The Faraday Institute Courses offer an opportunity to engage with the best of scholarship, and to meet others from around the world. Given the remit of our work at the Faraday Institute, the curriculum will include an interdisciplinary approach to the study of science and religion.
Types of course
The Faraday Institute offers two types of course on science and religion held at various venues within the University of Cambridge.
- Short Courses are generally organised as two day events. These range from general introductory courses to more specialised topics on science and religion.
- Summer Courses are week-long events which allow more in-depth coverage of science and religion topics. The primary aim of the summer course is to offer a programme of study for students that will draw on the research and teaching expertise of staff at the Faraday Institute, as well as teaching staff within Cambridge.
Other benefits of attending courses include digital course assets and access to a bookstall with an extensive range of recent science and religion books, many of them heavily discounted.