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Programme specifications

Programme specifications

In common with other universities in the United Kingdom, a programme of study in the University of Cambridge has an official 'Programme Specification'. It serves as a 'definitive record', relating to a wide variety of aspects of the course: it describes the programme, its aims, its learning outcomes, its methods of teaching, learning and assessment, its structure and what a student needs to achieve in order to graduate. For information about Programme Specifications, see these pages from the Academic Division of the University Offices.

Programme specifications are available here for the following courses:

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