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2016 - 17 events

Centre of Latin American Studies

 
Kings' College, Cambridge

Interested in Latin America?

Thinking about postgraduate study?

Come to an Open Event held by the Centre of Latin American Studies, University of Cambridge:

Alison Richards Building
7 West Road
Cambridge
CB3 9DT

5.00 - 6.30pm
Wednesday 2 November

This date is also Graduate Admissions Day at the University of Cambridge.

There will be a short presentation on the MPhil in Latin American Studies, followed by refreshments and an opportunity to chat informally to course tutors and students who have recently completed the course.

The MPhil in Latin American Studies at Cambridge is a multidisciplinary course, offering a range of modules combining perspectives from anthropology, sociology, development studies, criminology, history, politics, economics, literature, cinema and the visual arts. Students also prepare a dissertation with the individual guidance of world-class researchers in the field. The course provides excellent preparation for a career in academia, development, journalism, business or government.

For more details of the course and for maps showing how to get here, see our website.

There are a number of funding opportunities for both UK/EU and international students, including a new MPhil Studentship offered by the Centre of Latin American Studies and Robinson College.

No registration required, but please email Julie Coimbra on jac46@cam.ac.uk with any queries.