University of Cambridge

The University was established in the year 1209 in Cambridge of England. A dispute in the year 1209 resulted in 2 scholars from Oxford being killed. 17 years later, the scholars’ number increased and they were able to start an organization. By 1231, King Henry the third gave them an enhancement while Pope Gregory the ninth gave Cambridge graduates the opportunity to teach.


The university’s motto is from this place, we gain enlightenment and precious knowledge. Alumni of note from the University include Stephen Hawking, Charles Darwin and Isaac Newton amongst others.