University of Cambridge

Cambridge lies about an hour north of London in a beautiful city built around the university and the many old colleges. It was established in 1209 and is the second oldest university in the english speaking world. Today Cambridge has over 18 000 students affiliated with 31 colleges. The colleges are the centers for the students social life and for undergraduate teaching. Cambridge offers a wide range of courses in many fields.


CURRENT AKER SCHOLARS AT CAMBRIDGE

Heidi Mogstad

MPhil and PhD Social Anthropology

Knut Sverdrup

PhD Computational Methods for Materials Science

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Elin Danielsen Huckerby

PhD English (Criticism and Culture)

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Aisha Lovise Maud Bornø

MPhil History of Art and Architecture

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Ingrid Lager Gotaas

PhD Medical Research Council (MRC) Doctoral Training Partnership (DTP)

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Erlend Owesen

PhD History and Philosophy of Science

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Øyvind Lossius Borthne

PhD Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics

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Tellef Solbakk Raabe

MPhil Sociology (The Sociology of Media and Culture)


PREVIOUS AKER SCHOLARS AT CAMBRIDGE


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Emily Ryen Gloinson

MPhil International Relations and Politics

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Adrian Dahl Askelund

MPhil Medical Science (Psychiatry)

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Fredrik Vaeng Røtnes

MASt Pure Mathematics

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Selma Skov Høye

MPhil Development Studies