane,
Cambridge CB2 1TN
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1223 337733

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University of Cambridge has 31 colleges:

  • King’s
  • Trinity
  • St John’s
  • Peterhouse
  • Clare
  • Pembroke
  • Gonville & Caius
  • Trinity Hall
  • Corpus Christi
  • Queens’
  • St Catharine’s
  • Jesus
  • Christ’s
  • Magdalene
  • Emmanuel
  • Sidney Sussex
  • Downing
  • Girton
  • Newnham
  • Selwyn
  • Fitzwilliam
  • Churchill
  • Murray Edwards
  • Darwin
  • Wolfson
  • Clare Hall
  • Robinson
  • Lucy Cavendish
  • St Edmund’s
  • Hughes Hall
  • Homerton

Notable Alumnis of Cambridge University include Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Lord Byron, James Maxwell, Oliver Cromwell, King George VI, Niels Bohr, Rajiv Gandhi, Stephen Hawking, Robert Oppenheimer, and many others.


Cambridge University - Panoramic View
Trinity College Cambridge

Cambridge University Senate House
Cambridge University Senate House viewed from the Great St Mary’s tower. Cmglee at English Wikipedia

Cambridge University - Fitzwilliam Museum
Photograph © Andrew Dunn, 9 September 2004. Website: Fitzwilliam Museum.


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