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  Postgraduate studies in Theology, Ministry and Mission

Sarum College    Masters Programmes

Full time & Part time September PGCert, PGDip, MA 2-3 years
Theology & Religious Studies (34)

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Are you interested in deepening your knowledge and understanding of theology? Look no further than our postgraduate studies in Theology, Ministry and Mission at Sarum College. These flexible programmes are perfect for those with a previous degree in theology. Choose from a Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma, or MA, with qualifications taking between one and three years to complete. Our rigorous and imaginative approach combines online learning, seminars, residential experiences, and practical supervision. With a focus on topics such as modern theology, biblical studies, and mission, you'll develop advanced skills in theological reflection and research. Join our vibrant learning community and take your theological journey to the next level. Entry requirements include a degree in theology or religious studies. Visit Sarum College to find out more about these exciting postgraduate pathways.

About the course

These programmes are suitable for those with a previous degree in theology.

Independent students can study for a Postgraduate Certificate, Postgraduate Diploma or MA on flexible pathways to suit a range of circumstances. Qualifications usually take between one and three years of study. These programmes are particularly suited to those in lay ministry, curates and continuing ministerial development.  

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Entry Requirements

degree in theology


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Student Profile

Larissa, an independent study training for Ordained Ministry on the MA pathway

Graduated in 2021

'I had hoped to have the opportunity of completing an MA in theology sooner after completing my degree, but never really had the opportunity for practical reasons, so I was grateful for the opportunity to follow a PG pathway and this attracted me to Sarum.

I feel I have gained a breadth of theological understanding ... (and) more theological insight at my fingertips now that I am near the end of my training. I feel this is good preparation for ministry. The qualification is also an advantage when applying for roles.

There are lots of opportunities to link what we’re learning and reflecting on, to practical situations in the church and world. There are also opportunities to look at church in practice and new models of church.

(With postgraduate study) ... you have more freedom in some respects than you do with the undergraduate pathway. I appreciate the space to explore your own interests.'

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