The study of religion is vital for understanding the world we live in. At Leeds we teach the full range of approaches to religion - and are particularly interested in why and how religion matters for public life.
Theology and Religious Studies is an exciting and challenging degree course that lets you engage with philosophy, social sciences, history, literature, languages and more.
You will be taught by enthusiastic staff who are leading researchers in their fields.
You can gain skills through fieldwork with local religious communities, group presentations, debating in seminars, and researching a dissertation.
You will have the chance to study abroad, through the Department's established links with universities overseas, or through University-wide schemes.
You will study the religions with empathy and a critical distance, alongside people of all faiths and none.
And you will live in a lively and diverse city, which is an ideal place to learn about what religion means today - and to enjoy all the other aspects of student life.