E-learning course: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges

Applications are now being accepted for the Woolf Institute (Cambridge) e-learning course, Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges. Following two successful years, the course will commence in late February 2013.

More than fifty participants from around the world - Australia and New Zealand, China, Japan, Poland, United States, Germany, the Czech Republic, Belgium, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom - have already engaged in this three-part course which focuses on the relationships between Jews, Christians, and Muslims and their impact in modern Europe, looking at their history, culture and issues of citizenship. Find out more about this programme at: http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/courses/jcme.asp.

The course is taught at a final-year undergraduate level and the e-learning approach allows participants to study wherever and whenever they choose via the internet. With the support of Woolf Institute tutors, you will work both individually and jointly with other students.

The deadline for applications is Friday 1 February 2013. The course commences, with induction week, on Monday 25 February 2013. The application form is available to download at http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/courses/jcme.asp.

The course fee is £350. Bursaries are available depending on academic or professional merit and financial circumstances. On completion of the course, you will receive a Woolf Institute Certificate.

Queries should be directed to Emma Harris, Academic Coordinator, at eth22@cam.ac.uk.

26 Oct 2012