Different religions under one roof: dialogical learning in an interfaith setting
In this programme, you can choose your own path. The programme consists of core courses, in-depth courses related to your profile, and electives. The core courses are taught in English and followed by all students, meaning that you study alongside students from different countries, cultures, and faiths. You will learn about the principles and practices of Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism, and Islam. Attention is paid to historical developments, doctrines, ethics, and the shared practices and imagery of different religions. You also delve into hermeneutics and the social sciences. The courses linked to your profile familiarise you with specific disciplines.
- Religious Studies
Interested in academically studying religion in historical and contemporary contexts? Do you want to specialise in Buddhism or Hinduism? Select this profile.
Want to delve into the Koran and Hadith? Select Islamic profile courses.
Prefer to focus on the theology of a the Christian tradition? Then the theological profile is for you. If you want, you can choose to follow courses within the tradition of one of the Christian seminaries, such as the Baptist seminary, the Restored Reformed seminary, the Evangelical-Reformed or the Mennonite-Anabaptist seminary. You can also opt for following an Evangelical-Reformed track within this profile.
Read more about the content for each specialisation below. You can take this programme part-time or full-time.
This programme starts September 1st.