Studentships and Bursaries - MSt in The Study of Jewish-Christian Relations
The MSt is a two-year, part-time University of Cambridge degree, offered by the CJCR in conjunction with the Faculty of Divinity and the Institute of Continuing Education. It offers you a unique opportunity to familiarize yourself in depth with Jewish-Christian relations from a variety of disciplinary perspectives (including history, sociology, political, cultural, and biblical studies) and acquire a Master’s degree from one of the world’s foremost universities.
The course is available residentially in Cambridge or via e-learning. You may choose to spend part (or all) of your second year working on your dissertation at one of the Austrian, Czech, German, Polish or Swiss universities with whom we have Erasmus agreements. If you are thinking of pursuing a relevant PhD after the MSt, the Faculty of Divinity may recognize the MSt as the first year of study towards your doctorate.
To be admitted to the MSt, you will need a good first degree in an Arts and Humanities or Social Sciences discipline.
For further information please go to: http://www.woolf.cam.ac.uk/courses/mst.asp
The CJCR can currently offer up to two studentships covering tuition fees for both years (for UK/EU or international students) and a number of bursaries covering part of the tuition fees for entrants wishing to pursue the MSt beginning in the autumn of 2012.
If you have queries or intend to apply, please contact Emma Harris, at your earliest convenience: firstname.lastname@example.org