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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

 

Learning outcomes

Those who complete the Summer School will:

  • demonstrate familiarity and critical engagement with different theoretical and practical approaches to interfaith relations;
  • understand the benefits and limits of historical, anthropological, philosophical, theological and visual methods in the study of inter-faith relations;
  • gain practical experience in archival, visual and autoethnographic research;
  • locate connections between your studies/work and scholarship on inter-faith relations;
  • have a grasp of Scriptural Reasoning and engage in critical, comparative reading of scriptures;
  • be able to discuss the relations between religious plurality, politics and subjectivity;
  • develop an awareness of historical and contemporary inter-faith relations and challenges;
  • gain expertise to be academic researchers, teachers, activists, religious leaders, writers, artists, public speakers, event organisers or consultants in the field.

Recognition and accreditation

Certificate of attendance

Upon completion of the Summer School, CIP will provide you with a Certificate of Attendance. To qualify for the certificate, you will need to complete interactive tasks on time and participate in at least 70% of the teaching sessions.

Credits

Those wishing to seek credits from their home institutions may opt for an additional summative assignment (a 2000-word essay) due two weeks after the course. 
Whilst we do not offer credits ourselves, we can write to your home institution to indicate that the Summer School, at Level 1 (FHEQ 4) offers knowledge equivalent to 4 US credits, 7.5 ECTS or 15 FHEQ.

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