Yahoo Search Busca da Web

Resultado da Busca

  1. Queens' College is part of the University of Cambridge, a world-leading university for teaching and research. The following pages cover everything you need to know about admissions to Queens' College.

  2. Queens' College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. Queens' is one of the 16 "old colleges" of the university, founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou . Its buildings span the River Cam with the Mathematical Bridge and Silver Street connecting the two sides.

  3. About us. Queens' College is one of the 31 constituent Colleges of the University of Cambridge. We admit undergraduate and postgraduate students, both at the standard University age and mature students, to study the majority of subjects offered by the University. We are a lively community of students, fellows and staff.

  4. Amber. Situated directly on the River Cam with buildings on either side of its banks, Queens’ College is right in the heart of the city. We are one of the largest Colleges in Cambridge, but that doesn’t stop us from placing each individual student’s needs at the centre of everything we do.

  5. These pages contain information for all visitors to Queens' College, including prospective students, alumni and tourists. We also have a Disability Access Guide with information for anyone with access requirements. Travelling to Queens': information on approaching Queens' by car, bus or train; Site map: a plan of the College's grounds

  6. QueensCollege. Queens’ enjoys an enviable position on the river cam at the heart of Cambridge, with ornately decorated halls, spacious grounds and best of all, some of the most interesting and friendly people you can find.

  7. 13 de fev. de 2022 · John Goodall looks at the early history of Queens’ College, Cambridge, the college that helped define the tradition of academic architecture in the city. Photographs by Will Pryce for the Country Life Picture Library.