|Rank 3||Location England||Established 1209||International Students 25%|
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Cambridge, England is the location. In the year 1209, the university was founded. "Hinc lucem et pocula sacra" is the University's motto (From this place, we gain enlightenment and precious knowledge).
The University of Cambridge is the world's fourth-oldest surviving university and the second-oldest in the English-speaking world.
It is recognised as one of the top five institutions in the world. The Russell Group, a network of research-focused British universities; the Coimbra Group, an organisation of premier European universities; the League of European Research Universities; and the International Alliance of Research Universities are all members of the University.It is also considered to be a component of the "Golden Triangle," a geographical cluster of top research universities.
Cambridge is Europe's wealthiest university. The central university, excluding colleges, had a total income of £2.192 billion in the fiscal year ending 31 July 2019, with £592.4 million coming from research grants and contracts. The central university and colleges had a combined endowment of over £7.1 billion and overall consolidated net assets (excluding 'immaterial' historical assets) of over £12.5 billion at the conclusion of the same financial year.
Cambridge University Press & Assessment brings together the world's oldest and second-largest university press with one of the world's premier examining bodies, which annually assesses over eight million students worldwide. The university also runs a botanic garden and eight cultural and scientific museums, including the Fitzwilliam Museum. There are around 100 libraries in Cambridge, with a total of around 16 million books, nine million of which are in the Cambridge University Library, a legal deposit library.
A member of diverse associations and a part of the 'golden triangle' of English universities, Cambridge has educated several notable alumni, as well as eminent mathematicians, scientists, politicians, lawyers, philosophers, writers and actors. As of October 2020, 121 philanthropist laureates, eleven Fields Medalists, seven Turing Award winners, forty seven heads of state, and fourteen British prime ministers are related with Cambridge as students, alumni, school or staff. As of 2016, University alumni had won 194 Olympic medals.
At the start of each academic year, the International Student Team hosts an orientation event to provide information about the university as well as the opportunity to meet other international students.
At the University of Cambridge, the iCSU also represents foreign students. New international students are welcomed as soon as they arrive in the city, and social events are planned throughout the year.
Each college is responsible for its own lodging, which varies greatly. Most colleges in Cambridge own houses and flats, but they can also provide lodgings for undergraduates for all three years of study. The Accommodation Service can also assist in finding private rental housing in the town.
The official academic calendar on the Cambridge University website has indicated the following dates for the Terms of 2021-22.
The teaching term, sometimes known as the full term, at Cambridge University lasts for eight weeks. Each year, there are three terms. Michaelmas falls between October and December, Lent between January and March, and Easter between April and June.
|UNDERGRADUATE AND POSTGRADUATE TERM DATES|
|Michaelmas Term||October 5 to December 3, 2021|
|Christmas day||December 25, 2021|
|Lent Term||January 18 to March 19, 2022|
|Easter day||April 17, 2022|
|Full Easter Term||April 26 to June 17, 2022|