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Cambridge Interfaith Programme

 

Bursary scheme

We have reserved a minimum of 5 places for recipients of our bursary scheme. This scheme is intended to increase access for those who would not otherwise be able to take part.

Bursary recipients will pay a reduced fee of £200.

Those seeking a bursary may apply via the standard process at any time until the final deadline (20 June), or until all places are filled. Please note that we cannot guarantee the availability of bursaries once the first allocations have been made. Early application is therefore recommended.

Bursary applicants are asked to complete an additional task and submit a written response together with the standard Application form. 

Bursary recipients will also be asked to submit a short report following successful completion of the Summer School.

Should I apply for a bursary?

The bursary scheme is intended to support anyone who could not otherwise afford to participate in the Summer School. You will find some examples of qualifying circumstances on the final pages of the standard application form. Those wishing to receive a bursary should explain why in that section of the form.

We also ask bursary applicants to complete one task from the selection provided (Options 1–5). Your written response to the chosen task should be sent to us by email, together with your completed Summer School application. 


Taster tasks for bursary applicants

Choose one task.

The written response should be sent when you submit your main application.

Option 1: Religion and Global Challenges podcast

Option 2: Religion timeline

Option 3: Broader, deeper, further: engaging with religions in the 21st century

Option 4: Disagree, for God’s sake! Jewish philosophy, truth and the future of dialogue

Option 5: Visions of Inter-religious relations (with images)

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