You are very welcome here at the School of Religion, Trinity College Dublin, where you will find an open-minded and diverse set of scholarly approaches to the study of Religion and Theology as well as International Peace and Conflict Studies. We are ranked among the top such Schools in the world, within the top university in Ireland and one of the most historic and leading universities in the world.
We have two campuses, in Belfast and within Trinity College in Dublin, the latter being listed by Lonely Planet among the Top 500 Best Places on the Planet. Come and visit! Open Days are advertised here on the website for Undergraduate and Postgraduate taught programmes and if you are thinking of researching with us, you are encouraged to make direct contact with academic staff via the People page.
The School of Religion at Trinity tackles the big questions facing humanity by seeking to understand the roles of religion, peace-making and theology in their historical settings as well as in contemporary life. We do this under the headings of two disciplines – Religious Studies and Peace Studies.
Religious Studies at Trinity can trace its origins to the very foundation of the university and is pursued in a non-confessional way, meaning that we are aligned with an international academic community of scholars of Religion and Theology whose approach is critical and progressive. Our teaching is therefore for people of all faiths and of none. One of the best things about a degree in Religion is that it teaches you multiple modes of thinking – philosophical and historical and political and literary and anthropological, amongst others.
Peace Studies at Trinity is also a very significant discipline in the University, led by an international cohort of scholars many of whom are deeply involved in civic engagement and activism at local, national and international levels. Its teaching is all at post-graduate level, with a choice of Masters’ programmes, a Certificate in Mediation and a thriving post-graduate research culture.
Our students go on to find employment across a wide range of career trajectories, with particular concentrations in the non-profit sector, teaching, broadcasting, the public sector, NGO’s, government, advocacy and activism, religious ministry, academia, publishing, marketing, banking, law and management consultancy.
Join us! You’ll be most welcome.
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Prof. Siobhán Garrigan.