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Trinity College

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Trinity College Trinity College was founded by Henry VIII in 1546. With 700 undergraduates and 350 graduates, many from overseas, it’s one of the largest and most cosmopolitan of the Cambridge Colleges. internet connections. Meals can be taken in the dining hall but provision is made for students who wish to cook for themselves.

The main entrance to Trinity College is at the Great Gate on Trinity Street in the heart of the city. The courts and buildings beyond the Great Gate date mostly from the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries and are among the most beautiful in Cambridge. They include the famous library, designed by Sir Christopher Wren, which backs onto the River Cam. Undergraduates are able to live in College throughout the full length of their course, and all rooms have

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Courses available All courses except Education, Psychological and Behavioural Sciences, and Veterinary Medicine Student numbers 695 undergraduates c200 admitted each year 350 postgraduates Admissions Tutor Professor Adrian Poole

There’s a large student centre with common rooms and a bar, the Students’ Union organises a variety of social events, and the College has its own facilities for many sports. The working library contains more than 80,000 volumes and holds copies of essential books recommended for use on University courses. Trinity has a long tradition of academic excellence and much is expected of those admitted to the College. However, Trinity welcomes all those who have the ability and will to succeed, whatever their background. Although world renowned for its excellence in the sciences and mathematics, Trinity also has a

most impressive, if less widely publicised, record of achievement in the arts. You can learn more about Trinity by booking a place on an open day, or just by visiting the College informally to have a look round. The website contains comprehensive information and the Admissions Office is happy to deal with further enquiries.

The best thing about life at Trinity is the way it gives students from a huge range of backgrounds one common identity. Julie

Senior Tutor Professor Catherine Barnard Open days 2015 See the College website for information and booking Arts 22 June Sciences 23 June Mathematics 25 April, 2 May See also Cambridge Open Days p147 Location Map reference 27 (see p152-3) Trinity Street, Cambridge CB2 1TQ

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