Career prospects

Religious Diversity in Europe

The Master's in Religious Diversity in Europe prepares you for a broad range of career opportunities.

The Job Market

After completing the Master's programme you will have gained insight into a wide variety of religious phenomena from different time periods within Europe and have acquired the ability and skills to analyse them. Graduates of the programme can find a job in education, journalism, scientific research, cultural management and leadership positions that require expertise in the field of religious diversity.

An academic career

Graduates who wish to pursue a PhD position in the field of Religious Studies can also opt to continue their studies in the Research Master's programme Religious Studies. Students who have completed one of the one-year programmes of the Master's in Theology and Religious Studies are usually able to complete the two-year Research Master's programme in one year. Due to the limited number of places available in the research programme, all applicants must undergo a selection procedure.

Published by  Faculty of Humanities

7 November 2017