This joint and international Religious Roots of Europe programme offered by the University of Oslo. The programme is a cooperation between the five Nordic universities of Aarhus, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Lund and Oslo, and is based on online teaching, as well as seminars both at the host institutions and Nordic institues in the Mediterranean area.
The Religious Roots of Europe programme is delivered by University of Oslo.
Graduates of the Religious Roots of Europe programme will be able to pursue a number of different career paths in which theological, religious, and cultural expertise are needed.
At present, expertise in religious perspectives and questions is increasingly valued in various functions in society and different kind of companies and corporations.
The task of forming a successful career based on knowledge of religion requires an openness to diverse perspectives and a readiness to construct relevant connections.
The RRE programme is an elite education that qualifies students to apply for further education to do innovative scholarly work, e.g., in PhD programmes.
The qualified teaching staff of the programme provides students with both specialized up-to-date knowledge and the relevant communication skills that are highly valued in current job markets.
The modules of every single term must be examined before the student can be examined for the modules of the next. There is a steady progression culminating in the fourth term with the master’s thesis. It follows that the master’s thesis should be assessed as the final module in the Programme.
As part of the Programme there will be two to three compact seminars in the first term, two in the second, and two in the third. The seminars will be held at the host institutions. Travel and accommodation are financed by the students.
You can apply until:
Always verify the dates on the programme website.
You only need to take one of these language tests:
Minimum required score:
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Admission to master's degree studies requires:
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