University of Cambridge




The University of Cambridge is an elite University located in Cambridge, England. The University was founded in 1209, before receiving a royal charter in 1231. The University is often regarded as one of the best Universities in both the United Kingdom and the world. The entry standards are among the most rigorous in the world, with the University attracting incredibly high-calibre applicants. There are approximately 20,000 students at the University, which is based across the city of Cambridge. Overall, this is a world-class institution.



UniEel 2019 Rankings: 1st/70

Complete University Guide 2019: 1st/131

The Guardian Rankings 2019: 1st/121

QS UK Rankings 2019: 2nd/76



Total Students: 20,000

Male/Female Split: 51/49

UK/EUR/INT Split: 66/13/21

Graduate Prospects: 87%

Student/Staff Ratio: 11:1

Student Satisfaction Rate: 89%



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