Research Courses and Further Study

Research courses and further study at Roehampton

MA/PG Dip Christian Ministry
This popular MA is designed for lay and ordained Christians with significant experience of working (paid/volunteer) in churches, mission agencies, or not-for-profit organisations.

MA/PG Dip Theology and Religious Studies
Study particular religious traditions, gain a broad understanding, hone research skills and discuss diverse global theologies at MA level.

MA/PG Dip Religion and Gender
This is a unique degree focused on questions of religion and gender and their implications for wider political, cultural and ethical issues.

MA/PG Dip Studies in Contemporary Catholicism
Examine Roman Catholicism since the Second Vatican Council, exploring doctrinal, theological and ethical issues including the diversity of global Catholicism today.

DTh Practical Theology
Study for a part-time doctorate with taught components on three study days per term for the first two years.

Postgraduate benefits at Roehampton

All PhD and research students in the department of Humanities benefit from:

  • strong supervisory arrangements;
  • access to the rich research resources of London;
  • links with world renowned scholars;
  • bursaries and teaching opportunities;
  • automatic membership of the School's Research Centres (such as the Research Group in Ministerial Theology);
  • automatic entry to the University's Graduate School.

The department also offers:

  • research events and seminars for research students to participate in;
  • a community of postgraduate students from across the university with whom to share ideas, network and foster friendship;
  • career advice;
  • assistance in identifying funding opportunities and resources for support.

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