Uniquely placed to delve into London’s cultural and historical heritage, Roehampton’s Department of Humanities offers a diverse range of programmes in History, Philosophy, Classical Civilisation, Theology and Religious Studies.

Theology students are able to draw are able to draw on the University’s long-standing expertise as a centre for Christian education, with three of its four founding colleges having Christian origins. A number of internationally significant research groups, such as the Research Group in Ministerial Theology and the Digby Stuart Research Centre for Religion, Society and Human Flourishing continue this tradition into the present day.

Julian Gotobed
This programme is designed to enhance and equip the ministry of Christian leaders in congregations, in charitable organisations, and in other contexts.
Dr. Julian Gotobed - Lecturer in Ministerial Theology

What to expect from our online theology and leadership degree:

  • To learn to examine the practice of leadership, ethical convictions and intercultural communication in ministry contexts
  • To blend theological doctrine with leadership skills and analytical reflection through the lens of theology to evaluate contemporary issues faced by Christian organisations
  • To study an innovative programme that has been developed with insights from experts from varied denominational backgrounds, and experience working with churches all over the world

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