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Fees

The Registration fee covers course materials, teaching, access to computing facilities, and assistance from demonstrators, as well as refreshments during the day, and a midday buffet lunch. There will also be a formal course dinner at a Cambridge College. For those unable to attend in person, there is an online rate, which will give access to live-streamed lectures and all of the course material, but not access to computing facilities, nor demonstrator support.

Registration fee: £990 University Online Sales Booking
for in-person attendance
Booking deadline: Friday 22nd July
Academic Researcher: £750
Student:

£550

Online (lectures only) £350 University Online Sales Booking
for remote access
Booking deadline: Friday 26th August

In order to book a place, please use the University Online Sales Platform via the links above.

A formal dinner will be held at the end of the course, hosted at one of the Colleges. This includes pre-dinner drinks, a three-course meal, wine and coffee. The cost for course participants is included in the registration fee, but additional tickets are available to be purchased for accompanying guests as an option when you are booking the course.

Extra dinner guest: £54 (inc. VAT)

Accommodation at Selwyn College, Cambridge

A number of rooms have been reserved at Selwyn College. These rooms are allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, so applicants are encouraged to register early.

Shared facilities £904.80 (£69.60 per night)
En suite £975 (£75 per night)

Accommodation is on a bed & breakfast basis, arriving on Sunday 4th September and departure on Saturday 17th September, covering 13 nights.

Please book using this link and use code HPC2022. If you have any issues with booking, or you would like to extend your stay, please email

Bursaries

A limited number of bursaries are available to full-time University students to reduce the registration fee to £120. In order to be considered for these, please contact shortcourses@csc.cam.ac.uk and include a C.V. and cover-letter indicating why you should be considered. The deadline to be considered for a bursary is Friday 24th June 2022. You will be contacted by Friday 8th July to confirm whether or not your application has been successful.

A further number of bursaries are available to Greek participants as part of the Gianna Angelopoulos Programme for Science, Technology and Innovation (GAPSTI). For more information please visit the GAPSTI website.