Cambridge University - Christ College Accommodation
Casita offers off-campus Cambridge University - Christ College student accommodation in Cambridge near with a wide range of room types with a variety of prices to suit all needs and budgets. The off-campus accommodation offered is usually a couple of minutes’ walk from the College or just a short ride away. Almost all of the accommodation options offer facilities such as Wi-Fi, laundry services, and inclusive bills.
Why Study at Cambridge University - Christ College
Christ's College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge. It was founded by William Byngham in 1437 as God's House for training grammar schoolmasters. Shortly after receiving its Royal Licence from Henry VI in 1446, it was forced to move from its original site as this was needed for the King's new project (what was to become King's College). Christ College moved to its present site in 1448 and in the same year received a second Royal Licence. The college includes the Master, the Fellows of the College, and about 450 undergraduate, and 170 graduate students.
Departments and Divisions
Christ College offers undergraduate and postgraduate studies. The subjects offered in undergraduate studies include Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic, Archaeology, Architecture, Asian & Middle Eastern Studies, Chemical Engineering, Classics, Computer Science, Economics, Education, Engineering, English, Geography, History, History and Modern Languages, History and Politics, History of Art, Human, Social, and Political Sciences, Land Economy, Law, Linguistics, Management Studies, Mathematics, Medicine, Modern and Medieval Languages, Music, Natural Sciences, Philosophy, Psychological and Behavioural Sciences, and Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion. Postgraduate studies are offered by Christ College on a full-time or part-time basis. The College is keen to admit research students taking PhD or a Master’s course that leads to a PhD.
Christ College has a wide range of facilities including the First Court which is the oldest part of the College. There’s also Porters' Lodge which is managed 24/7 by some of the friendliest porters in Cambridge who are on hand at all times to make sure members of the College are safe and that everything is running smoothly. Additionally, there’s the Buttery/Bar which is a cafe in the morning serving sandwiches and snacks and a bar at night selling all kinds of drinks. The College Libraries include The Working Library, The Law Library, and The Old Library.
There is a Chapel, a formal dining hall, the Upper Hall which is the informal alternative to the dining hall in First Court, the Fellows’ Garden which is open to students throughout the year and is especially popular in the summer, an outdoor swimming pool, the Charles Darwin Sculpture Garden, JCR/MCR rooms which are common rooms for undergraduates and postgraduate students, Music Practice Room, TV Room, Function Room, Fitness Suite, Squash Court, the Yusuf Hamied Theatre available for students to use either for dramatic productions or to screen films, and the Boathouse which is located on the River Cam which is a training and socialising facility for the College Boat Club, including showers and changing facilities, coffee machine and cooking facilities, and a fully-equipped gym for rowers.
Christ College On-Campus Accommodation
Christ College student accommodation is available for undergraduates for the whole duration of the courses they were accepted for. The room types available in Christ College student accommodation include en-suite and shared. All rooms have kitchen facilities nearby.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
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Is Christ College Cambridge good?
Yes, the college is renowned for academic excellence, producing a higher than average number of students attaining either a first or upper-second-class honours degree.
What is Christ College ranked in Cambridge?
With a score of 76.41, Christ College is far ahead of the colleges that came second, Trinity (72.32) and third, St Catharine's (72.25).
Who went to Christ College Cambridge?
Notable alumni include Miles Millar, John Milton, Sir Walter Mildmay, and David Mellor.
How many international students are at Cambridge University - Christ College?
Currently, about a third of undergraduate students come from outside the UK, and the college has students from around 70 different countries.
Does Cambridge University - Christ College offer scholarships for international students?
Yes, there are awards and scholarships for international students.