Want to try a postgraduate university course before you apply?
This MA Taster day will provide prospective postgraduate students with a taste of what a course at Heythrop is like. You will have the opportunity to hear and meet some of our most experienced lecturers and gain an insight into the additional facilities available in the College.
Stay all day (with lunch included) or dip in and out – all free!
The programme for the day is as follows:
10.00 Arrive, register, coffee
10.30 Interreligious Relations / Abrahamic Religions - The Impact of Modernity on Abrahamic Religions: The Muslims' Reactions(Dr Ahmad Achtar)
Contemporary Ethics - Ethics and Contemporary Morality: What’s the Difference? (Dr Anna Abram)
11.30 Biblical Studies - Society Structures and Paul's Assembly in Corinth (Dr Jonathan Norton)
Psychology of Religion -Has Psychological Understanding Put God in Question? A New Look at Freud and Jung (Prof Rachel Blass)
12.30 Philosophy -Sceptical Moves in Classroom Debates and their Resolution (Dr Stephen Law)
1.30 Lunch (provided)
2.30 Christian Spirituality - Themes in Christian Spirituality (Dr Edward Howells)
Christian Theology - Creation, Salvation and the Structure of Christian Theology (Dr Martin Poulsom)
3.30 Canon Law - The Church, Money and Public Benefit (Dr Helen Costigane)
Pastoral Theology -Keeping Faith in Practice: Theology in Action (Dr James Sweeney)
If you have any queries about the day, please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com
When & Where
Heythrop College, University of London
Heythrop College has specialised in Philosophy and Theology since 1614 and has an international reputation for academic excellence as part of University of London.
We offer challenging, thought-provoking and relevant postgraduate degrees across philosophy, theology, religions, ethics and psyhcology.
Heythrop is an inclusive College where you are known as an individual. Heythrop College is located in a quiet square in Kensington, with extensive libraries, teaching facilities and accommodation onsite. Students also have access the a wide range of social, sporting and academic opportunities offered by the central facilities of the University of London in Bloomsbury.