A year ago, the university’s new name was “Cambridge University”.
But today, the name is “The University of Cambridge”.
It’s a clear reference to the university of Cambridge, a town in south-east England.
The university’s motto, “A Commonwealth that leads,” is an iconic quote from Winston Churchill, who led Britain to victory in World War I. In the years since, the University of London has been renamed “University of London” and its reputation has grown worldwide.
Here are the top 5 reasons why: 1.
The University of Manchester (UofM) has more than 1,000 graduates 2.
The UK is home to some of the world’s most famous artists and thinkers 3.
The city of Cambridge has been named after the British philosopher John Locke 4.
The British Library was founded by Charles Dickens 5.
The London Underground’s longest line of tunnels was named after Charles Dickens