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Next Generation bursary to support Cambridge 'COVID graduates'

3 February 2021

A new bursary from the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) is offering up to 100 recent Cambridge graduates and current postdoctoral researchers a valuable opportunity to learn while they earn. The Next Generation bursary is available to all Cambridge students who studied through the COVID-19...

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Read more at: ICE launches new online Data Science programme in collaboration with Flatiron School

ICE launches new online Data Science programme in collaboration with Flatiron School

11 January 2021

The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) is linking up with leading online learning provider Flatiron School to launch a new 10-week online Data Science programme. Data Science is one of the most in-demand field sets across the fast-growing technology sector and the programme will seek to develop...

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Artificial Intelligence

New Master's tackles the urgent question of ethics and technology

21 December 2020

"The mission of the United Kingdom and all who share our values must be to ensure that emerging technologies are designed from the outset for freedom, openness and pluralism, with the right safeguards in place to protect our peoples." The words of UK Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, addressing the UN General Assembly in...

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Collaborations extend ICE courses to global learners

21 December 2020

ICE is collaborating with two leading online learning providers – edX and Flatiron School – to expand access to its professional studies courses for learners across the world. ICE’s Director of Continuing Education, Dr Jim Gazzard, explains why it is more important than ever for the Institute to reach out to students. The...

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Pre-hospital emergency medicine: training people who save people

21 December 2020

The events of 2020 have brought home the importance of ensuring healthcare professionals have access to evidence-based knowledge and skills. Running once again from January 2021, ICE’s Postgraduate Certificate in Advanced Clinical Practice (Pre-Hospital Emergency Medicine) aims to give registered nurses and paramedics the...

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Preparing global students for Master's study

21 December 2020

As Michaelmas term began, ICE welcomed the inaugural cohort to its new Advanced Diploma in Research Theory and Practice in English (International Pre-Master’s) – a full-time matriculated programme that helps global graduates bridge towards postgraduate study at leading universities. The COVID-19 crisis has made it a...

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Dr Timothy Brittain-Catlin and the new route for architects

21 December 2020

Inside ICE talks to the Course Leader of ICE’s new Architecture Masters-level Apprenticeship about balancing work with learning, the flowering of affordable housing, and how his mum re-directed his career path. A ‘sliding doors’ moment Timothy Brittain-Catlin was fed up at university, and it was his mum’s fault. He’d...

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How 2020 became the year of online learning

21 December 2020

For ICE’s Head of Technology Enhanced Learning, Cory Saarinen, 2020 turned into something of a busy year. We find out how online learning has been vital to ICE during the pandemic and how Cory and his team have helped maintain students’ learning experiences since lockdown. “As early as January we had a sense that a...

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Read more at: Taming the Terminators

Taming the Terminators

7 December 2020

First Master’s Degree Managing the Risks of Artificial Intelligence Launched by Cambridge The UK’s first Master’s degree in one of the biggest issues of modern times, the responsible use of artificial intelligence (AI), is being launched by the University of Cambridge. Popularised in science fiction by killer robots – such...

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Read more at: Dr Midge Gillies: “I want to help people find their own voice”

Dr Midge Gillies: “I want to help people find their own voice”

27 November 2020

Widely published author and Academic Director at the University of Cambridge Centre for Creative Writing, Dr Midge Gillies, tells us about her next book, what makes her proud of her students, and the relationship between writing and cross-Channel swimming. You studied History at Girton College as an undergraduate. Is that...

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