School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science

Postgraduate Virtual Open Days

29 November - 3 December

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New Masters courses

We have recently launched new courses in MA Science, History and Society and MA Global Ethical Challenges. Funding and scholarships are available.

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Free online course: History and Philosophy of Science in 20 Objects

Discover 20 interesting objects and how they have shaped our understanding of a range of topics, from the human mind, to creationism, genetics and even economics.

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History and Philosophy of Science Society

Discover what our students get up to on Museum Mondays with the History and Philosophy of Science Society.

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School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science

The School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science is committed to translating research into inspirational learning and teaching across a wide range of courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level. 

Join us to become a part of a lively, interdisciplinary and supportive community of students and staff from across the world.

The School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science is actively working to build a diverse and inclusive school community that supports all staff and students. Our Equality and Inclusion Lead is Dr Tasia Scrutton. You can find out more about our current projects and access staff and student resources here.

Studying with us

Study subjects that affect our lives on a daily basis and challenge yourself to gain the skills and tools that are needed to understand the contemporary world.

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Further your knowledge of your chosen subject with a Masters degree, postgraduate diploma or a postgraduate certificate. We offer part-time and distance-learning too.

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Become a key member of our academic research community and study in a supportive and challenging environment enabling you to pursue your research interests.

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