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Heythrop College

At the University of London’s Heythrop College, Coexist helped establish the world’s first Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts programmes focused on the Abrahamic Religions

Coexist helped establish the world's first Bachelors and Masters of Arts on the Abrahamic Religions

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At the University of London’s Heythrop College, Coexist helped establish the world’s first Bachelor of Arts and Master of Arts programmes focused on the Abrahamic Religions covering Jewish, Christian and Muslim sacred texts, traditions, ethics, philosophy, languages and law.

The degrees provide a sound knowledge of religions to use directly in teaching.

They enhance the capacity to identify common ground, to understand and respect the views of others and to engage in dialogue, providing many areas of employment which deal with diverse communities.

These degrees provide preparation for careers involving policy making and working with people from a range of cultural and religious backgrounds.

Heythrop is one of the UK’s foremost centres for religious education.

For more information visit heythrop.ac.uk

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