Is there any website explaining how to decline the adjectives with the suffix -ensis, which are often related to particular places, like town and cities? For instance, the Latin name for LSE seems to be Schola Scientarum Oeconomicorum et Politicarum Londiniensis and for the Impierial College London - Collegium Imperiale Londiniense. I presume that in the former Londiniensis agrees with the feminine Schola and in the latter, Londiniense with Collegium. However, I also found a school called Gymnasium S. Mariae Magdalenae Vratislavianum, which is quite odd as it doesn't seem to follow the same rules as the two examples given earlier. Gymnasium has the same ending as Collegium Is there any specific reason as to why the name of the last school ends with Vratislavianum instead of Vratislaviense?