Gonville & Caius is a College in the University of Cambridge. First founded in 1348 as Gonville Hall and re–founded under its present name in 1557, the College is now home to some 530 undergraduates, 280 graduates and 110 senior academic members. Based around three beautiful courts in the very centre of Cambridge, the College is known for its excellence in teaching and research.

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    On the evening of the 17th and 18th April Gonville and Caius College library will be...

  • North Yorkshire Access Trip

    A dedicated band of students from Brasenose College in Oxford, and Gonville and Caius College in...