Trinity Hall (formally The College or Hall of the Holy Trinity in the University of Cambridge) is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. Founded in 1350, it is the fifth-oldest surviving college of the university, having been established by William Bateman, Bishop of Norwich, to train clergymen in canon law after the ...
- 1350; 673 years ago
Trinity Hall is one of the oldest colleges of Cambridge University, founded in 1350, and a friendly community of undergraduate and postgraduate students. Read the latest news and updates on its research, events, and achievements in various fields of study.
Trinity Hall é o quinto college (faculdade) mais antigo da Universidade de Cambridge, e foi fundado no ano 1350 pelo Bispo de Norwich, William Bateman.
Trinity Hall is a College of the University of Cambridge, founded in 1350 for the study of canon and civil law. It has around 650 students, 60 Fellows, 130 staff and 8,000 alumni, and offers a range of subjects, gardens, library, music, chapel and sports.
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Faculdade universitária histórica com a menor capela. set de 2023 • Casais. Visitamos Trinity Hall durante nossas férias em Cambridgeshire e fomos recebidos por funcionários simpáticos no Porter's Lodge na chegada. Caminhamos pelos terrenos que levam até o rio Cam e admiramos a Pequena Capela.
As one of the 31 Colleges at the University of Cambridge, Trinity Hall is an autonomous, self-governing community of scholars. The College exists to be a hub of knowledge and a centre of learning, ensuring each generation of students that calls Trinity Hall ‘home’ benefits from academic excellence and new learning experiences. To ensure ...