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Part-time religion available on course

GOLDSMITHS' College offers "the only part-time degree in Religious Studies available in the South East", says Andrew Louth, head of the Religious Studies department there.

The course is taken over four years and leads to a BA degree in Religious Studies of the University of London.

"Recruitment has suffered recently because of doubt over Religious Studies at Goldsmiths' College", says Mr Louth who contends that the course is ideally suited to mature students who are in other occupations.

The prospectus to the course describes it as an ideal way to equip teachers with the wider demands of Religious Education in schools, especially in multicultural Britain.

"All (on the course) have been • united in a desire to understand something of the, variety of human religious response, often. so as to understand more deeply the multi-cultural society of modern Britain," it says.

Further details for the course may be obtained from: The Registry, University of London Goldsmiths' College, New Cross, London SE14, Tel 01 692 7171.




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