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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)

It is of utmost importance for the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education to ensure that the wellbeing of students and staff are prioritised throughout the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. 

Fees for individual courses are outlined on the relevant course web pages. Most fees are payable in full on enrolment although there is an option to pay in instalments on some courses.

Data protection legislation sets out rules for processing personal information. It applies to some paper records as well as those held in electronic form.

ICE welcomes applications from disabled students and makes every effort both to anticipate and to make reasonable adjustments to meet the needs of disabled participants.

The University of Cambridge, which includes ICE, is committed equality of opportunity and to a pro-active and inclusive approach to equality, which supports and encourages all under represented groups, promotes an inclusive culture and values diversity.

The University of Cambridge is committed to the principle and promotion of freedom of speech and expression and has a long tradition of seeking to safeguard them.

The University of Cambridge is subject to the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.

ICE is committed to excellence in adult and part-time education and to facilitating an open and inclusive academic learning environment and, therefore, students are asked to adhere to the Institute’s Student Charter. You are expected to take full advantage of the facilities, teaching, supervision

It is possible to pay for some courses offered by the Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) by bank transfer or company invoice. Where this option is available, it will be made clear in the course materials and on the online payment page.

If you are paying for your course via funding from a third party, there are a number of things you should bear in mind before you apply.

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