Study the language, literature and history of the British Isles and Scandinavia in the early Middle Ages.
Covering a range of topics, spanning the evolution of humans, ancient civilisations and world empires, as well as the role of material culture in human life and of heritage in modern societies.
Includes associated subjects such as structures, construction, environmental design, and the history and theory of Architecture.
Students of AMES acquire advanced linguistic skills and refine their sense of culture, knowledge and society.
The first ‘foundation year’ allows students to choose between studying first-year Engineering or first-year Natural Sciences.
Trinity Hall welcomes Classicists, as well as candidates who wish to take Classical Greek or Latin with a modern language.
Challenging, exciting, inspiring and highly marketable, the course attracts the best students from the UK and beyond.
The Economics Faculty at Cambridge is one of the largest in the UK and maintains its own computer network with access to a wide range of statistical databases and software.
A four year course covering almost all disciplines of engineering: aeronautical, mechanical, civil, manufacturing and information.
A dynamic combination of historical perspectives and contemporary approaches to literature and language.
Trinity Hall, with its long history of admitting geographers and first-class resources, is an excellent place to study Geography.
History belongs both to the social sciences and to the humanities. Just as individual people are both objects and subjects.
The new joint degree in History and Modern Languages combines the best of both subjects.
An exciting Honours degree which offers subjects from our highly-regarded History and Politics and International Relations courses,
A stimulating and rigorous course which covers a wide spectrum of art and architecture, from the medieval to modern periods.
Allows students to combine the study of Politics, International Relations, Sociology and Social Anthropology.
Land Economy is concerned with the application of economics and law to the management of land, property and the environment.
Trinity Hall’s students have aspired to excellence in the law for over 650 years.
Our most crucially human attribute, and a subject which straddles the divide between arts and sciences.
The course is one of the most successful in the world for producing mathematicians and theoretical physicists.
Success in medicine brings great rewards in terms of job satisfaction, involving a combination of science with human interactions and numerous career opportunities.
A diverse course which could include literature, history, philosophy, film, and languages of a wide range of cultures.
Music is a major subject within the arts disciplines studied at Cambridge, with a large teaching faculty and over 250 students
Trinity Hall is a fantastic environment in which to study Natural Sciences, having a dynamic team of academics who teach right across the spectrum of this course.
Cambridge University has an especially distinguished place in the history of 20th century philosophy.
Psychological and Behavioural Sciences offers a broad and flexible course covering all aspects of psychology.
An extraordinarily varied degree that allows students to learn a great variety of academic skills and to design their studies to fit their interests.
Our veterinary school has a long tradition of producing the finest veterinary graduates – based on a combination of world-beating science, and a focus on practical skills.