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IFSA - University of Cambridge, Pembroke College
Cambridge, United Kingdom (Outgoing Program)
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|Restrictions:||Luther applicants only|
|Lang. of Instruction:||English||Class Standing:||2-Sophomore, 3-Junior, 4-Senior|
|Housing:||Residence Hall||Program Type:||Off-Campus Study|
|Areas of Study:||Anthropology, Archaeology, Art History, Business, Classical Studies, Culture, Economics, English, European Studies, History, International Relations, International Studies, Literature, Math/Statistics, Middle Eastern Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion/Theology, Sociology, Theater/Drama|
IFSA - UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, PEMBROKE COLLEGE PARTNERSHIP
WHY STUDY IN CAMBRIDGE?
Founded as lively market town with wide stretches of green along the River Cam, Cambridge is now a quintessential university town with history and charm. The city skyline is dotted with college spires, medieval buildings, and traditional English architecture. The university’s 31 colleges provide a steady stream of entertainment and social events seven days a week, with central London just an hour away by train.
ABOUT THE PROGRAM
Study at one of Cambridge’s oldest colleges, in the nexus of historic methods and cutting-edge research. You will have unparalleled access to experts in your discipline in the halls of Pembroke College.
There are no traditional classes at the University of Cambridge. Rather, Cambridge has the supervision system, which is a weekly one-on-one, or in a small group, with your supervisor, in which you discuss your work and the topics that you are studying, ask questions, and receive feedback. Students typically take two courses, called ‘papers’ at Cambridge per semester. Each paper typically consists of eight hour-long supervisions. A course of lectures also supplements your supervisions for each paper, and your supervisor will advise you about which lectures you should attend.
You may study in one of the following departments:
- Anglo-Saxon, Norse and Celtic Studies
- Asian and Middle Eastern Studies
- History of Art
- Modern and Medieval Languages
- Human, Social, and Political Science (Political Science, International Affairs, Anthropology)
- Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion
CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES & EXCURSIONS
Program activities are designed to enhance your intercultural competence by developing your understanding of the local culture and people. Activities are optional, but they are included in your total program fee. Besides regular check-ins and Roadmap meetings, IFSA staff will coordinate group visits to Cambridge-area sites of cultural and historic significance. You may also participate London-based activities, either virtually or in-person if you’d like to travel to London. Activities vary each term based on availability, but activities may include:
- London Pandemics - Past and Present
- Doctors Without Borders and Doctors Without Countries
- Community Environment Initiatives & Urban Farming in London
- Homelessness in London - A Dialogue
- City of Bath Tour
- Dover Castle Tour
- Seaside Brighton Trip
- Harry Potter Studio Tour
|BEGIN YOUR STUDY ABROAD JOURNEY|
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Using CHART, you’ll be able to see which classes abroad fit easily into your academic plan. You can also see which classes your home institution has already approved to guarantee that your credits will align.
Apply Online Today.
Our easy online application process is here for you! Simply log in to the IFSA Student Portal and answer questions about yourself to get started. If you get stuck or have questions, reach out to our IFSA team. We’re here to help.
- Academic Support
- Administrative Fees and Applications Fees
- Airport Pickup
- Activities and Excursions (including transportation and meals)
- Guaranteed Housing
- International Medical Insurance
- Internet Access in Housing
- Internship, Directed Research, and Volunteer Opportunities (on many programs)
- Meals (on some programs)
- Official Transcript with U.S. Credit Translation
- On-site Orientation
- On-site Staff Support (including in-person meetings and emergencies)
- Pre-arrival Advising
WE’RE HERE FOR YOU
|Dates / Deadlines:|
|Term||Year||App Deadline||Decision Date||Start Date||End Date|
|Fall||2022||01-MAR-2022 **||Rolling Admission||TBA||TBA|
** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.