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  1. Newnham College is the lively and sociable women’s College at the heart of the University of Cambridge. Founded in 1871, we are the oldest College run by women, for women. At its heart, a Cambridge College is a community of learning, teaching and research.

  2. Newnham College is a women's constituent college of the University of Cambridge. The college was founded in 1871 by a group organising Lectures for Ladies, members of which included philosopher Henry Sidgwick and suffragist campaigner Millicent Garrett Fawcett. It was the second women's college to be founded at Cambridge, following ...

  3. About. Newnham is one of the 31 colleges of the University of Cambridge: a place of learning, teaching and research. Our college was established in 1871, as a women’s college at a time when women were not allowed to attend the University.

  4. Admissions. Newnham is a historic and beautiful College in the centre of Cambridge. Each year we welcome high-achieving students from many different nationalities and backgrounds. Newnham is a place to excel and it is a place where you will find support, encouragement and friendship.

  5. Newnham is next to the main arts and humanities site, with the science and engineering departments five minutes’ cycle away. Newnham is a College for women, led by women. It’s a place where you’ll see women hold the most senior roles; where you’ll have the support to live life to your full potential.

  6. Newnham College. Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 9DF, UK. Tel. +44 (0)1223 335757 newnham150@newn.cam.ac.uk

  7. History. Newnham was established in 1871 as a house in which young women could reside while attending lectures in Cambridge, long before they were allowed to become full members of the university with the granting of degrees to women in 1948. Women’s Education. Newnham College was founded in 1871 by a group of radicals. Their radical beliefs?