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  1. Welcome to Clare College, the University of Cambridge's second oldest college. Founded in 1326, Clare College is home to seventeenth century architecture, stunning gardens, and a riverside location in the heart of the city.

    • About

      About Clare College. Home. In 1326, Clare was the first...

    • Study at Clare

      Undegraduate Admissions: admissions@clare.cam.ac.uk....

    • Gardens

      Welcome to Clare College Gardens Set in the heart of the...

    • Chapel & Choir

      According to instructions left by our Foundress, the Lady...

    • Alumni

      We are always glad to hear from alumni, so if you have any...

    • Visit Clare

      Visitors to the College who require parking should contact...

    • Choral Services

      Choral Evensong services take place three times a week...

    • Chapel Life

      Clare students are invited to relax in the Fellows' Garden...

  2. Clare College is a constituent college of the University of Cambridge in Cambridge, England. The college was founded in 1326 as University Hall, making it the second-oldest surviving college of the University after Peterhouse .

  3. Il Clare College è un college dell'Università di Cambridge, il secondo più antico tra quelli attuali dopo il Peterhouse. Il Clare è celebre per il coro della cappella e per i suoi giardini, che formano parte dell'area nota come i Backs. Il Master attuale è Lord Anthony Grabiner.

  4. About Clare College. Home. In 1326, Clare was the first Oxford or Cambridge foundation to bring together a Master, Fellows, and Scholars in a single community. Today we are a diverse College community brought together by a common interest in learning, teaching, and research with around 100 Fellows, 300 postgraduate students, and 500 ...

  5. www.undergraduate.study.cam.ac.uk › colleges › clare-collegeClare College | Undergraduate Study

    Founded in 1326, Clare is the second oldest College in Cambridge, home to a thriving community of students and teaching Fellows from all over the world. Clare was founded on inclusivity, and was amongst the first Cambridge Colleges to become co-educational in 1972.

  6. Clare College is the second oldest of Cambridge’s thirty-one colleges. It was founded in 1326 and endowed a few years later by Lady Elizabeth de Clare, a granddaughter of King Edward I (1272-1307).

  7. Clare College. Clare is a thriving community that is home to students from all backgrounds and from all over the world. Diverse and inclusive, the College is recognised for providing a friendly, supportive environment for bright, engaged students and their interests.