The Department of Theology and Religion is delighted to announce that it is launching two more new programmes for undergraduate entry via UCAS in 2014 - a three-year Bachelor of Divinity (BD) and a four-year Master of Divinity (MDiv). Both these programmes will emphasise the traditional theological disciplines including church history, biblical studies and theology, with an opportunity to study biblical and other ancient languages. The MDiv is a four-year programme which will enable students to graduate with an undergraduate Master’s degree - Theology is the first department in the College of Arts and Law to pioneer this type of programme. Both programmes will be available for admission via UCAS before the end of November.

Further detail will be made available here in the next couple of weeks, but in the mean time, you can contact the programme leader Dr Andrew Davies on or the programme admissions tutor Professor Stephen Pattison on for information.