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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)


13 March 2020

At the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) we are putting in place a Covid-19 contingency plan which will aim to transfer, should it become necessary, ICE-delivered award-bearing face-to-face teaching to a remote learning format.

We are working tirelessly to make sure there is minimal disruption to our students’ learning. We intend that our distance learning classes will be synchronous, interactive and discursive educational experiences.

For now we must emphasise that it’s business as usual and our scheduled classroom teaching is going ahead, but our aspiration is to be ready to move award-bearing courses to remote delivery if circumstances mean that students or staff are unable to attend classes in person. We are also looking at alternative contingency arrangements for our short courses and other study programmes.

All ICE academics, tutors and professional services colleagues are committed to working with our students to collaboratively meet any challenges head on - and to never stop learning.

With warmest regards,

Dr James Gazzard​​
Director of Continuing Education
University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education