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MEd in Education (Transforming Practice) PACES entry only

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MEd in Education (Transforming Practice) PGCE entry only

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MLitt in Law

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MPhil in Advanced Chemical Engineering

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MPhil in Advanced Computer Science

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MPhil in African Studies

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MPhil in American History

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MPhil in Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic

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University of Cambridge

Continually rated as a top university in national and international league tables, postgraduate students can pursue expertise and research at the highest level.
Resources include 100 libraries with over eight million books, journals and documents, and nine specialist museums and collections.
The university's collegiate nature invites interdisciplinary conversations, further enhanced by Cambridge's Interdisciplinary Research Centres.
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