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Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme

 

Want to study in Cambridge?

CIP welcomes visiting students who are not yet in possession of a PhD. In order to be considered please send a description of the research you wish to do while in Cambridge and your CV. It would also be helpful if you could indicate whom your preferred academic mentor at Cambridge would be. If successful you will be asked to provide two references. The final decision will be made by the Faculty's degree committee. There is usually a fee of £500 plus VAT at 20%. chargeable to all Visiting Students. Please note that we do not have any resources or office space to offer visitors. Your academic mentor will endeavour to meet with you, depending on his or hers availability but cannot offer a formal commitment.

Latest news

Introduction to Scriptural Reasoning in German Published

2 April 2021

A short German-language introduction to the interfaith practice of Scriptural Reasoning by Cambridge researcher Dr Julia Snyder has now been published. Scriptural Reasoning brings people of different faith traditions together to read scriptures and build understanding.

Vacancy: CIP Communications and Programme Manager (Part Time, Fixed Term)

31 March 2021

Cambridge Interfaith Programme (CIP) seeks an enthusiastic and creative Communications and Programme Manager to join a dynamic team who carry out research and public engagement in the broad area of interreligious relations.

CIP Seminar in Inter-religious Relations, Easter Term 2020/21

26 March 2021

CIP Seminar in Inter-religious Relations continues online in the Easter Term of 2020/21, with talks by Professor Ayala Fader, Professor Niloofar Haeri and Professor Jackie Feldman.