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Students will live and study in the very center of Cambridge, where you can meet students from numerous foreign countries, attend concerts, fairs, cultural events, and go punting on the River Cam and enjoy numerous small restaurants and other places of en
Location:
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Program Type:
Study Abroad
Degree Level:
Undergraduate
Term:
Summer

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Program Description:
The University of Kansas History and Law faculty collaborate to bring you an enriching and insightful program focusing on the culture, history and politics of the English and American legal systems, supplemented with special lectures and site visits. In the English tradition, students will be housed and classes will be held at Trinity Hall of Cambridge University. Trinity Hall was founded by Bishop Bateman of Norwich in 1350, making it the fifth oldest surviving college of the University of Cambridge. Distinguished alumni include Lord Howard, the commander-in-chief of the English fleet against the Spanish Armada, Lord Runcie, former Archbishop of Canterbury and Nicholas Hytner, the current director of the National Theatre in London.

Students will live and study in the very center of Cambridge, where you can meet students from numerous foreign countries, attend concerts, fairs, cultural events, and go punting on the River Cam and enjoy numerous small restaurants and other places of entertainment that cater to students. Students can also easily access events in the surrounding areas of East Anglia, or can travel to London, about one hour away by train. The city of Cambridge surrounds the majestic buildings of the colleges of Cambridge University, a prestigious and world-renowned university, whose graduates, during an 800-year old history, include John Milton, Isaac Newton, and John Harvard (founder of Harvard University).

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