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Faculty of Divinity

Events for Potential Applicants

Sign up for events taking place in 2017

There are lots of events taking place over the coming months for students interested in learning more about studying Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion at Cambridge.

All can be booked online either now or in the coming weeks.

If you have any questions, please contact Laura Jeffrey


Our Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion Masterclass is taking place on Saturday 4th February. To book a place visit:

Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences

The Faculty of Divinity will be at four Oxford and Cambridge Student Conferences this year: Merseyside 20th, Newcastle 21st, Birmingham 28th, and Swansea 29th March. For more information about the conferences taking place, please visit

Open Afternoons

Our next Open Afternoons are on Monday 24th April and Thursday 6th July. These will give you the chance to see the Faculty, hear about the course, listen to a sample lecture, take a sample scriptural language class, and have the chance to speak to staff and current students. Booking will open approximately two months before the event takes place.

Sutton Trust Summer School

The Theology and Philosophy Summer School is taking place on 14th - 18th August 2017 for students in Year 12. This is a subject-specific residential where you live and study as a Cambridge student. 

The closing date for applications in 2017 is 5pm on 2 March 2017. Please be aware that you must meet certain eligibility criteria to be accepted on the summer schools.

For more information and applications, please visit

Experience Cambridge

All students who are unsuccessful in gaining a place on the Summer School, are offered a place on Experience Cambridge. Students visit the university on two occasions: once in late June and then again in July 2017. In between you will complete a study project, either on your own or in groups, supported by the course leaders. Dates will be released as they are set.  

For more information, see