Studying with us
We offer a wide ranging and flexible programme of part-time courses for everyone over the age of 18.
Information, guidance and resources to help you in your studies.
Photos of Madingley Hall through the seasons - plus the results of our annual Summer School photo competition.
Information about student visas, entry clearance and English language requirements.
Most of our courses take place at our historic headquarters, Madingley Hall. We also offer several courses in Cambridge city centre and a small selection in London, as well as a growing number of courses which are taught partly or wholly online.
eLearning is an important part of our education programme here at the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE). Through our eLearning website, ICE Online, you have the opportunity to study and learn online, access learning resources, and interact with your tutor and fellow students.
Read about some of our recent Certificate and Diploma students and their experiences of studying with ICE.
I would highly recommend the Certificate in International Development at ICE. The programme has definitely equipped me further in undertaking assignments for the UN and other international organisations. It has provided a solid base to look at different factors … when implementing poverty alleviation programmes or in developing policies to address complex issues associated with developing countries and other emerging economies.
Roni Ajao, Undergraduate Certificate in International Development (2011–12)
Studying with ICE has been a great experience. The support offered is tremendous and it is marvellous to have access to the University library and be taught in small classes by experts in their field. Madingley Hall is a beautiful place and a lovely environment in which to learn. What a great opportunity.
Katy Tyndall, Undergraduate Diploma in History of Art (2012–13)
The lessons are always interesting and exciting: the lecturers are so enthusiastic that the lessons seem to be over too quickly. The quality of teaching is really good. I feel that I am being encouraged to think for myself.
Bess Sayers, Certificate and Diploma in Archaeology (2010–12)