Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge

photo (c) John Cairns

Fitzwilliam College has welcomed bright and motivated students since its foundation in 1869. The gardens are magnificent and create a peaceful atmosphere in which the student community can thrive and develop.

With its stunning gardens and modern design, Fitzwilliam College is the perfect place for our 13-15 year old students to call home in Cambridge. Its expansive grounds are home to 450 undergraduates and 300 graduate students during term time, and in the past was home to great minds such as the economist Josef Stiglitz.

The modern college site is also centred around a beautiful Grade II regency manor house owned by the Darwin family. Our 13-15 year old students will stay in modern rooms occupied by students during term time, a great base for our students to expand their minds and explore Cambridge this summer.

A great feature of the college is its dining hall, a spacious and bright environment where you will be able to enjoy your meals looking through beautiful windows. Fitzwilliam College is located about a mile from the city centre, and its safe site is an ideal base for exploring the city.

Fitzwilliam College is only the beginning. Explore all summer courses in Cambridge, held throughout the city in its most prestigious colleges.

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