Faculty of Arts

Distance learning

Distance learning means that you can study at home or wherever suits you, without having to make regular trips to the University. You will:

  • study the same sorts of modules as students on campus, using materials prepared and supported by the same staff

  • learn from staff who are experts in both their chosen field and distance learning

  • access scholarly materials online through 'Moodle', our virtual learning environment

Masters degrees

Applied English MA

Systematic and Philosophical Theology MA

PhD degrees

Theology PhD

Religious Studies PhD

What our students say

 
 I have only positive things to say about the MA programme in general, and feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to work with such committed, motivating, competent and enthusiastic lecturers. I also thoroughly enjoyed the summer school experiences, and am glad that I managed to attend three! 
 

Lisa Macwan
MA in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching

I could honestly have not wished for a better experience as a distance learner. It seems to me that every effort has been made to integrate distance students into the intellectual and practical life of the department, wherever possible. Alongside the extremely high quality of teaching and in depth, sacrificial mentoring, this makes for a wonderful learning experience that I'd be happy to recommend to anyone. A brilliant course that has really helped me to hone my skills and extend my interests.
 

Tim Boniface
MA Systematic and Philosophical Theology 

Faculty of Arts

University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD

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