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Cambridge Interfaith Programme


What opportunities does CIP offer to study with us?

From seminars and short courses to degrees and exchange visits, learn about the opportunities available for those who would like to study inter-religious relations and interfaith matters at the University of Cambridge.

Read more at: Summer Colloquy: Religious relations and sound
An elderly woman holds a curved stick with strings (the bow of an instrument). Next to her a white-haired man points to the wooden back of a long-necked musical instrument.

Summer Colloquy: Religious relations and sound

This opportunity has now passed. Bookmark this page to discover what’s planned for Summer 2024. Join the Cambridge Interfaith Programme online for six 90-minute sessions on the role of sound in the articulation of religious relations. Anthropologists, philosophers, musicians and theologians will...

Read more at: CIP and Undergraduate study

CIP and Undergraduate study

How does CIP relate to undergraduate study at the Faculty of Divinity? A main focus of the Cambridge Interfaith Programme is the study of Theology, Religion and the Philosophy of Religion in the context of ‘inter-faith’ . One can learn more about a religious tradition by studying how it has interacted with or responded to other religious traditions. Studying religious traditions in relation to one another can give a perspective that differs from studying a religious tradition on its own.

Read more at: Visiting Student Information
Visiting Students

Visiting Student Information

Hope to study in Cambridge? The Cambridge Interfaith Programme welcomes visiting students who are not yet in possession of a PhD. If you wish to be a visiting student at the University of Cambridge for less than one year, you will need to apply at least six months in advance of your period of study in Cambridge.

Read more at: Academic Summer School in Interfaith Relations
The headquarters of Cambridge Interfaith Programme at the University of Cambridge

Academic Summer School in Interfaith Relations

The nature of our summer programming varies from year to year. In 2023, we are offering a Colloquy (see above) rather than an intensive Academic Summer School. Information about the most recent Summer School is provided in this section, and may be an indication of future offers.

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