Courses

Choosing the course which best suits your academic strengths, interests, and learning style is key to ensuring your university experience is a successful and fulfilling one.

Study the language, literature and history of the British Isles and Scandinavia in the earlier Middle Ages.

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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.

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Includes associated subjects such as structures, construction, environmental design, and the history and theory of Architecture.

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Students of AMES acquire advanced linguistic skills and refine their sense of culture, knowledge and society.

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The first ‘foundation year’ allows students choose between studying first-year Engineering or first-year Natural Sciences.

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Trinity Hall welcomes Classicists, as well as candidates who wish to take Classical Greek or Latin with a modern language.

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Challenging, exciting, inspiring and highly marketable, the course attracts the best students from the UK and beyond.

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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.

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A four year course covering almost all disciplines of engineering: aeronautical, mechanical, civil, manufacturing and information.

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A dynamic combination of historical perspectives and contemporary approaches to literature and language.

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Trinity Hall, with its long history of admitting geographers and first-class resources, is an excellent place to study Geography.

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History belongs both to the social sciences and to the humanities. Just as individual people are both objects and subjects.

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The new joint degree in History and Modern Languages combines the best of both subjects.

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An exciting Honours degree which offers subjects from our highly-regarded History and Politics and International Relations courses,

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A stimulating and rigorous course which covers a wide spectrum of art and architecture, from the medieval to modern periods.

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Allows students to combine the study of Politics, International Relations, Sociology and Social Anthropology.

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Land Economy is concerned with the application of economics and law to the management of land, property and the environment.

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Trinity Hall is one of the premier law–teaching institutions in the UK, and its students have aspired to excellence in the law for over 650 years.

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Our most crucially human attribute, and a subject which straddles the divide between arts and sciences.

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The course is one of the most successful in the world for producing mathematicians and theoretical physicists.

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Success in medicine brings great rewards in terms of job satisfaction, involving a combination of science with human interactions and numerous career opportunities.

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A diverse course which could include literature, history, philosophy, film, and languages of a wide range of cultures.

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Music is a major subject within the arts disciplines studied at Cambridge, with a large teaching faculty and over 250 students

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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.

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Cambridge University has an especially distinguished place in the history of 20th century philosophy.

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Psychological and Behavioural Sciences offers a broad and flexible course covering all aspects of psychology.

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An extraordinarily varied degree that allows students to learn a great variety of academic skills and to design their studies to fit their interests.

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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.

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