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Asian and Middle Eastern Studies

The Asian and Middle Eastern Studies Tripos covers many of the languages of Asia and the Middle East, an area that represents nearly 60% of the world’s population. Covering a vast area with long histories, cultures and a diversity of…

Archaeology

Archaeology is the study of the human past, in all its social and cultural diversity. At Cambridge it is an outstandingly broad and exciting subject, equally rewarding for those who feel at home in the sciences, the humanities, or both.…

College Publications

The College has issued a number of publications over the years. Some of these books are listed below. W. W. Greg, [Capell's Shakespeariana]: catalogue of the books presented by Edward Capell to the library of Trinity College in Cambridge (London:…

Tributes paid to Dr Roger Dawe

Tributes have been paid to Dr Roger Dawe (1934-2020), classicist and Fellow of Trinity College, who was best known for his work on the Greek text of Sophocles. Dr Dawe published an important book on the textual transmission of Aeschylus…

Law

Law is a fascinating and vital part of our lives, and we who teach and research law at Trinity are eager to share it with you. Please note that applicants for Law at Cambridge must take the LNAT by no…

Remembrance Day at Trinity

Trinity College students will plant 619 poppies on the grass in Great Court for the annual Remembrance Day service, which this year marks the end of the First World War. 619 members of College lost their lives in the conflict…

Master & Fellows

Trinity College is governed by the Master and 190 or so Fellows in a very wide range of University studies, who are responsible for maintaining it as a place of education, learning and research. The Fellowship includes Junior Research Fellows at the outset…

Black Cantabs: History Makers at Trinity

Trinity College is hosting an exhibition of Cambridge’s iconic black graduates – complete with new portraits of Ofcom CEO Sharon White and current Trinity students. ‘Black Cantabs: History Makers’ will be in Trinity’s Antechapel, 6 - 31 March 2019,  telling…

College Overview

Welcome to the website of Trinity College, University of Cambridge. Trinity was founded by Henry VIII in 1546, when he combined two existing colleges (King's Hall and Michaelhouse) and seven hostels (Catherine’s, Garratt, Gregory’s, Ovyng’s, Physwick, St Margaret's, and Tyler’s).…

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