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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.

  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. Al Clare se le conoce como un college progresista y liberal. En 1972 se convirtió en uno de los tres colleges de Cambridge que admitieron a mujeres. El Clare ha continuado con esta tradición y ha ganado numerosos elogios por la transparencia en su proceso de admisión de estudiantes.

  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. › 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 Cambridges 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.