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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

 
The headquarters of Cambridge Interfaith Programme at the University of Cambridge

Cambridge Interfaith Programme's 2022 Summer School is open for applications. The course will run online from Monday 4 July through to Friday 15 July. The final deadline for applications is 20 June, although it is possible all places will be filled before that date.

Why attend this course?

  • Study with University of Cambridge professors and lecturers
  • A comprehensive, in-depth academic course addressing inter-religious relations from different disciplinary perspectives, including anthropology, philosophy, theology, history and comparative study
  • Taught online with students from across the world
  • Timetable to include an information session on further study at the University of Cambridge, an introduction to Scriptural Reasoning, and hands-on experience with different methods and approaches
  • Bursary scheme 
  • Optional one-to-one follow up meeting with the CIP Programme Manager to discuss your next steps (available to Summer School alumni)

Early bird discount

A 25% discount was available for applications received by 30 April. 

Following up on the May alumni newsletter, an extension to our early bird registration offer is in place until 31 May for alumni and/or those referred to us by alumni. Qualifying applicants should mention this offer when submitting the application.

How to apply

Use the left-hand menu to find further information, or download a complete brochure and application form below (from 18 March).

You can also watch highlights from an online question and answer session (recorded Tuesday 26 April).

 

Download the 2022 Summer School course brochure

The PDF course brochure includes information about how to apply for a bursary.  

Download the Terms and conditions

We ask that everyone read the Terms and Conditions before submitting an application. 

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