|City||Student Scholarships||Category||Duration||Admission Requirements||Education Institution|
|Copenhagen, Aarhus||SU berettiget||Bachelors||4 year||Bachelor||
University of Copenhagen
|Student Scholarships||SU berettiget|
University of Copenhagen
Theology is an exciting study with many challenges. From the start of the study will familiarize you with several of theology history's great thinkers like Augustine, Grundtvig, Luther and Thomas Aquinas. You will face challenges from non-Christian religions as well as the scientific description of Christianity. In the program you learn to master the languages Hebrew, Greek and Latin. It is the language that the Bible and many theological texts originally written on and you learn, then to interpret the original texts. The study requires a lot from you and challenge your habitual thinking, inter alia, because. its three language subjects.
Theology is a historical study. Actually it is, the oldest academic subjects and the starting point for "invention " of the university's traditional three disciplines. In addition to the language courses, which is a large part of the training, you will also have to study subjects such as old-fashioned and New Testament. Here you read and interpret the Scriptures in the light of their cultural background and their impact on modern exegesis. You will also have to be the subject of church history where you read texts from the first to the 21st century, this is also based on their political and cultural contemporaries. The three strands in the systematic field is dogma that is the doctrine of the Christian faith in the past and present.
Ethics and religion philosophy that examines Christianity interaction with contemporaries, and mission theology and theology økumentisk working with Christianity's dialogue with other religions and with the internal discussions Christian communities in between. During the training you have the opportunity to take courses at another institution, or on a different university. It could also be at a foreign university. It is also possible to participate in a field project or take an internship at a Danish church abroad or such. DR 's sincerity editorial. Samholdet with the other students at school is essential as there is a need for support and assistance particularly to those of many harsh language subjects. In addition to the fairly large tutorial, there are also group lessons and lectures where you jævntlig will have to make presentations to the class in conjunction with your reading group. Most exams are conducted by oral eksaminisioner but written assignments are also common. The social aspect of the study is filled with opportunities. You are quick at ease in your reading group and there are lot of nice places you can sit and work at the faculty shared with the studies of religion and Arabic . The students have their own magazine, Figenbladet which is published every month and of course there are associated with a good canteen, located in Stakladen. Here are also held fun festivities going. Every Friday you can also find beer and drinks in Theo's bar, there are theologians Friday.
Priest in the Danish Church (after finishing graduate), intermediary, religion teacher, organization employee.
Special admission requirements
Danish A History A English B Greek Latin A * A * If you need some subject levels, you can take them as supplementary courses. Read more here. * Do not have the levels, you can take courses related to education.
Related student jobs
Internship at churches, work in organizations, educational work, temporary.