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Downing College Founded in 1800, Downing is both the newest of the ‘old’ Colleges and the oldest of the ‘new’. We take academic study and research extremely seriously and strive to provide a friendly and supportive environment in which our students can flourish. with physical or sensory impairments. We provide all undergraduates with accommodation for up to four years. The College also has an up-to-date library with impressive IT facilities.
Although in close proximity to many University faculties and departments, Downing College’s tranquillity and spaciousness are striking. The beautiful Neo-Classical buildings, set in a landscape of lawns, trees and gardens, provide a calming oasis in the middle of a busy city. Accommodation is of a very high standard: all rooms are single occupancy and internet connected. Over half have en suite facilities and several are adapted for students
Music at Downing is very strong, with a flourishing Chapel choir and frequent concerts and recitals. The Howard Theatre provides a stunning venue for drama and music. The College’s sporting facilities are also exceptional, including a sports ground, a boathouse and a gym, as well as tennis and basketball/netball courts. The large, tree-lined Paddock is a relaxing recreational space that’s available for all to enjoy. Downing provides a friendly and sociable academic community for students studying all subjects offered at Cambridge. We welcome
Senior Tutor Dr Guy Williams
UCAS campus code D
Open days 2015 See the College website for information and booking All subjects 25 April, 7 September, 14 September English and Modern and Medieval Languages TBC Mathematics 25 April
Courses available All courses Student numbers 425 undergraduates c128 admitted each year 258 postgraduates Admissions Tutors Dr Marta Correia Dr Marcus Tomalin
talented and committed applicants irrespective of school type, gender, ethnicity, sexuality or religion. We seek applications from all who have the academic capability and potential to make the most of the opportunities that Cambridge has to offer. Visit us on one of our open days to tour the College and to meet students and Fellows.
Wide open spaces, beautiful buildings, great accommodation, fantastic facilities, a lively and friendly student body, and a world class education. What more could you ask for? Dan
See also Cambridge Open Days p147 Location Map reference 5 (see p152-3) Regent Street, Cambridge CB2 1DQ
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