Join a timely debate about the role of faith and belief, and acquire skills to interpret the world from a theological perspective. This Masters degree is taught by Cambridge Theological Federation and accredited by ARU.
Throughout this course, you'll be supported to:
The MA Contemporary Faith and Belief in the Global Context course is offered with a full-time workload (one year) or part-time (two years), and you'll study with Cambridge Theological Federation. You can choose to study in Cambridge or online (distance learning). There is also the option to study for one of two intermediate awards: a PG Cert and a PG Dip.
Apply by 31 August for a September start.
Please note that to apply for this course, you must be a member of one of the Federation’s member institutions.
To find out more about the MA Contemporary Faith and Belief in the Global Context and studying with Cambridge Theological Foundation, visit the Foundation's website.
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Following the course, our hope is that you will be able to contribute to social transformation through continued critical reflection and engagement with personal, organisational, and public values and ethics.
Cambridge Theological Federation is an ecumenical partnership of twelve institutions, with students from 30 different countries. It is based in the centre of Cambridge, and offers postgraduate courses in person or by distance learning.
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