Oxford University Master of Theology in Applied Theology (part-time)
A part-time course taken over four years aimed at those already in ministry. The MTh degree, which is a higher degree of the University of Oxford, and is normally only open to those who have gained a good first degree and consists of two parts. For Part One, taught in the first two years, students are required to engage in theological reflection with others in organised seminars, and will also be given individual guidance through tutorials and essay supervision. All students must take two compulsory units in applied theology, and two options. The second part is a dissertation of 15,000-20,000 words on an aspect of applied theology written during the second two years. For Part One, each unit is externally examined by an extended essay of up to 7,000 words.
GRADUATE ADMISSIONS SELECTION CRITERIA FOR RIPON COLLEGE CUDDESDON
Applications are considered for any of the courses in which the College offers admission. The College can only admit for taught graduate degrees (MPhil, MSt, MTh) in the Faculty of Theology
Applications are usually considered by The Principal and the Tutor for Graduates
The College aims to admit a certain number of graduate students each year. The numbers admitted are limited by university regulation
The possession of competitively-won funding may be taken into account as an indicator of the applicant’s academic merit and potential
The final decision on whether to offer a place in the light of the overall competition for graduate places is usually taken by the Principal
Please note that any offer of a place will be subject to satisfactory financial evidence that the applicant can meet the tuition and living costs for the duration of their course. Please consult this guidance for more details http://www.ox.ac.uk/feesandfunding/fees/financialguarantee/
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