This programme, taught entirely within the Department, combines the study of religion with work on ethics and philosophy. You will also have the opportunity to study ethical and religious concepts philosophically in the context of literature, film and history TEACHING STYLE We strongly believe that teaching and research should be closely related. All our teaching staff are research-active, many enjoying international reputations as leaders in their fields. Our commitment to original research means that we can introduce students to advances and emerging ideas across a diverse range of fields being explored by our staff. STRUCTURE OF PROGRAMMES & ASSESSMENT Methods of assessment vary between modules, but typically involve some coursework (usually an essay) and a written examination, although a few modules are assessed in only one of these methods. LOCATION As befits a capital city that is home to a mix of people of hugely diverse backgrounds, London offers tremendous opportunities for the student of religion. Numerous religious groups with their very different beliefs and rituals, as well as artistic traditions exhibited in places of worship, exist on the department’s doorstep. Unrivalled resources enabling us to put those facets into context are close at hand: looking beyond the College, we can turn to the National Archives, the British Library, the British Museum, the National Gallery, the Victoria and Albert Museum, and Lambeth Palace Library, to name only a few. The Department is located on the Strand Campus.