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Bursaries to help educators share the power of creative writing

11 January 2022

If you’d like to expand your skills base and become more confident about teaching creative writing in a range of settings, the First Story bursaries could be for you. A collaboration between the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) and First Story , these bursaries provide reduced tuition fees...

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More pathways to learning, as ICE increases courses on edX

7 January 2022

For almost 150 years, ICE’s purpose has been to provide wide-ranging, open-entry and affordable education that drives societal change and promotes opportunity and fairness. Now, the Institute is expanding access to its learning even further as it strengthens its partnership with the online learning platform edX. In our...

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New year, new directions?

7 January 2022

What’s your learning resolution for 2022? We asked ICE students to tell us what promises they’ll make for their future learning. Here’s what they said: J.E., MSt in Creative Writing Editor and forty-something Korean American career-changer in Brighton. "Perfection’s not the goal. As a former English teacher, I know very...

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Exploring short courses: a weekend of Woolf at Madingley Hall

7 January 2022

As part of its commitment to lifelong learning, the Institute of Continuing Education offers a diverse range of weekend-long residential courses in the grand setting of Madingley Hall and Gardens. Running throughout the academic year, the popular courses are designed for all audiences to engage passions old and new and are...

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Celebrating 30 years of fundraising for the National Garden Scheme

7 January 2022

In summer 2021, the gates of Madingley Hall gardens opened to the public once again as part of the National Garden Scheme, marking the partnership’s 30th consecutive year of raising vital funds for charity. As with everything in a garden, the idea for the collaboration began as a seed to be nurtured. The inspiration came...

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It's all in the mind: How the Undergraduate Certificate in Cognitive Psychology can change the way you see your life

7 January 2022

How does the human mind work? How does thinking happen exactly and what is the relationship between the mind, the brain and the body? Whether it’s unpacking the complexities of normal, day-to-day cognitive functions, or seeking to understand – and address – different psychopathological disorders or mental illness, human...

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Artwork 'Tuesday'

Bringing new perspectives to History of Art

6 January 2022

ICE already offers popular History of Art courses at undergraduate level, but in 2022, the Institute presents its first part-time Master of Studies in History of Art and Visual Culture. ICE’s new MSt is no ordinary survey, though. Instead, it takes a fresh look at a classic subject by organising learning around pressing...

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Healthcare data: shaping our response to the pandemic

6 January 2022

When the MSt in Healthcare Data: Informatics, Innovation and Commercialization at ICE welcomed its first students in 2019, the course team always knew it was a vital topic for our times. But little more than two years later, its relevance is now evident to us all. Inside ICE talks to Course Director Dr Ronan O’Leary about...

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Ian and Annabel: ICE students mastering creative writing

5 January 2022

The Centre for Creative Writing at ICE welcomes hundreds of budding and established writers to its courses every year – from bite-sized genre introductions to comprehensive postgraduate study. In this edition of Inside ICE, we hear from two part-time Master’s students, Ian Ridley and Annabel Steadman, about how they’ve...

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Making your application to ICE: Let's get personal

5 January 2022

Most universities and institutions ask candidates to write a personal statement as part of their application to a course. If you’re considering applying for an ICE award-bearing qualification, this may feel like a daunting task. Inside ICE speaks to Dr James Gazzard, Director of Continuing Education, and Dr Alex Carter...

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