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Study at Caius

Gonville & Caius (usually shortened to Caius - pronounced 'keys') is one of 31 colleges which make up the University of Cambridge. With about 160 undergraduates and 80 graduates admitted each year, we’re one of the largest colleges in Cambridge - which means that, whatever your subject, you can study it here and you're likely to be taught for much of your course by experts from within Caius. We have over 100 senior academic staff with teaching and research responsibilities so we're able to give each of our students a lot of personal attention.

Caius is home to students from every educational and social background, from all over the UK and from around the world. Our students come to us to study with some of the world’s leading academics, and also to take advantage of a huge range of social, cultural and sporting activities. Our large student body means you're very likely to find friends within college and within your subject who share your interests, but with our central location you're also ideally placed to get involved in University-wide sports, drama, music, politics and other activities if you choose. Caians leave having discovered more about themselves and the subjects they study, and having made friendships that will last a lifetime.

Explore our site to find out more about studying and living at Caius. Please do come and visit us - prospective applicants are always welcome, even when the College is closed to visitors. If you have any inquiries at all, just get in touch with our admissions team on admissions@cai.cam.ac.uk, or call 01223 332413.