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Cambridge,likeOxford,isafascinatingtraditionaluniversitycity.TheUniversityofCambridge'sachievementsinnaturalsciencesareparticularlyoutstanding,nurturingnewtonandDarwinsuchmastersofsciencewhocreatedaneweraofscience.The88NobelPrizewinnerscamefromthisschool(theactualnumberofpeoplewhocametothisschooltoworkorteachismorethan100,buttheofficialdataoftheUniversityofCambridgeisbasedonwhetherthestudentorteacherhasaMembership/Fellowshipofthecollege),whichisallovertheworldTheyareallrareglory.PeoplecallCambridge"thecradleofnaturalscience"withadmiration.

Cambridgeisaplacenamesynthesizedbytransliterationandfreetranslation.Cambridgeispronounced"Cambridge"inEnglish.Bridgemeansbridge.Camispronouncedlike"sword"intheFujianandCantonesedialects.AlsoknownasCambridge(translationbasedonthecombinationofMandarintransliterationandfreetranslation).ThereisindeedaJianRiverhere,whichflowsinalargearc-shapedcircleinthecitytothenortheast.Manybridgeswerebuiltontheriver,sothecitywasnamedCambridge.

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Trafficconditions

Aviation

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CambridgenoAttheairport,mostpassengersarriveinLondonbyplaneandthentransfertoCambridge.TherearefourairportsinLondon(thenearestairporttoCambridgeisStanstedAirport,whichisonly30milesfromthesouthernsuburbsofCambridge).TherearebusestoandfromthebusterminalofDrummerSt.,Cambridge.Theoperatinghoursare1:55-At19:45,everyhour,thejourneytakesabout1.5hours.YoucanalsotaketheairportbustoKing'sCrossstationsorLiverpoolSt.stationsorVictoriastationsandtakeadirectexpresstrain.

Train

TherearefrequenttrainsfromCambridgetoandfromallpartsoftheUK,andtheycangodirectlytoLondon,Ipswich,Birmingham,etc.,andtraveltothenorthviaPetersburg.TheoperatinghoursoftrainsbetweenCambridgeandKing'sCrossStationinLondonarefrom6:06to20:51everyday,everyhalfanhour,thejourneytakesabout1hour,andthefareis£13.5.FromCambridgeRailwayStation,youcantakebuses1and3(Citi1,Citi3service)andgetoffatEmmanuelStreet(EmmanuelStreet).

Highway

Cambridgeislocatedabout96kilometersnorthofLondon.Thehigh-speedtransportationnetworkextendsinalldirectionsandtheroadtrafficisveryconvenient.TherearespecialbusesfromCambridgebetweenLondonKing'sCrossStationandLiverpoolStation.Itrunsapproximatelyeveryhalfanhour,andthejourneytakesabout1hourand20minutes.Ittakesabout2hoursfromVictoriaStationtoCambridge.

SeveralarterialroadsinCambridge:(M-levelhighwayisahighway,A-levelhighwayisequivalenttoourcountry’sfirst-levelnationalhighway)

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A14-goingeast-west,leadingtonortherncitiesviahighwaysM1andA1

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Cambridge’sbusterminalislocatedonDrummerSt.inthecitycentre.Manyspecialbusesgotothesuburbs.ItisrecommendedtobuyatravelticketfromtheCambridgeTouristInformationCentertotakethecitybusatwillwithinsevendays;CambridgealsohasaspecialCitySightseeingBus,whichrunsevery50minutes,Thewholejourneytakes1hour.

Taxis

TherearefourmajortaxicompaniesinCambridgethatprovidecarrentalservices.Youcancallinadvancetomakereservations.Moststarhotelscanalsorentcarsonyourbehalf.

Bicycles

YoucangetalistofrentedbicyclesattheCambridgeTouristInformationCenter(locatedatWheelerSt.),whichismarkedwithvariousmodels,pricesandrentalplaces(pleasekeepitsafe,Theownerisverypickywhencheckingandaccepting).Iftheleasetimeexceeds1month,youcanbuyanoldcaratthemarketandsellitwhenyouleave.

Dinghy

It’sauniquewaytovisitCambridgebyraftingalongtheJianRiverinasmallboat.Thelocalscallit"Punting",andyoucangotoMillPier.Rentaboatorparticipateinagrouptrip.

UniversityofCambridge

UniversityofCambridge(UniversityofCambridge)wasestablishedin1209.EstablishedbyscholarswhofledfromOxfordUniversity.KingHenryIIIgrantedCambridgeamonopolyonteachingin1231.TheUniversityofCambridgeandtheUniversityofOxfordarethetwobestuniversitiesintheUK,collectivelyknownas"Oxbridge".Itisoneofthetenuniversitiesintheworld,and81NobelPrizewinnerscamefromthisschool.TheUniversityofCambridgeisalsoamemberoftheRussellGroupofUniversities,anallianceofprestigiousuniversitiesintheUnitedKingdom,andtheCoimbraGroup,anallianceofuniversitiesinEurope.ThecurrentprincipalisAllisonRichard.

Forhundredsofyears,Cambridgehasbeenknownforitsexcellentqualityofeducation.Hereisagatheringoftalentsandshiningstars.Nottomentionthelonglistofnaturalscientists.Eveninthefieldofsocialsciences,agroupoftalentshavebeencultivated.ThephilosopherBacon(hisfamoussaying"knowledgeispower"),theeconomistKeynes,thehistorianTrevelyan,andtheliteraryscholarThackerayallonceheldCambridgeandbecamethemasters.Theschool’sMilton,Byron,Tennysonandothersareeventhecrownandprideofthepoetrycountry.Cambridgealsonurturedsevenprimeministers.IndianPrimeMinisterNehruandBritishCrownPrinceCharlesalsostudiedhere.OxfordCambridgegraduatesareinpolitics,businessandacademia.SomepeoplesaythatOxfordandCambridgeruletheUnitedKingdom,whichseemstomakesomesense.

Cambridgecollegesarescatteredthroughoutthecity,andthereisnocompletecampusintheusualsense.ButitcanbesaidthattheentirecityofCambridgeisitscampus.Becausethecitycenterisalmostsurroundedbycolleges,itseemstobethelivingareaof​​Cambridge.Look,thesecomeandgo,aren'ttheyallYunyunstudents!Mostoftheshopsonthestreetarebookstoresandstationerystores,sellingthingsthatstudentsuse.Thereisalsoaclothingstorespecializingintraditionalacademicgownsforstudents!Asforthetavern,itisalsoaplaceforstudentstotalkaboutthemountainsandcomplain.

CambridgeLegends

CambridgeUniversitystillhasmanylegends,themostfamousoneisabouttheMathematicsBridgeofQueen’sCollege.Accordingtolegend,thebridgewasbuiltbyNewton.Thewholebridgedidnotuseasinglescrew.However,acuriousstudentdismantledthebridgeandstudiedit.Thisstoryisfalse,becausethemathematicalbridgewasbuilt22yearsafterNewton'sdeath.Therealsituationisthatthebridgewasfirstconnectedwithironnails,whichislessobvious,butnowthenewlybuiltoneusesscrews.(However,thebridgedoesseemtobetakenapartbyacuriousstudentandthenreinstalled).

Cambridgescenery

TheoriginalmeaningofCambridgerefersto"thebridgeontheswordriver".TheSwordRiver(RiverCam)isalocalriveraroundthecity.Thiszig-zagriver,onbothsidesoftheriver,therearewillowsandweepingsilksandfragrantgrasses.Thebridgeandthebridgeofsighsarethemostfamous.WanderingonthebankoftheJianRiver,therearealonghistoryofcentury-oldschoolsandclassicbuildings.Tallandexquisiteschoolbuildings,solemnchurchesandredbrickhousescoveredwithgreenvinesstandamongthegreentreesandredflowersinthecity,withverdantcolors.Itisfullofantiquity.Cambridgeisworld-renownedforitsoutstandingachievementsinnaturalsciences,andlikeitsneighborOxford,itisoneofthebestuniversitycitiesintheworld.ButunlikeOxford,whichiscalled"acityinauniversity",Cambridgeisa"auniversityinacity".Althoughitisfullofstrongacademicatmosphere,itisstillaprosperousbusiness,fast-pacedandmoderncity.

LatespringisthemostbeautifulseasoninCambridge.BythesideoftheroadarerowsoflushgreentreesandKazuki'swhiteandlavendercherryblossoms.Inthesunshine,itlooksalive.Onthegrassinfrontofthecollegesandresidences,purpleandpinkroses,goose-yellowdrydaffodils,flowerpotswithbloomingflowershungonlamppostsandresidentialbalconies.It'sreallybloomingandpleasingtotheeye.

However,themostdeterrentthingisthegreencolorofthecity.Thegreengrasscoveredalmostalltheopenspacesinthissmalltownexceptthestreets.Thetallschoolbuildings,churchspires,andred-brickresidencescoveredwithgreenvinesareinthisgreenarea.OntheedgeoftheJianRiver,weepingwillowsareshaded,thejungleislush,andthebluewateroftheJianRiverissetoff.ThewholeCambridgeislikeagreenocean,lushgreen,intoxicating.

SwordRiver(RiverCam)

ThebeautifulRiverCamisasymbolofCambridge.Foralongtimeinthepast,theRiverCamwascalledbythelocalsRiverGrantaandRiverCamactuallyrefertothesameriver.TheformerrefersspecificallytothesectionfromCambridgetoGrantchester,whichistheupperreachesoftheriver.Thissectionoftheriveristwistedandhasnaturalandsimpleshorescenery;thelatterisOnthelowerreachesoftheriver,theriverisrelativelywideandthewaterflowisgentle.TheshoreisfullofthegorgeousbuildingsoftheCambridgeUniversitycampus,theCollegeBacks.Therefore,whenrentingaboatinthelocalarea,theownerwillask"GrantaorColleges?".WhenyoucometoCambridge,youmustvisitthebridge,driftingontheJianRivertoenjoythesceneryonbothsidesofthebank.Fordetails,pleasereferto"JianheZhuo".

CollegeIntroduction

St.Catharine`sCollege

byAlexandraCatherine(AlexandriaCatharine)wasfoundedin1473.Shewassentencedtodeathandwastobecrucifiedonaroundcross.However,whenherbodytouchedthecross,thewheelmiraculouslybroke.Therefore,thewheelbecameCatherine'smascot.Thisistheoriginofthegoldenwheelpatternonthegateofthecollege.WilliamWotton,analumnusofSt.Catherine'sCollege,wasbornin1666.HeknewLatin,GreekandHebrewattheageofsix.HeattendedtheUniversityofCambridgeattheageofnineandwastheyoungestundergraduateinthehistoryofCambridgeUniversity.

MagdaleneCollege(MagdaleneCollege)

Foundedin1428,itisthelastcollegeoftheUniversityofCambridgethatonlyadmitsmen.MagdalenCollegebeganenrollinggirlsin1988.Itissaidthatonthefirstdayoftheschoolsemesterwhengirlsbegantobeenrolled,allthemeninthecollegeworeblackarmbands,andthecollegewentathalf-mastthatday.ThebridgenexttoMomagdalenCollege.MagdalenCollegewasfirstbuiltinthemiddleoftheseventeenthcentury.Itwasoriginallyawoodenbridgeandwasreplacedbyastonebridgein1754.Thecurrentbridgewasbuiltin1823andrequiredregularreinforcementduetoheavytraffic.SomepeoplesaythattheplacenameCambridgecomesfromthisbridge:RiverCamplusbridgeisequaltoCambridge.

St.John'sCollege

Establishedin1511,itisthesecondlargestcollegeinCambridge.TheoriginalsiteofSt.John’sCollegewasSt.John’sHospital.TheArchbishopofElyplannedtoestablishthefirstcollegeofCambridgeUniversityhere,butitwasrejectedbythemonksandtheconstructionwasnotstarteduntilApril9,1511.WalkintoSt.John’sCollege,crossthemainentrance,passthevestibule,chapel,atrium,andthentothebanksoftheRiverCam.ThebuildingspassingbyaremainlyinthestyleoftheTudorJamesperiod.Thecornertowerbrickgatebuilding,whichwasbuiltin1514,hascolorfulpatterns.Chaptersign.Mostoftheschoolbuildingswerebuiltinthe16thand17thcenturieswithportraitsoffamousalumni.TherearetwobridgesalongtheJianRiver,oneistheKitchenBridge(Wren)builtin1712,andtheotheristhefamous"BridgeofSighs"(BridgeofSighs).

Peterhouse

TheoldestcollegeattheUniversityofCambridge,foundedin1284,isthefirstandsmallestcollegeinCambridge,withaseatThecorridorconnectsthecollegeandLittleSt.Mary'sChurch(LittleSt.Mary'sChurch),formerlyknownasSt.Peter'sChurch,hencethenameofthecollege.St.Peter’sChurchwasbuiltinthe12thcentury,andPeter’sCollegewasrebuiltandrenamedtheLittleSt.Mary’sChurchinthe14thcentury.OnthelefthandsideofthechurchisthemonumenttoGodfreyWashington.GodfreyWashingtonwasonceanacademicianofPeterCollegeandchurchpastor.HewasalsothegrandfatherofthefamousfirstpresidentoftheUnitedStates,GeorgeWashington.,CarefullyobservethecoatofarmsoftheWashingtonfamilyengravedonthemonument.ItissaidthatthestarsandstripesoftheAmericanflagcamefromthis.ThehundredsofyearsofhistoryofPeterCollegehavecultivatedmanyscholarsandcelebrities,andtherearealsomanyanecdotes.ThefamouscemeterypoetThomasGrayisverysensitivetofireandisalwaysworriedaboutfire.PeoplecanstillseethatheinstalledironbracketsoutsidethewindowsoftheroomwherehelivedinPeterCollege.Itissaidthathespeciallyaskedsomeonetoinstallittoescapethefire.Incasethehousecatchesfire,hewilltiearopetotheshelf,thendragtheropeandslidedowntoescape.Onenight,thefirealarmrangsuddenly.Saiditwastoolate,thenitwassoon,Grayhurriedlygrabbedaropeandputitonthebracketoutsidethewindow,sliddowntheropequickly,andfellintoalargebasinofwater,completelywet.Itturnedoutthattherewasnofireupstairsatall.Itwashisstudentswhomadefunofhim,filledatubofwaterinadvance,carriedittothegroundoutsidethewindowofhisroom,andsoundedthealarm.

TrinityCollege(TrinityCollege)

TrinityCollegewasfoundedbyKingHenryVIIIin1546,whetheritisacademicachievementoreconomicstrength,collegeThescaleisamongthebestamongthe31collegesoftheUniversityofCambridge.ThemostadmiredthingaboutTrinityCollegeisthatitisalsothegreatscientistNewton,thefamousphilosopherBacon,andmanyroyalaristocratsincludingPrinceCharles.ThealmamateroftheBritishPrimeMinisterandmanyNobelPrizewinners.

ThereisastatueofHenryVIIIattheentranceofthecollegegate.Whatishilariousisthatthemajestickingisholdingagoldenballsymbolizingthethronewithacrossonthetopinhislefthand,butholdingoneinhisrighthand.Chairlegs.ItissaidthatHenryVIIIoriginallyheldagoldensceptersymbolizingkingshipinhisrighthand.Notlongafterthestatuewascompleted,thepoetByron,whowasacollegestudentatthetime,climbedupquietly,pulledoutthescepter,andusedthecurrentchairleg.Replaceit.Thestrangethingisthatnoonecaresaboutitforhundredsofyears.ThepeopleofCambridgenotonlylistenedtothenature,butalsocontinuedtointroducethis"wonderful"storytonewstudentsandvisitors.Inthemiddleofthegreenlawnontherightsideofthegate,thereisalushappletree.ItissaidthatanapplefromthistreefellonNewton'shead,whichinspiredhimtodiscoverthelawofuniversalgravitation.Thecollegehasaspaciousatrium(theGreatCourt),exquisiteschoolbuildingsandancientbuildings.TheChapel(theChapel)builtin1567haslife-scalestatuesofalumnisuchasNewtonandBacon.ThecharacteristicoftheatriumisafountainbuiltintheElizabethanera.Itusedtobethemainwatersupplyofthecollege.WhenthefamousromanticpoetByronwasstudyingatTrinityCollege,helikedtoplaypranks,andoftenranintothefountainpoolinspiteoftheprohibition.Forswimming,thecollegeruledthatdogswerenotallowed,soheboughtabearandputitintheroofattictotheleftofthetowerforfeeding.TrinityCollege,adjacenttoJianheRiver,canparticipateintheJianhePoleTour,8poundsperhour,deposit30poundsperboat,butmustreturntothedeparturepointbefore17:00intheafternoon.Onlystudentsofourschoolcanrentaboattostayovernight.

Queens'College

LocatedonthesouthsideofKing’sCollege,thecollegeiscomposedofQueenMargaretofHenryVIin1448and1465Woodville,theQueenofEdwardIV,jointlyfundedtheestablishment,sothe"Queens"inthenameofthecollegereferstothesetwoqueens.TheQueen’sCollegestandsacrosstheJianRiverandisconnectedbytheworld-famous"MathematicsBridge".TheQueen’sGardenonthewestbankoftheJianRiverisfullofred,willowandgreen,andQueen’sCollegeisoneofthemostbeautifulsceneryinCambridge.OthermajorlandscapesinQueen’sCollegeincludetheTudoratriumrepresentedbythewoodencampuscloisterinthemid-16thcentury,theErasmusTowerbuiltinthe15thcentury,andtheOldHall.

WhenyouwalkintoQueen’sCollege,youcanseeanoldwoodenbridgeacrosstheJianRiver.Thisistheworld-famousmathematicalbridge,alsoknownastheNewtonBridge.Accordingtolegend,Newtonusedmathematicsandmechanicstodesignandbuildthebridgewithoutanail.Newton’sstudentsbelievethatwhatNewton’steachercando,Newton’sstudentscanalsodo.Theydemolishedthebridge,buttheycouldn'trestorethebridgetotheoriginalbuildingofTeacherNewtonwithoutnails,andfinallyhadtousenailstorebuildthewoodenbridge.

Themathematicsbridgestandsattheheadofthebridge,andtheclearwateroftheswordriverisripplingwiththecolorfulmagicalpatternsofthemathematicsbridge.Theseeminglyirregularandinadvertenttriangles,rectangles,rhombusesandothergeometricfiguresarelegendaryasNewton.Builtonthedesignpaperaftercarefulplanningandcalculations,itisnowonderthatsomepeoplesaythatthismathematicalbridgeisasymbolofCambridge’sscholarlyspirit.WhoeverisherewillbefullofyearningforthemagicalcharmofthekingdomofscienceandthekindoflifeofCambridgepeople.Ifeelmysincereadmirationandrespectformyperseveranceinpursuingthetruthandtirelessly.

King’sCollege

OneofthemostfamouscollegesintheUniversityofCambridge,King’sCollegewasestablishedin1441bythethenKingHenryTheestablishmentofKingVI,hencethename"King"College.Inordertoshowtheking’srichfinancialresources,thecollegepursuedmagnificentbuildingswhenitwasestablished.Themostfamousofitsbuildingsisthecollege’schapel.ItstoweringspiresandmagnificentGothicarchitecturalstylehavebecometheentireCambridgetown.Logoandglory.

ThemainentranceofKing’sCollegeisthemajestic19th-centuryGothicgatetower.Onthegreenareaof​​thecollege’satriumstandsthebronzestatueofHenryVIcreatedin1879.Themagnificentcornerofthecollegeiscalled"KeynesPoint".Keynes,analumnusofKing'sCollege,awell-knowneconomist,King'sCollegehasalsoemergedincludingpoliticaltheoristNeonardWoolf,philosopherandcriticLuWeisDickinson,painterDuncanGrant,andwriterE·M·FuMasterssuchasStewart.Likeothercolleges,King'sCollegeisonlypartiallyopentothepublic.Touristsarenotallowedtoentertheschoolbuildingatwilltoavoidaffectingstudents'workandrest.Thecollegeisalsonotopentothepublicduringexaminations.TheKing'sCollegeChapelinthecollegeisatypicalrepresentativeofancientCambridgearchitecture.ItwasdesignedbyHenryVIhimselfandtooknearly100yearstocompletein1547.Thefan-shapedvaultedceilingofthechapelissupportedby22buttresses,builtbythefamouscraftsmanVastelin1515;thecrownonthewestgateandtheheraldicdetailsoftheTudorrosereflectthedreamofBritishhegemonyofHenryVIII;the16thcenturyonthewallThestainedglasswindowsareallbasedonbiblicalstories.ThescreeninthechapelisanexcellentexampleofTudorcarpentry,separatingthefronthallandthechoir.Thehuge17thcenturyorganboxabovethescreenisdecoratedwithtwoangelsholdingtrumpets.Thereisalsoadecorativepaintingbehindthealtar,"TheAdorationoftheMagi"(TheAdorationoftheMagi)paintedbyRubensin1634fortheBelgianConventoftheWhiteSisters.TheChoirofKing'sCollegewasestablishedatthesametimethatHenryVIbuiltthechapel.NowthemassconcertsheldeveryChristmaswillbebroadcasttothewholeoftheUnitedKingdombytheBBC.Itisoneoftheworld-renownedChristmasconcerts.

"Thereisauniversityinthecity"

Inthepast,countlessresearchersandstudentscamehereadmiringly.Oxfordiscalled"acityinauniversity",andCambridgeisa"auniversityinacity".JustlikeotherBritishcities,Cambridge'sbusinessisalsoprosperous,butitstilldoesnotlosethetypicalruralsceneryofEngland.Thenumeroustheaters,artgalleriesandotherfacilitiesthatseemtobedisproportionatetothescaleofthecitymakethisuniversitycityexudeastrongliteraryatmosphere.InCambridge,youcanfullyappreciatethetraditionandhistoryofthisschoolforhundredsofyears.Youcanalsocommunicatewithyoungstudents.Ifyouhavetime,youcangoaroundthemarketandfeelthepulseofthiswonderfulcity.

CambridgeCelebrities

  • RupertBrook(King’sCollege)

  • Byron(TrinityCollege)

  • Erasmus(QueensCollege)

  • HenryCavendish(PeterCollege)

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  • GrahamChapman(EmanuelCollege)

  • SirEdwardKirk(TrinityCollege)

  • SamuelCoolidge(JesusCollege)

  • ThomasCranmer(JesusCollege)

  • OliverCromwell(SidneySussexCollege)

  • CharlesDarwin(ChristianCollege)

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  • JohnDyden(TrinityCollege)

  • EdwardMorganFoster(King’sCollege)

  • MikeFryan(EmanuelCollege)

  • GeorgeVI(TrinityCollege)

  • JaneGoodall(DarwinCollege)

  • ThomasGray(PeterCollege)

  • JohnHarvard(EmanuelCollege)

  • FredHoyle(EmanuelCollege)

  • JohnMaynardKeynes(King’sCollege)

  • C·S·Lewis(MagdalenCollege)

  • MargaretII(GertonCollege)

  • ChristopherMarlowe(CommunityCollege)

  • ThomasMalthus(JesusCollege)

  • JohnMilton(ChristianCollege)

  • AidiMeier·Nabukov(TrinityCollege)

  • IsaacNewton(TrinityCollege)

  • SamuelPepys(MagdalenCollege)

  • SylviaPlath(NewnhamCollege)

  • NicholasRidley(King’sCollege)

  • SalmanRushdie(King’sCollege)

  • BrantRussell(TrinityCollege)

  • ErnestRutherford(TrinityCollege)

  • AlfredTennyson(TrinityCollege)

  • EmmaThompson(NewnhamCollege)

  • AlanTuring(King’sCollege)

  • JohnWallis(EmanuelCollege)

  • FrancisHuaxinghan(King’sCollege)

  • JamesWatson(CarlisleCollege)

  • AndrewWells(CarlisleCollege)

  • Wittgenstein(3OneCollege)

  • WilliamWadsworth(St.John’sCollege)

  • XuZhimo(King’sCollege)

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  • WengMeiling(AngliaRuskinUniversity)

RelatedPoems

XuZhimo:FarewelltoCambridge

CollegeList

  • Christ'sCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1505)

  • ChurchillCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1960)

  • ClareCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1326)

  • ClareHall,Cambridge(establishedin1965)

  • CorpusChristiCollege,Cambridge(CorpusChristiCollege,Cambridge,Establishedin1352)

  • DarwinCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1964)

  • DowningCollege,CambridgeUniversity(DowningCollege,Cambridge,establishedin1800)

  • EmmanuelCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1584)

  • FitzwilliamCollege,Cambridge(foundedin1966)

  • GirtonCollege,Cambridge(foundedin1869)

  • GonvilleandCaiusCollege,Cambridge,establishedin1348)

  • HomertonCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1976)

  • HughesHall,Cambridge(establishedin1885)

  • JesusCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1497)

  • King'sCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1441)

  • LucyCavendishCollege(LucyCavendish)College,Cambridge,establishedin1965)

  • MagdaleneCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1428)

  • MurrayEdwardsCollege(Cambridge,establishedin1954)

  • NewHall,Cambridge(establishedin1954)

  • NewnhamCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1871)

  • PembrokeUniversityofCambridgeCollege(PembrokeCollege,Cambridge,establishedin1347)

  • Peterhouse,Cambridge(establishedin1284)

  • Queens'College,Cambridge(establishedin1448)

  • RobinsonCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1979)

  • StCatharine'sCollege,Cambridge(Establishedin1473)

  • StEdmund'sCollege,CambridgeUniversity,Cambridge,establishedin1896)

  • StJohn'sCollege,Cambridge,establishedin1511)

  • SelwynCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1882)

  • SidneySussexCollege,Cambridge(establishedin1596)

  • TrinityCollege(Cambridge,establishedin1546))

  • TrinityHall,Cambridge,establishedin1350

  • WolfsonCollege,CambridgeUniversity(WolfsonCollege,Cambridge,establishedin1965)

Societyorganizations

OrganizationsrelatedtotheUniversityofCambridgeinclude:

  • TheCambridgeUniversityStudentsUnion(CUSU)

  • TheCambridgeUnionSociety(TheCambridgeUnionSociety)

  • CambridgeUniversityPress

  • CambridgeUniversityLibrary

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