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  1. Apply to Caius. Prospectus. Gonville & Caius – we’re usually known simply as ‘Keys’ – is home to nearly 1,000 undergraduates, postgraduates and academics. Our students benefit from academic challenge, a supportive tutorial and pastoral system and excellent social, co-curricular and sports facilities.

  2. Gonville and Caius College, from King's Parade, c. 1870. The college was founded in 1348 as Gonville Hall by Edmund Gonville, a clergyman who hailed from a gentry family of French origin. Gonville held various positions in the English Church, serving as Rector of three parishes, Thelnetham (1320–26), Rushford, Norfolk (1326–1342), and ...

  3. Cambridge - Reino Unido. [ edite no Wikidata] Gonville and Caius College é uma faculdade constituinte da Universidade de Cambridge em Cambridge, Inglaterra. É referenciado frequentemente apenas como "Caius" / ˈkiːz / (pronunciado "keys"). [ 1]

  4. Apply to Caius. Undergraduates. How to apply; Why Caius? Subjects; Teaching; Accessibility and disability; What will I pay? Financial help; Overseas scholarships; Interactive Guide; Application guidance; Postgraduates. How to apply; Postgraduate life at Caius; Postgraduate costs; Open Days; Foundation Year; Living here. Current students. The ...

  5. Caius is the fourth oldest College in the University of Cambridge. The College was first founded as Gonville Hall by Edmund Gonville, Rector of Terrington St Clement in Norfolk, in 1348, and refounded in 1557 by John Caius as Gonville and Caius College.

  6. Based in the very centre of Cambridge, Gonville & Caius (though we’re usually known simply as ‘Keys’) is a large, welcoming College whose many strengths include superior accommodation, lots of teaching Fellows, excellent pastoral support and extensive opportunities to participate outside your studies. Accommodation Accommodation at Caius ...

  7. The YouTube channel of Gonville & Caius College, Cambridge. Watch our films to learn more about the College and what it's like to study here. You can also find a speech by Professor Stephen...