Peterhouse is the oldest college in Cambridge University: it was founded in 1284 by Hugo de Balsham, Bishop of Ely.

Peterhouse has approximately 250 undergraduates, 90 graduate students, and 45 fellows, making it the smallest College in the University.

On a more personal note, it's also the best.

Founded in 1284 by Hugh Balsham, Bishop of Ely.

The master of the college is Sir John Meurig.

The senior tutor of the college is Dr P Pattenden

The admissions tutor is Dr B P Simms for arts and Dr R J Skaer and Dr R G S Plumb for sciences.

The college offers the regular selection of courses available at Cambridge except Veterinary Medicine and Geography

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

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