Religion and Literature
This innovative new Masters programme offers deep and broad study of the relationship between all genres of literature and a wide range of religious traditions, thoughts and practices.
About the programme
The programme offers students the opportunity to explore literary and religious texts and ideas, including the history of the emerging field as well as current issues in both areas of study and in their interaction.
This programme is taught over one year full-time (or two years part-time), mainly in small classroom/seminar groups.
A UK 2:1 honours degree, or its international equivalent, with a mark of at least 65%, in a relevant humanities subject such as theology, religious studies, or English Literature.
Scholarships and funding
Awards are made for both Masters and PhD programmes
Fees and costs
Information on tuition fees
Please contact the Graduate School or the Programme Director