Trinity Hall, University of Cambridge,
The fifth oldest College in the University of Cambridge, Trinity Hall was founded in 1350, originally for the study of canon and civil law. Today, the College consists of around 650 students, both undergraduates and graduates across a range of subject, 60 Fellows, 130 staff and 8,000 alumni worldwide.
The WYNG Foundation established the WYNG Trust (Trinity Hall) to help keep the College dynamic and competitive. The Trust enables fellowships to be created for research and teaching, as well as academic exchange programmes between the College and Hong Kong. Its secondary school outreach programmes also encourages local applications to Trinity Hall and the University of Cambridge. In November 2016, the WYNG Foundation’s WYNG Gardens student accommodation block opened at Trinity Hall.