Information for students
The Institute and its tutors are experienced in supporting and encouraging adult learners in further study. Selected information and guidance is gathered here together in one place. We hope that you will find these resources useful in support of your studies with us.
Before you apply for a Certificate, Diploma or Advanced Diploma there are a number of things you should consider.
Information about what is expected of you when you enrol on an award-bearing course at ICE, together with some of the benefits available to you. Award-bearing courses are those which lead to a University of Cambridge qualifcation, such as an Undergraduate Certificate or Diploma.
Information about the qualifications that you can achieve at the Institute.
Download a PDF version of the Handbook. (Please note that MSt students should refer to the separate MSt course handbook for the rules and regulations that govern their course.)
Information about ICE course fees and how to pay them, funding opportunities such as bursaries and loans, and ICE's financial policies.
Additional information that students with additional requirements may need when applying to join a course with the Institute.
Links to the various forms you may need to complete as a student at ICE.
Our policies on equal opportunity, client responsibility, data retention and protection and safety.
Information about our plagiarism policy, and what to do if you have a complaint or an appeal.
FAQs relating to academic credit, to International Summer Schools and to general issues.
- Information for students
- International students
- eLearning and online support
- What our students say
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Expert supervision, excellent research facilities and efficient and friendly ICE staff all contributed to making my studies for a prestigious University of Cambridge qualification a most enjoyable and rewarding experience.
Irving James Eberwein, Advanced Diploma in the Study of Religion
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
When I look at what education and Cambridge means to me, it’s about personal development, not prestige. The course has made me more aware of my own thinking, patterns of behaviour, and listening.
Dario Ostojic, Undergraduate Diploma in Coaching