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Universitas Cantabrigiensis

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University of Cambridge
Universitas Cantabrigiensis

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Vulgo: University of Cambridge

Sententia Hinc lucem et pocula sacra
Condita c. 1209
Dos £4.1 billion (2006, incl. colleges)[1]
Cancellarius David Sainsbury
Procancellarius Leszek Borysiewicz
Operarii 8,614[2]
Discipuli 18,396[3]
Graduandi 12,018[3]
Graduati 6,378[3]
Locus Cantabrigia, Anglia
Colores       Caeruleus Cantabrigiensis[4]
Affiliationes Russell Group
Coimbra Group
European University Association
LERU
International Alliance of Research Universities
Situs interretialis http://www.cam.ac.uk

Universitas Cantabrigiensis (Anglice University of Cambridge), rite Cancellarius, Magistri, et Scholastici Universitatis Cantabrigiensis,[5] est collegialis universitas publica investigationi dicata, Cantabrigiae in Britanniarum Regno sita. Quae universitas, anno 1209 condita, chartamque regalem ab Henrico III rege Anglico anno 1231 concessam tenens, est secunda a veterrima universitas in mundo angloquente et quarta a veterrima in orbe terrarum exstante.[6] Universitas e societate eruditorum qui Universitatem Oxoniensem reliquerunt post altercationem cum urbanis.[7] Hae binae institutiones, universitates antiquae vulgo appellatae, multas proprietates inter se communicant, unde saepe Oxbrigia (Anglice 'Oxbridge') coniunctim dicuntur. Historiae gratiaeque causa, Universitas Cantabrigiensis est una ex observatissimis orbis terrarum universitatibus.[8]

Bibliotheca universitatis ante annum 1415 constita est.

Despectus in Collegium Regale et urbem circumdantem.

Index collegiorum[9][recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus interni

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. "Press Release - Investments and Endowments Nov 2006". University of Cambridge 
  2. "Facts and Figures January 2008". University of Cambridge 
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 "Table 0b - All students FTE by institution and level of study 2004/05" (Microsoft Excel spreadsheet). Higher Education Statistics Agency 
  4. "Identity Guidelines - Colour". University of Cambridge Office of External Affairs and Communications 
  5. Anglice "The Chancellor, Masters, and Scholars of the University of Cambridge."
  6. Peter Sager (2005), Oxford and Cambridge: An Uncommon History.
  7. A Brief History: Early records (Cantabrigiae: University of Cambridge).
  8. "World’s most prestigious universities 2016," Times Higher Education, 4 Maii 2016.
  9. Fons nominum breviorum; etiam hic
  10. 10.0 10.1 liber apud books.google.fr
  11. Sive Collegium Gonwelli et Caii [1]
  12. Sive Collegium Regium liber apud books.google.fr
  13. Sive Collegium Regineum liber apud books.google.fr

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Reporter 11/07/07: apud www.admin.cam.ac.uk Congregation of the Regent House on 25 June 2007 (Anglice, Latine)