School of Divinity

Programme description

The dialogical framework of our MSc in Islam & Christian-Muslim Relations allows you to study multiple disciplines in both Islamic and Christian thought and practice.

Study Islamic and Christian traditions, not as mere historical artefacts, but as resources that transform the academic study of religion and engage public debates on the place of Islam, Christianity, and religion in society. The programme offers you opportunities for study and collaboration with world-renowned academics, with a view to tailoring a personalised path to doctoral study or to another relevant career.

Career opportunities

This programme is designed to prepare you for PhD work in the field or for careers with Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) or in academic publishing, think tanks, religious leadership, or national and international civil services.