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Cambridge Interfaith Programme

Preview of the 2022 application form

How do I apply?

The Application Form can be downloaded below, along with the full Terms and Conditions (which you should read before submitting your application), and a PDF copy of the general course information.

Send your completed Application Form by email to cipsummer @

Applications must include:

  • your contact details;
  • a short description (500 words maximum) of your interest in interfaith relations;
  • the name and contact details of one person who may be contacted for a letter of recommendation;
  • a self-declaration of English language proficiency;
  • notes about any special learning requirements.

If you wish to be considered for a bursary you should answer the additional question (on the final page, explaining your eligibility) and complete an extra task to demonstrate your commitment to the Summer School.

When do I apply?

The application process opens on Friday 18 March 2022 and closes on Friday 20 June. The fee payable varies according to the submission date of your application.

By 30 April

Successful applications received on or before 30 April will be eligible for the early bird rate of £750 (a 25% discount). We aim to process and review applications promptly, and will notify all early bird applicants of the result by 15 May at the latest.

From 1 May to 20 June

Applications received in May and June will be processed and reviewed as soon as possible. If successful, late applications will be subject to the full fee of £1000. Please note that to ensure a quality experience for all students, the total number of places is capped. We will operate a waiting list for any further candidates. It will not be possible to consider applications that arrive later than 20 June.

Fees and payment

Successful applicants will be informed by email. We may also need to contact you for further information. Please add the Summer School email address to your contacts.

In the email, we will include a link to the University’s online store so that you can pay the registration fee. This will require a credit or debit card.

Full registration fee: £1000
Payments must be received by 30 June.

Early bird registration fee (apply by 30 April): £750
Payments must be received within 7 days of offer and not later than 23 May.

Bursary (reduced rate, subject to eligibility): £200
Payments must be received within 14 days of award.

Important: If you do not pay the registration fee and confirm your place within the specified period, the place may be withdrawn and offered to another applicant.

CIP reserves the right to amend or withdraw registration discounts at any time.

Download an Application Form

The application form (black and white, low-resolution version) can be downloaded below. It is in MS Word format, and should be saved and returned as an MS Word document when you have filled out the required response fields.

A course brochure (containing information from across this website) is also available as a PDF download. 

The Terms and Conditions are also provided as a PDF for download. You are asked to read this document before submitting an application.

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