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I'm interested in going back to school for graduate studies and am particularly interested in Categorical Logic, that is, the application of Category Theory towards the study of Logic and Model Theory in particular (at least so far as my specific interests go). I'm also pretty interested in Large Cardinals.

What are some good schools to consider for this area of study? I know that Berkley has a really strong Foundations program which includes plenty of Logic and has some folks interested in Categorial Logic. Carnegie Mellon also seems a great option. Any other recommendations, either in the states or out?

Cheers

Chris

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# Graduate Studies - Categorical Logic

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