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Be part of a new generation of designers, engineers and researchers who are applying digital innovation to the creative sector by combining human-computer interaction with creative computing. Read more
If you work in the food supply chain, our online MSc Food Safety and Quality Management provides an ideal opportunity to consolidate your experience and learn more about your industry. Read more
The MSc Occupational Psychology is targeted at high calibre graduates of psychology who are intending to pursue a career in occupational psychology in its various guises and other associated careers. Read more
The MA in Chaplaincy Studies and Pastoral Work course provides the academic, pastoral, spiritual, personal and professional development for those already working or wishing to work in the contexts below who seek to enrich their skills in the areas of Faith Development, Chaplaincy and Chaplaincy Coordination. Read more
Pastoral care is important and relevant to all teaching practice, but being able to learn, evaluate and critically assess is a real skill which can enhance your professional practice and lead you to explore newer areas of guidance and support to help your students get the most from their study experience and life. Read more
Gain an in-depth understanding of pastoral theology as it relates to the goals of chaplaincy and care. This Masters degree is taught by Cambridge Theological Federation and accredited by ARU. Read more
Looking to build upon your Bachelor's degree in Theology or Religious Studies? Or perhaps you are engaged in pastoral work and seeking to deepen your theoretical insights? Where better than at KU Leuven, where theology has been taught and practised for nearly 600 years? KU Leuven's Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies has always acted as a think tank within the Catholic community. Read more
It is often said that the age in which we live is characterised by a "crisis of meaning". Many people sense the lack of clearly defined frameworks of beliefs and practices which would help to make sense of their work, relationships, and leisure. Read more