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  1. Il Gonville and Caius College, solitamente chiamato solo Caius (pronuncia: ˈkiːz ), è uno dei college dell' Università di Cambridge, una delle principali istituzioni accademiche mondiali. Il college è stato frequentato da molti studenti illustri, compresi alcuni Premi Nobel. Si distingue in quasi tutte le discipline accademiche, in ...

  2. The railway station is located one kilometre south of the city centre. From there you will need to take either a taxi or a bus to Caius. Buses run roughly every ten minutes and you should ask for a ticket to the city centre. This will drop you in St Andrews Street or the nearby main bus station at Drummer Street, both about 5 minutes walk from ...

  3. Please e-mail library@cai.cam.ac.uk . Gonville & Caius has a magnificent Library which serves both the needs of the College community and the research interests of scholars from all over the world. Since 1996 it has been housed in the 19th-century Grade 1 listed Cockerell Building, originally the University Library.

  4. Gonville and Caius College (souvent simplement désigné en Angleterre par « Caius » ; pron. [ˈkiːz]) est un des 31 collèges de l’ université de Cambridge au Royaume-Uni, fondé en 1348 par Edmund Gonville et à nouveau en 1557 par John Caius . Gonville and Caius est chronologiquement le quatrième collège de l’université de ...

  5. www.cai.cam.ac.uk › living-here › chapelChapel | Gonville & Caius

    It is always open during the daytime and evening. There are usually ten services a week in term time, three of which are enriched by our renowned College Choir. The current music list is available here. The College Dean, the Revd Dr Cally Hammond, normally officiates at services but the College welcomes several visiting preachers per term.

  6. Music at Caius. Caius admits about five students to read Music each year, making it one of the largest colleges in this respect in the University. It has two permanent Fellows in Music, the distinguished composer Professor Robin Holloway, and Matthew Martin, the Precentor (Director of the College Choir) and Director of Studies in Music.

  7. Edmund Gonville and John Caius were the two founders of Gonville & Caius, and the College owes its character to the far-sightedness and individual contributions of both. Gonville, Rector of Terrington St Clement in Norfolk, first founded the College as Gonville Hall in 1348, dedicating it to the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary.