Gonville and Caius College, often referred to simply as Caius (/ k iː z / KEEZ), is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England. Founded in 1348 by Edmund Gonville, it is the fourth-oldest of the University of Cambridge's 31 colleges and one of the wealthiest. In 1557, it was refounded by alumnus John Caius. The college has been attended by many students who have gone on to significant accomplishment, including fifteen
- 1348, refounded 1557
- £227.5m (2019)
Das Gonville and Caius College ist das viertälteste College der englischen Universität Cambridge. Es ist auch bekannt unter dem Namen Caius (gesprochen Keys ). Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Geschichte 2 Zahlen zu den Studierenden 3 Berühmte Mitglieder und Alumni 4 Weblinks 5 Einzelnachweise Geschichte [ Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten]
- 1348: Gonville Hall, 1557: Gonville & Caius
- Pippa Rogerson (seit 2017)
- University of Cambridge
Gonville and Caius College is one of the colleges of the University of Cambridge, England. It is often called Caius (said keys) by the students. It was created in 1348 by Edmund Gonville who gave money to build it. In 1557 John Caius, a doctor, left some more money after studying at the college. The modern name comes from these two people. It now has about 700 students.
Gonville & Caius – we’re usually known simply as ‘Keys’ – is home to nearly 1,000 undergraduates, graduates and academics. Our students benefit from academic challenge, a supportive tutorial and pastoral system and excellent social, co-curricular and sports facilities. Our Fellows represent the best academics in their subjects.
Die University of Cambridge hat derzeit 31 Colleges, von denen zwei (Murray Edwards und Newnham) nur Frauen akzeptieren. Das Magdalene College, das letzte College ausschließlich für Männer, öffnete 1988 seine Türen für weibliche Studierende. Obwohl einige Colleges auf einem bestimmten Gebiet berühmt sind, wie beispielsweise das Churchill College in
The following is a list of notable people educated at Gonville and Caius College at the University of Cambridge, including alumni of Gonville Hall, as the college was known from 1348 to 1351, and notable alumni since. Gonville and Caius College alumni include politicians, civil servants, academics, athletes and business leaders, including 14 Nobel Prize winners, the second-most of any Oxbridge college after Trinity College, Cambridge. Seven of these 14 were students at the college ...