School of Divinity

Ethics & Practical Theology

Explore theoretical and practical approaches in areas such as environmental ethics, peace-building, and pastoral theology

Research Profile

The research interests of academic staff and graduate students in Ethics and Practical Theology encompass a range of theoretical and practical approaches to ethics, religion and theology, including environmental ethics, peace-building and reconciliation, ethical theory, and pastoral and practical theology.

Training and support

The ethos of the Graduate School is to promote excellence in postgraduate study, within a stimulating and supportive environment. We value equality and diversity in the School community, and an academic culture that is both critical and constructive.

Choose your research programme

You can choose from three research programmes: two Masters programmes and the PhD.

Facilities

The School of Divinity, one of the largest centres for the study of religion in the United Kingdom, is located in the historic setting of New College, close to Edinburgh Castle and overlooking Princes Street.

Entry requirements

For entry to Masters by Research, MPhil, or PhD, you should have a first degree in a relevant subject, showing academic training in the area of your research project. The standard should be a strong UK 2:1 honours degree (65% or above) or international equivalent. Relevant qualifications and experience will also be considered.

Fees and costs

Information on tuition fees

Scholarships and funding

In the School’s 2015 intake, about 50% of new postgraduates held some type of scholarship.

Further information

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Core staff

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