Academic

Queens College

Queens' College is a great place to have conferences and meetings.Queens' College was founded in 1448 by Margaret of Anjou and in 1465 by Elizabeth Woodville, Queens of Henry VI and Edward IV respectively. The buildings in Old and Cloister Court have little changed since that time but others have been added though the centuries. Here is a pleasant place to live, study and to hold your conference or function. The College welcomes residential and non-residential conferences, meetings, lunches and dinners.

Pembroke College

Pembroke College is a great place to have conferences and meetings.Pembroke is a City Centre located College, founded in 1347. Traditional College gardens, matured over centuries, contrast with the Japanese garden of Foundress Court, completed in 1997. In these surroundings, ancient and modern complement each other, making for a relaxed and enriching experience.Residential accommodation is available on the College site, consisting of 220 single bedrooms, all with hand basins. There are bathrooms/shower facilities at a ratio of 4 to 5 bedrooms to each bathroom.

Henley Business School

Henley
Management College is a great place to have conferences and meetings.
The College was established in 1945 and offers executive, corporate and
qualification programmes on a residential and non-residential basis.
Our splendid facilities are also available to organisations as a venue
for conferences, seminars, meetings, training sessions or private
functions. Our riverside location provides a memorable setting for any
event."

Churchill College

Churchill
College, the National Memorial to Sir Winston Churchill, has
established itself over the past 40 years as a premier academic
location for conferences.In
choosing Churchill as the location for your conference, you will
benefit from a unique combination - the practical appeal of a modern
College with purpose-built facilities, situated in open parkland;
combined with the heritage, tradition and excellence one naturally
associates with the University of Cambridge.The

Homerton Conference Centre

Homerton Conference Centre is located within the beautiful
grounds of Homerton College on the outskirts of Cambridge.  A 20 minute walk into the historic city
centre, 10 minutes from the central railway station and a 10 minute drive from
the M11 the conference centre is easily accessible from all areas of the UK,
avoiding the inconvenience of getting into the centre of Cambridge.  The venue also boasts free, secure on-site
parking.Unlike many of the College venues in Cambridge Homerton can

West Park Centre- Dundee University

At
West Park Centre 300 people can meet, eat, sleep and socialise on a
leafy and peaceful site voted by the tourism industry as the top place
in Scotland for barrier-free meetings.The
Centre auditorium, with its stage and foyer, accommodates 300 in chairs
with armrests and padded cloth seats. The seats and tables offer total
flexibility of layout.Our
on-site accommodation includes the Villas, offering 160 en-suite double
or single rooms with TV direct dial telephone, and personal room safe.

University of Manchester

The University of Manchester is a great place to have conferences and meetings.In
2002, the University was the very successful host to the XVII
Commonwealth Gaines Athletes Village, this was due to the number and
variety of our facilities and our ability to work with organisers of
large events. Our
conference facilities range from boardrooms to large lecture theatres,

Manchester Metropolitan University

Manchester
Metropolitan University offers conference facilities suitable for all
requirements from small meetings to international conferences. We have
a wide range of conference facilities available from meeting rooms,
computer laboratories to large function rooms and lecture theatres for
up to 280 people.With
seven sites from Manchester city centre to rural Cheshire, Manchester
Metropolitan University can provide the location to suit your
conference needs. Catering is available for all occasions from formal