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One of the best parts of reading AMES at Cambridge is its flexibility. Whether reading Arabic, Chinese, Japanese or Hebrew you will be able to study the histories and cultures of your chosen countries from classical times to present. On top of this, depending on which language you choose, you will be able to combine with various other European and Asian languages such as Korean, Persian, and French, just to name a few.

Lastly, one of the most unique and interesting aspects of the AMES course is that your third year will be spent abroad immersing yourself in your language of study. Studying AMES is a wonderful way to expand your horizons, and with its small class sizes and friendly teaching styles you will always feel welcome and at home.