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Undergraduate Study at the Faculty of Divinity

BA Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion

 

The Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Theology, Religion, and Philosophy of Religion is a full-time academic undergraduate course, taught over three years.

We are currently ranked 1st in the UK subject league tables produced by the Complete University Guide, the Times University Guide and the Guardian University Guide.

Challenge

A rigorous and thought-provoking degree which draws on aspects of subjects from literature to sociology, ethics to art, and politics to linguistics.

Flexibility

Choose from a huge range of modules to design your own tailor-made pathway, taking in our core areas of theology, religion, and the philosophy of religion. 

 

“Cambridge is at the international forefront of excellence in 
teaching and research”

Complete University Guide 2018

How the course works  

In the first year there are two compulsory elements, a beginners course in a Scriptural Language (Hebrew, New Testament Greek, Sanskrit or Qur'anic Arabic) and a Biblical Paper (New Testament or Old Testament Studies). From there on, there is complete freedom of choice.

A list of all possible papers, with detailed descriptions can be found here in the course resources section for current students.

Use the menu on the left to explore our course and read about the experiences of our students, teachers and alumni.

Entry requirements

Visit the university's Undergraduate Study web pages for specific details on applying.

A Level: A*AA
IB: 40-41 points, with 776 at Higher Level

No specific subjects are required, and you do not need to have studied Religion or Philosophy of Religion.

For other qualifications, see the entrance requirements pages.

Any questions?

 
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