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Visiting Fellow Information

The Cambridge Inter-faith Programme (CIP) welcomes applications from established academics to become CIP Visiting Fellows.

Applicants should possess a PhD and should hold an academic post in a university, college, seminary or similar institution. Individuals who apply to become CIP Visiting Fellows typically do so as part of a wider set of arrangements for a period of sabbatical leave from their home institution. Visiting fellowships can last from one month up to a year. Visiting Fellows pay a fee of £500 plus VAT per term pro rata.

Expressions of interest should be sent to Professor Garth Fowden, CIP’s Academic Co-Director, at Please include:

  • details of your current institutional affiliation and job title and/or a short CV
  • a brief outline of your plans for your time in Cambridge including the research project(s) you will be working on
  • your reasons for wanting to establish a link with CIP whilst you are in Cambridge
  • details of any other applications you are planning to make to other fellowships or other similar schemes


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