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Institute of Continuing Education (ICE)

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.

Academic misconduct, broadly speaking, is any action which gains, attempts to gain, or assists others in gaining or attempting to gain unfair academic advantage. Registered students are expected to be familiar with guidance on academic misconduct, including plagiarism.

 

If you are a student on an award-bearing course, you must read and abide by our plagiarism policy.

This page explains what personal information we gather when you visit the University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) website (www.ice.cam.ac.uk) and details how that information is used

Information on Promotional Codes for ICE courses.

Many of our part-time courses lead to University of Cambridge qualifications at undergraduate and postgraduate level.

If you've completed a course with ICE but have lost your certificate or credit transcript, or require another copy, you can request another copy.

If you are applying for a course with ICE, there are a number of funding opportunities which you may be eligible for.

ICE offers a wide-range of part-time courses and qualifications which are University of Cambridge awards.

If you are studying on an award-bearing course at ICE, you are expected to take an active part in your course. This includes attending classes, contributing to class work and handing in work for assessment to provide evidence of your learning.

These procedures apply to all students taking a University of Cambridge award with the Institute of Continuing Education. 

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