Taught Postgraduate Programmes
MA Religion in Late Antiquity
This MA programme offers a wide range of courses in Greco-Roman religions, Judaism, Christianity and Early Islam. Students can focus on historical topics or engage in comparative studies. They can work in several literary and scriptural traditions and opt for learning and studying one or several relevant languages in the field, including Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac and Arabic (not obligatory).
Assessment: Three modules assessed by written assignments (5000 words each) are followed by a thesis (18000 words) supervised by a lecturer / professor specialising in the chosen area.
Full time / part time: Students can enrol full time (for one year) or part time (for two years).
Support: Students will benefit from additional support offered by the Centre for Late Antique Religion and Culture.