Don't take the mickey out of our posh accent, or say "rahhh darling" or "Gap Yaaaa" We get it, hahahahaha don't we sound funny, ENOUGH.8.Understand that very prestigious people studied in Oxford which translates to us being amazing.The history and influence of the University of Cambridge has made it one of the most prestigious universities in the world.Cambridge is formed from a variety of institutions which include 31 constituent colleges and over 100 academic departments organised into six schools. We know these parts like the back of our hands so if we end up doing 90mph around winding bends and foliage strewn roads, have no fear.Just beware of cobbles, tourists, buses, deer, wildlife, other people, and your baguette falling out of your wicker basket.7.
Prepare to get annoyed that the last bus from Oxford is barely 1am.
They are self-governed charities in their own right, with their own endowments and possessions.
Until the mid-19th century, both Cambridge and Oxford comprised a group of colleges with a small central university administration, rather than universities in the common sense. No colleges were founded between 1596 (Sidney Sussex College) and 1800 (Downing College), which allows the colleges to be distinguished into two groups according to foundation date: Homerton, which was first founded in the eighteenth century as a dissenting academy (and later teacher training college), attained full college status in 2010.
If you get offered a Moo Moo, we're not offering you drugs.
We're basically the Lewis Hamilton of the Cotsworlds.5.