3.94 / 5
3.94 / 5

Theology & religious studies, University of Exeter

6 Reviews by Students #14 out of 36 UK Universities for Theology & religious studies

Covid-19 Response

TEACHING MODE:
On-campus.
OPEN DAYS:
Selection of virtual open days recordings available online.
TEACHING NOTES:
They will deliver the vast majority of teaching face-to-face on campus while having online, flexible learning to complement your on-campus sessions. Students must wear face coverings when in indoor spaces inside all buildings, including all teaching rooms, laboratories, meeting rooms, shared offices and communal areas.
This is the latest available data taken from the exeter.ac.uk website on 17th January 2022. Read all universities responses in our Covid-19 university response article.

6 Theology & religious studies reviews at University of Exeter


Student Review: 5 /5

Liberal Arts, MLibArts Hons

By member1165333 On 11th January 22

A good course, university is delivering just what is expected

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Student Review: 3 /5

Liberal Arts, BA Hons

By member1357562 On 10th May 21

everything online :/ which has made interaction really rough

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Student Review: 4 /5

Theology and Religion, BA Hons

By member946621 On 9th March 20

The course is a bit too broad. They try so hard to be 'inclusive' and 'open-minded' that a lot of the basics and base information you need is quickly glossed over. If you are looking for a traditional theology degree you can definitely get that here but you will have to go out of your way and chase it a bit more. The course lets you choose what you want to get from it. You have a lot of freedom to take the classes that interest you and aren't just forced a certain set of classes for all three years. I really enjoy my course and love the information I am learning. It is consistently challenging and exciting, but definitely not easy. I highly recommend this program for those with a passion for humanities looking at it through the questions surrounding God and religion.

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Student Review: 3 /5

Liberal Arts, BA Hons

By member1246399 On 4th March 20

All dependent upon what you specialise it. I essentially got rid of my minors and got a normal humanities degree. Good enough to get me into a good master's degree, but I wouldn't recommend.

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Student Review: 3 /5

Liberal Arts, BA Hons

By member916363 On 5th October 15
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Student Review: 4 /5

Theology and Religion, BA Hons

By member85127 On 25th March 15
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