The Prince of Wales was in Cambridge today - meeting schoolchildren, and students from more than 70 different nations.
The Prince, who graduated from Trinity College in 1970, is patron of two trusts which help scholars from all over the world take up places at Cambridge University.
This year, more than 1,000 are benefiting, including the first indigenous Australian to study at Cambridge
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