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The MPhil in Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion is a nine-month full-time, or one-year-and-nine-month part-time, master's course. The MPhil offers the opportunity for advanced study in Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion across the full range of disciplines and with a strong focus on research. Students can draw on the expertise of leading scholars from a wide range of subjects, which allows both for specialisation and for interdisciplinary approaches.
The MPhil is designed for students who wish to study their subject interest at an advanced level but also to enable those who wish to undertake further research at a doctoral level to acquire the necessary skills and understanding. The course has the following streams: Anglican Studies, Christian Theology,
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Applicants should have achieved a UK High II.i Honours Degree.
First or II.i honours degree with marks of at least 67 per cent or a GPA of at least 3.8 in the US system (in relevant subjects).
New Testament and Early Christianity applicants are required to have at least two years' study of New Testament Greek.
Old Testament applicants must have knowledge of the relevant biblical languages notably Biblical Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek.
Religions in Antiquity applicants must have knowledge of Greek or Latin.
Consistently ranked among the top 5 universities worldwide, the University of Cambridge offers a world leading postgraduate education. With a global outlook and reach, the University of Cambridge’s mission is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning and research at the highest international levels of excellence. It is this passion and enthusiasm for study and research that we look for in those seeking postgraduate study at Cambridge.Read more
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