Enjoy the rare opportunity of living and dining in one of four historic Cambridge Colleges. Each is very different in character, but all offer a warm welcome. You will meet fellow students and become familiar with Cambridge in a way few are privileged to experience.
Dine in the breathtaking surroundings of Old Court, a short stroll from your room through picturesque gardens and over the river. The College dates back to the 14th century, and is ideally situated between the city centre and your lecture rooms. Read more »
Gonville and Caius College
Distinguished for having produced 14 Nobel Prize winners, this beautiful College, dating back to medieval times, is situated in the very heart of the city near to the hustle and bustle of the lively market, restaurants and cafés. A variety of attractive walks lead to the teaching site. Read more »
Set around large secluded gardens, this graceful College is just across the road from your lecture rooms, yet still within easy walking distance of the bustling city centre. Meals are served buffet-style and taken in the airy dining hall overlooking the beautiful gardens. Read more »
With its extensive and peaceful gardens backing onto the teaching site, Selwyn is very convenient for your lectures as well as offering a choice of traditional and modern rooms. The city centre is easily reached by a variety of walks past famous Cambridge landmarks. Read more »