Program director: Davor Džalto,
Director of Studies: Johan Andersson, email@example.com
Length: 1 year, 60 ECTS credits
Type of instruction: On-campus
Study Pace: Full-time (100%)
Language of Instruction: English
Level: University – Second cycle
How to apply? Apply through www.universityadmissions.se or www.antagning.se (from March 15)
This program explores the interaction and mutual influences between theological ideas, religious beliefs and practices, and modern (secular) society and the contemporary globalization processes. Approaching these phenomena from an Eastern Christian perspective, the courses in this program will help students learn about how theology and Church practice relate to the ever changing social and political environments, how ideology (both within the Church and in society) structures our perception of the social sphere, and how one can engage with social and political contexts and democratic processes in a constructive and creative way.
The program equips students with theoretical knowledge, critical analysis and writing skills necessary for future work as professionals (e.g., educators, ministers, public servants, analysts, NGO personnel and activists).
Cost of study
The program is tuition-free for citizens of Sweden, citizens of an EU / EEA country or of Switzerland who hold a valid Swedish residence permit. Students coming from countries other than those listed above are required to pay tuition fees. See Fees&Finance
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