College listing Undergraduate Study.
At Cambridge, as well as being a member of the University, you're' also a member of a College. The 29 undergraduate Colleges provide accommodation for most students for at least three years. Corpus Christi College. Gonville Caius College. Murray Edwards College.
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College A-Z University of Cambridge.
All are represented in the Undergraduate Admissions and the Prospective Graduate Students web pages. Information about Research Fellowships is available from the annual Awards Special Edition of the Reporter and may also be available from individual colleges. The Open Days Calendar covers all open days in Colleges and departments and also specialist open days.
The legal status of these colleges also varies widely, with University of London colleges being independent corporations and recognised bodies, Oxbridge colleges, colleges of the University of the Highlands and Islands UHI and some Durham colleges being independent corporations and listed bodies, most Durham colleges being owned by the university but still listed bodies, and those of other collegiate universities not having formal recognition.