School of Divinity

Undergraduate study

Invest in your future and explore the many fascinating aspects of Theology and Religious Studies at the School of Divinity

Why study here?

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A welcoming community, extensive course choice, and a rare combination of tradition and cutting-edge research and teaching make the School of Divinity a world-class academic environment in which to pursue your undergraduate studies.

Degree programmes

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At the University of Edinburgh, honours degrees are designed to include four years of study to give you a broader and more flexible education. These allow you to try a range of subjects before specialising. Even if you know exactly what you want to do; you can study additional subjects and add depth to your education.

International information

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Information for prospective undergraduate international students, visiting undergraduates from other institutions, and current students as the University of Edinburgh wishing to study abroad.

Student community & suppport

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To enquire about any aspect of studying at the School of Divinity in the first instance please contact the University Undergraduate Admissions Office through their website below.

Money matters

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Financial information for undergraduate students in the School of Divinity.

What our students think

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The School of Divinity was rated at 94% for overall student satisfaction rate in the most recent National Student Survey.

Visit us

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If you are considering studying with us at the University of Edinburgh, it is always a good idea to arrange a visit to explore our campus and what we have to offer.

How to apply

Information on how to apply to one of our undergraduate degree programmes.

How to apply