Cambridge, located in the county of Cambridgeshire in the eastern region of England, is celebrated for its deep-rooted history, distinctive architecture, and esteemed educational establishments. With a total of 31 historic colleges, it has played a pivotal role in nurturing renowned scientists, including Isaac Newton, Alan Turing, Rosalind Franklin, and Stephen Hawking. Additionally, the city provides distinctive experiences such as the ‘Punting Tour’ and scenic boat trips along the River Cam.

For those who wish to experience the ambiance of Cambridge through movies, ‘The Theory of Everything’ is a notable film to watch. Starring Eddie Redmayne, it narrates the story of Stephen Hawking, providing a cinematic glimpse into the atmosphere of Cambridge. 

Weather in Cambridge 

Winter (December – February): 7°C – 8°C 

Spring (March – May): 10°C – 17°C 

Summer (June – August): 20°C – 23°C 

Autumn (September – November): 10°C – 19°C 

Why Study in Cambridge 

  • Cambridge, with its extensive history, stands as an educational city and is home to the UK’s second oldest university, the University of Cambridge, along with prestigious institutions like Anglia Ruskin University. 
  • Cambridge is surrounded by green spaces, bordered by the River Cam, and adorned with historic architecture from the Tudor, Victorian, and Medieval eras. It is a splendid destination for spending time outdoors and relishing the natural beauty. 
  • In addition to its aesthetic charm, the city boasts a fascinating history of science, innovation, art, and literature, showcased in numerous museums. Furthermore, there are research institutes that provide students with opportunities for unrestricted exploration and in-depth study. 
  • Cambridge isn’t just steeped in history; it also offers modern amenities with a shopping center, nightlife attractions, and complete facilities. Additionally, it boasts convenient transportation, with train journeys to London and Northampton taking only 1 hour.  

Universities in Cambridge 

  • Anglia Ruskin University 
  • University of Cambridge 

English Language Schools in Cambridge 

  • Bell English 
  • EC English 
  • Kaplan International Languages 
  • Stafford House International 

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Attractions in Cambridge

Cambridge University Botanic Garden

A 40-acre botanical garden with over 8,000 species of plants from around the world. There are both greenhouses and nature trails. There is also free admission for students from the University of Cambridge.

Corpus Clock

The Corpus Clock, also known as the Grasshopper Clock, is a large timepiece situated outside the Taylor Library at Corpus Christi College, at the intersection of Bene't Street and Trumpington Street. This clock earned recognition as one of Time's best inventions of 2008.

Fitzwilliam Museum

The most famous museum in Cambridge It is a museum that brings together over 500,000 works of art, paintings, antiques and pottery from all over the world in one place.

Great St. Mary's Church

Great St. Mary's Church is one of the churches and chapels within the university that can now be utilized as spaces for studying history. Visitors can also enjoy a panoramic view of Cambridge in 360 degrees, thanks to its beautiful interior architecture, complemented by a small gallery.

King's College Chapel

The historic Gothic chapel, built by King Henry VI of England in 1441, is the oldest collegiate chapel remaining from World War II.

The Round Church

The Round Church, officially known as the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, is one of the four remaining round Norman churches in England. Constructed in 1131, a sacristy was later added to the rear in the 15th century.

Bridge of Sighs

The Bridge of Sighs, constructed in 1831, is an iconic stone bridge spanning the River Cam. It connects the Third Court of St John's College, Cambridge, with New Court and is named after the Bridge of Sighs in Venice.


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