University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), Madingley: Courses

University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE), Madingley
The deadline for applications is 5 September 2016
Undergraduate Certificate in Medieval England (new for 2016!)
November 2016 – June 2017, weekend teaching sessions. Course fee: £2,250.
This course uses surviving medieval documents, buildings, landscapes and artefacts to address big questions about medieval England, with units on political culture, landscape archaeology, and art and architecture.
Undergraduate Certificate in Archaeology
October 2016 – July 2017, Tuesday evening sessions. Course fee: £1,900.
This course is an introduction to the great civilisations of the ancient world. You will learn about the archaeology of Ancient Egypt, the Mediterranean world of the Romans and Greeks, and the civilisations of Mesopotamia, the Levant, and Mesoamerica, through studying key case studies of sites and monuments in the landscape.
Undergraduate Certificate in Local History
October 2016 – June 2017, Sunday day schools. Course fee: £1,900.
This course introduces you to local history and provides you with some of the key skills and concepts used by local historians. Units include ‘Introduction to local history’, ‘Communities and culture in early modern England’ and ‘The death of Christian England: the impact of the First World War on English churches and churchgoing’.
Undergraduate Diploma in Archaeology
October 2016 – July 2017, Wednesday evening sessions and some Saturday practical sessions and field trips. Course fee: £1,900.
This one-year part-time Diploma course will give you an advanced and in-depth knowledge of a key prehistoric and historic period in the archaeology of Britain. This is coupled with an insight into the study of bones and ancient diseases, so vital in the interpretation of prehistoric and historic periods.
Undergraduate Advanced Diploma in Archaeology
Undergraduate Advanced Diploma in Local History
Undergraduate Advanced Diploma in Historic Environment

November 2016 – May 2018, 8 supervisions. Course fee: £3,600
Advanced Diplomas are taught part-time over two years, at third-year undergraduate level. They allow you to pursue your own research project under the guidance of a Cambridge supervisor, and provide an excellent grounding in research methods for those wishing to continue with their research at a higher level.
How to apply: You can find out more about the above courses and apply online at: