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500 years of academic excellence. Christ's College, part of the University of Cambridge, is a diverse and inclusive academic community and has been at the cutting edge of education for more than 500 years. Distinctive amongst the Cambridge Colleges, it is small enough to be friendly and personal, yet large enough to welcome staff and students ...
Christ's is distinctive amongst the Cambridge Colleges. It...
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Christ's College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. The college includes the Master, the Fellows of the College, and about 450 undergraduate and 250 graduate students. The college was founded by William Byngham in 1437 as God's House.
- I often remember / Remember me often
- Souvent me Souvient (Old French)
- St Andrew's Street (map)
At Christ’s College, we get boys. We are New Zealand’s only independent school for boys from Years 9 to 13. We understand what makes boys tick. We enjoy their energy, humour, ideas, and zest for life. We celebrate boys and we teach in ways they learn best.
Christ's College é uma das 31 instituições universitárias da Universidade de Cambridge no Reino Unido. Fica situada na St Andrews Street, Cambridge, CB2 3BU, Inglaterra . A instituição foi fundada em 1437 com o nome de "God's House" sobre as terras ocupadas atualmente pela King's College, recebendo a sua primeira permissão real em 1446.
Christ's College is an ideal place to live and study as an undergraduate. As Director of Admissions, I would like to welcome you to the admissions pages for Christ’s College. Choosing a college to apply to can be a difficult choice and we are delighted that you are considering us.
Christ’s College, founded by William Bingham, began life as ‘God’s House’ in 1437 as a training centre for grammar school masters. The College received its first Royal Licence in 1446 from King Henry VI shortly before the College was forced to move, to make way for what was to become King’s College .