07.01.2009 [středa], kategorie: Studium

Studium židovsko-křesťanských vztahů v Cambridge

Den otevřených dveří 7. ledna 2009 v Praze

Take an opportunity to discuss a Master of Studies in The Study of Jewish–Christian Relations (MSt) with staff from Cambridge at an open day on Wednesday 7 January 2009 at 14:00 at the main building of Filosoficka fakulta UK (Palachovo namesti 2, Praha 1), room 129.

About the MSt

The MSt represents a unique opportunity to study for a qualification at a university with a world-wide reputation for outstanding academic achievement and interdisciplinarity.

Students gain a Master's level grounding in the study of Jewish–Christian relations with guidance on, and training in, research techniques. The programme combines religious, biblical, philosophical and cultural studies, with history, political science and international relations to explore the foundations and current state of Jewish–Christian relations and their place in a wider society.
This Master of Studies is offered by The Centre for the Study of Jewish–Christian Relations in conjunction with the Faculty of Divinity and the Institute of Continuing Education. The Faculty of Divinity accepts that the MSt includes sufficient training in research to count towards the minimum requirements of the PhD. It can be considered and treated as comparable to the first year of full-time doctoral work.
Students can study either in Cambridge or largely via e-learning. A number of student bursaries are available.
For further information, see http://www.woolfinstitute.cam.ac.uk/cjcr/courses/mst.php

Programme of the open day:

1. Introduction to the MSt and its pursuit at the University of Cambridge
2. Lecture:
Jewish–Christian Relations: current state of study and its implications on practice
3. Discussion with staff from the MSt from Cambridge.

Refreshments provided.