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    jesus do, if you are doing work experience during that time, that is relevant to your course.
    or they may possibly do it for other circumstances, but you'd have to ask.
    no clue on what they'd charge you though, if its same to term time prices then just under 100 a week.. ish, obviously depending on the room etc
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    Probably all of them if you have a reasonable reason, although yo might get put in a dodgy room, since the nice ones might be used for conferences and stuff.
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    It is usually the larger colleges in Cambridge that allow you to stay over non term periods, of course you'll have to pay for that as well.
    So colleges such as Kings, Emmanuel, Trinity, Jesus, St. Johns do it.
    Although it wouldn't surprise me if Homerton, Gonville and Caius, Churchill, Girton and Fitzwilliam may also do this.
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    Clare allow you to do it for 2nd and subsequent years, though you obviously have to pay extra for it. In the first year you have to leave your rooms in the holidays as they're used for interviews (Christmas) and conferences (Easter). If you are an international student though, you should be able to put all your stuff somewhere at least, so you don't need to take it all home.
 
 
 
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