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Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion (TRPR)

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Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion (TRPR) is a broad and demanding degree that addresses fundamental questions through a range of religious traditions and philosophical standpoints. Encompassing the history, practice and thought of the major world religions of Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam and Judaism, the course develops an understanding of the significance of religion and its cultural contexts. Students have considerable freedom to create a varied programme of study by exploring a diverse range of topics. Alternatively, they can specialise in a specific area of interest. More information about the course is available on the University .

Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion at 鶹

At 鶹 we usually welcome around two new undergraduate students each year. They thus join an overall undergraduate cohort of about six, as well as several graduate students. The subject group is social and supportive: we have twice termly social events as a College group, as well as an annual subject dinner and joint events with TRPR students at other Colleges.

Typical offer
A Level: A*AA
IB: 42, 776

Required subjects
No specific subjects are required.

Admissions Assessment
No written assessment is required for applicants to Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion.

Written work
Applicants to all Colleges are required to submit two pieces of written workprior to interview.

Read the Q&A with our Director of Studies in Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion.

Academic and teaching staff