Theology and Religious Studies

Undergraduate courses in theology, divinity and religious studies often tend to be inter-disciplinary in that they encourage students to think critically about the artistic, intellectual and cultural heritage and/or philosophical implications of seminal religious texts and traditions. Whether your interest in religion is personal, intellectual or vocational, an undergraduate course will train you to become a scholar of religions and develop a host of transferable skills, including independent writing, extensive research and analytical thinking, which may be useful for jobs in many fields.

American University

USA and 3 international AU Centers in Brussels Belgium, Nairobi Kenya, and Madrid Spain.

Selective

University of Bristol

UK

Highly Selective or Selective, depending on the programme.

University of Chichester

UK

Less Selective

University of Manchester

UK

Highly Selective

Northeastern University

USA

Highly Selective

Rutgers University

USA

Selective

UBC - University of British Columbia

Canada

Selective

University of Wisconsin-Madison

USA

Selective

University of Birmingham

UK, UAE

Somewhat Selective

Bryn Mawr College

USA

Selective

Fordham University

USA

Selective

Michigan State University

USA

Somewhat Selective

University of Pittsburgh

USA

Selective

SOAS University of London

UK

Selective

University College Utrecht

Netherlands

Selective

Boston University

USA

Highly Selective

Cardiff University

UK

Selective

Hampshire College

USA

Somewhat Selective

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

USA

Selective

University of Richmond

USA

Highly Selective if needing financial aid, Selective if not

Study Options

Australia, New Zealand

Open Admission, Less Selective, Somewhat Selective, Selective, Highly Selective

Wake Forest University

USA

Highly Selective

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