The college was founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou, and again by Elizabeth Woodville in 1465; the plurality of its foundresses accounts for the position of the apostrophe in its name.

It is certainly not a rich college, and never really has been, as a consequence of which it is a good example of the medieval college architecture that the others swiftly knocked down when gothic and rennaissance styles came into fashion.

Queens' is home to the Mathematical Bridge, and supposedly the world's only moondial. Also, there is the Fitzpatrick Hall, one of the main reasons why the above write up is true: it is a multipurpose entertainment hall where plays are staged, films are shown, badminton is played and bops are thrown up in.

Erasmus, Stephen Fry and Michael Foale all studied here, although the list of alumnae stops shortly after that. No Nobel Prize winners or anything.

Founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou and then refounded in 1465 by Elizabeth Woodville. Named Queens’ due to its royal patronage, continued to this in Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother.

The master of the college is The Rt Hon the Lord Eatwell.

The senior tutor of the college is Dr M Milgate

The admissions tutor is Mr Stuart N Bridge.

The college offers the regular selection of courses available at Cambridge.

Website – http://www.queens.cam.ac.uk

See Cambridge University for a list of all courses offered by the university.

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