Master of Interreligious Studies
Learn about the similarities and the differences in the five big religions of the world!

Master of Interreligious Studies

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Contents of the Masters course

The influence of religion on any community is enormous. While the five world religions vary clearly in their religious practice, the moral foundations and assumptions are astoundingly similar in concept. In your Master of Interreligious Studies, you connect, compare and interpret the different religious beliefs and approaches and relate your findings to the societal context in general. This enables you a better understand of arising conflicts between religious groups, fundamentalists or even states.

The interreligious curriculum contains the analyses of sacred writings and traditions. You reflect what is in the writings with today’s day-to-day business. In order to conduct sound analyses, you use tools from sociology, history and ethnology, too.

Career perspectives with your Masters degree

The one- to two-year study duration ends with your entitlement as a Master of Arts in Interreligious Studies. With a qualification in Interreligious Studies, you open yourself interesting career prospects in any institution or organisation that demands for interconfessional competencies.

Study Interreligious Studies as a Masters course here:

    study programmes     universities
comprehensive profile   Master of Theological Studies (MTS)   comprehensive profile   Theologische Hochschule Friedensau
comprehensive profile   M.A. International Social Sciences   comprehensive profile   Theologische Hochschule Friedensau
  Theology   comprehensive profile   Radboud University
  Religious Studies   comprehensive profile   Radboud University
  Systematic and Philosophical Theology     University of Nottingham
  History of the Crusades     Cardiff University
  Theology and Religion (Research)     University of Exeter
  Religion     University of Kent
  Philosophy and Religion (MRes)     Bangor University
  Philosophical Theology     University of Oxford
  Theology and Religion (Research)     University of Birmingham
  Theological Ethics     University of Aberdeen
  Religious Studies     Lancaster University
  Islamic Studies     SOAS, University of London
  Ministry Studies (Malawi)     University of Aberdeen
  Palestine Studies     SOAS, University of London
  Buddhist Studies     University of South Wales
  Israeli Studies     SOAS, University of London
  Schools Chaplaincy     University of Chichester
  Religion in Global Politics     SOAS, University of London
  Eastern Christian Studies     University of Oxford
  Religious Education & SEN     Liverpool Hope University
  Biblical Studies     Durham University
  Social Anthropology (Religion in the Contemporary World)     London School of Economics and Political Science
  Public Theology     University of Chichester
  Quakerism in the Modern World     Lancaster University
  Christian Ministry     University of Roehampton
  Philosophy and Religion (MA)     Bangor University
  Philosophy of Religion and Ethics     University of Leeds
  Systematic Theology     University of Aberdeen
  Religious Studies     University of Chester
  Education and Religious Education     Liverpool Hope University
  Study of Religions     SOAS, University of London
  Christian Theology (Catholic Studies)     Durham University
  Buddhist Studies     SOAS, University of London
  Religion and Theology (Research)     University of Bristol
  Studies in Philosophy and Religion     Bangor University
  Religion     University of Bristol
  Religious Studies     Goldsmiths, University of London
  Analytic and Exegetical Theology     University of St Andrews
  ...     ...


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