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Open Afternoon: Mature Undergraduates and Advanced Diploma Students

Mature Students Open Afternoon

February 8th 2019

Join us at the Faculty of Divinity to explore our undergraduate degree, BA Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion, and/or the Advanced Diploma in Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion, our unique course for students making the transition into theology and religion after completing an undergraduate degree in a different field.

Meet our staff and students, attend talks and lectures, tour the faculty, and find out more about life as a mature student in Cambridge.


Coming soon

Events in the faculty will run 1pm-4.30pm. The graduate colleges will also be open in the morning (including for pre-arranged tours at times TBC).

Please note that the timetable may be subject to minor changes.

Registration and Access

Attendees are encouraged to register in advance. We understand that work and life commitments mean that it may not be possible for you to attend the whole afternoon - you are welcome to drop in as it suits you.

Prospective students are welcome to bring supporters with them, although we regret that accompanying children will not be able to attend the lectures, and will need to be supervised at all times in the faculty building.

The faculty is fully wheelchair accessible. If you have other special requirements, please do not hesitate to contact us.

The faculty is best reached by public transport. The UniVersal bus stop called "University Library" is a minute's walk from the faculty, which is in a pedestrianised area of the university's Sidgwick Site campus. Buses travel between the train station, town centre and Madingley Park and Ride. Limited on-street parking is available on West Road and Queens Road. Disabled parking is available on site - please contact

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