Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion

The information below is provisional for entry in 2025.

Entry Details

  • Typical intake per year:  2

  • Minimum offer level 
    A Level:  A*AA 
    IB:  41-42 points with 776 at Higher Level 

  • Subject requirements 
    None specified

  • Useful preparation:  Religious Studies, Philosophy, English, History, Languages

  • Admissions assessment:  To be confirmed, see University admissions assessment pages

  • Submitted work:  Yes, required at Queens'

Course Details

Theology, Religion and Philosophy of Religion (TRPR) is an inherently interdisciplinary programme, which gives students the opportunity to develop skills and knowledge in fields as diverse as philosophy and ethics, languages and scripture, social science, history, and literature.

Information about the course structure, departmental teaching arrangements, offered topics and options can be found on the University of Cambridge website: TRPR Course Outline

TRPR at Queens'

Students at Queens' on the TRPR course will find themselves members of a relatively small and friendly Faculty, containing students from many different backgrounds; most study the subject out of interest as a general Arts subject, and some for vocational reasons.  You do not have to be ‘religious’ to study for this degree: students on this course belong to various religious traditions or to none.

TRPR at Queens' is supported by the Henry St John Hart Fund in Theological and Religious Studies.

Academic and Teaching Staff

  Professor Richard Rex, see also Professor Richard Rex | Faculty of Divinity

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