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Life After Classics: alumni profiles

last modified Jun 20, 2018 01:02 PM
Our Classics alumni give us an insight into their lives after studying Classics at Cambridge.

We are very proud of our Alumni community and what they have all gone on to achieve. This is why we have added a new page to our website where you can read through some alumni profiles. Here they tell us, in their own words, a bit about their lives and work following their Cambridge studies.

It is truly inspiring to see all of the fascinating work and achievements of our Classics Alumni and great for potential Classics applicants to see just how enriching studying Classics can be and the diverse range of opportunities that can follow.

Read more HERE.

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