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University of Cambridge

About

Established in the year 1209, the University of Cambridge is a collegiate public research university located in the city of Cambridge, England. Apart from this, the University of Cambridge is the second oldest university in the English speaking world and the fourth oldest operating university in the world.

The University of Cambridge received its royal charter in the year 1231 by King Henry III and currently caters an average of 18,000 students every year. The university offers a broad range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across six faculties out of which the particularly famous ones include Law, Economics and Science.  


Some of the notable alumni of the University of Cambridge include Clement Francis Cornwall, Sarojini Naidu, Robert Walpole, Rupiah Banda, Fakhruddin Ali Ahmed, William Henry Waddington, Michael Gau, Roy MacLaren and John Lehman. 

Student accommodation University of Cambridge

Being a university town, Cambridge offers a wide variety of housing accommodation options near the University of Cambridge, ranging from luxury student accommodation option to pocket-friendly accommodation options. So students who are planning to study at the University of Cambridge need not worry about where to live in Cambridge. The town offers a  wide variety of student accommodation in Cambridge, which includes Private halls of residence, University accommodation and Private housing.


Cambridge university accommodation, also known as halls of residence are university blocks with dorms and rooms, situated inside the university campus. The Cambridge uni accommodation can be rented only by university students and is one of the reliable and secure housing options; however, the University of Cambridge student accommodation typically gets occupied at a rapid pace. 


Apart from on-campus accommodation, students can also choose from an extensive range of private student houses in Cambridge, which is not only safe, secure and convenient but is also quite budget-friendly and is moreover, inclusive of all the utility bills. The Cambridge private student accommodation includes elegant en-suites, studios, non-ensuite and shared apartments which are usually located in almost all the major areas of the city, including the areas close to Cambridge University. Some of the popular student rooms in Cambridge includes Brunswick house, study inn Cambridge,  and the railyard

Location

With a population of 123,867 people, Cambridge is a country town of Cambridgeshire located at a distance of 50 miles north from the capital city of London. The small town is mostly dominated by colleges and university buildings, which have been a piece of the city’s history for over 800 years. 


The Cambridge university occupies the central location within the city of Cambridge, while the older colleges are located close to the city centre and river Cam. Students can reach the university by train, bus or car or hop into one of the Megabus coaches which stops typically on Victoria Avenue close to Jesus College on the Maids Causeway.  Also, the nearest train station is just 20-minutes walk away from the Cambridge city centre. The city is also served by four international airports, and also there are direct train services which run from Cambridge to London regularly.

Student life

The city of Cambridge is not only filled with historical museums, buildings and parks but also with great restaurants, cafes, shops and student hotspots. 

The university offers its students with cutting edge facilities which include a well-stocked library, vibrant societies, tennis ground, cricket ground, state-of-the-art fitness suite, hockey ground, athletics track, and strength and conditioning rooms as well.


Bored with your daily university routine? All you have to do is get up and head out as there is number of entertainment options near and around the city. Just about a 10 minutes walk from the centre, you will find the Grafton shopping centre and Primark. Apart from this, you will find cafes and restaurants right round the corner where you can study, discuss work, socialise or chill out with your friends. Some of the must-visit cafes include Café Nero, the Rainbow Café, The Buttery on Sidgwick Site and Pizza Hut.


Although Cambridge is not famous for its nightlife, but you will surely find a variety of pubs and bars to choose from. Some of the popular ones include Revolution and The Eagle.

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