Lucy Cavendish College
Lucy Cavendish College is the latest, and possibly the last, women's college to be founded in the UK. Established in 1965, it has grown into a fully self-governing College within the University, with currently around 360 undergraduate and graduate students. The college has its own unique identity, is noted for its innovative approach and its continued commitment to widening women's participation in higher education. It admits women as mature undergraduates (over 21) or as postgraduates.
The College contributes to the funding of international students by granting Trust scholars a partial remission of their fees.
Note for students
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