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- City: Cambridge
- Term: Fall, Winter, Academic Year
- Instruction in: English
- Requirements: Students must be a Junior or Senior by program start date
- Students interested in: Anthropology, Architecture, Classics, Economics, English, History, History of Art, Middle East Studies, Philosophy, Political Science
Study at one of Cambridge’s oldest colleges in the nexus of historic methods and cutting-edge research. Students will have unparalleled access to experts in their discipline in the halls of Pembroke College.
Cambridge is one of the most remarkable universities in Europe with an unbroken and impressive link, dating back over 800 years, to first class education and scholarship. Its famous alumni - including Newton, Darwin and Turing; Erasmus, Wittgenstein and Greer; and Wordsworth - have illuminated all branches of learning and enterprise. Poets, politicians and philosophers have lived and worked here and continue to inspire those who follow them. Whether students are interested in sports, music, acting, politics or journalism, there will be a club, or Society that they can join.
Students at the University of Cambridge Pembroke College may study in one of the following departments: Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic studies, architecture, classics, economics, English language and literature, history, history of art, Middle Eastern studies, philosophy, human, social, and political science.