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The work of AIIPM  is built on its four aims. All our activities have their foundations in at least one of these guiding principles: Education, Religion, Learning and Research.


The AIIPM aims to admit as undergraduates and graduate students those who have the highest potential for benefiting from the education provided by the Institution , regardless of their financial, social, religious or ethnic background. AIIPM provides teaching facilities, support (including pastoral care) and social, recreational and sporting facilities to enable each of its students to realise as much as possible of their academic and personal potential whilst studying here.


AIIPM  aims to carry forward the tradition, maintained continuously since its foundation, of being a place of reflection on matters of religious faith.


AIIPM  aims to provide an environment, within its walls and more broadly, in which knowledge and understanding, together with ways of increasing them, may be passed on and in which their value may be appreciated.


AIIPM supports the research work of its  students.  As one prominent example it provides Research fellowships for outstanding young academics, whatever their discipline, offering them a social and intellectual setting, and also practical support.  This will enable them to develop their research at a crucial early stage of their careers, before they undertake the full teaching and administrative duties of an academic post.