Religion, Philosophy and Ethics, BA - 2017/18

Canterbury Christ Church University
In Canterbury

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Typology Bachelor's degree
Location Canterbury
Start September
  • Bachelor's degree
  • Canterbury
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Fact file UCAS code V627 Religion, Philosophy and Ethics Length 3 years full-time6 years part-time Starts September 2017 Entry requirements A typical offer would be 112 UCAS Tariff points . More entry requirement details. Location Canterbury School Humanities More about Religion, Philosophy & Ethics

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Starts Location
North Holmes Road, CT1 1QU, Kent, England
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Starts September
North Holmes Road, CT1 1QU, Kent, England
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Nursing Studies: Adult Nursing, BSc - 2016/17

Charlie Bugsy
5.0 27/04/2017
What I would highlight: I finished my Nursing Studies at Canterbury Christ Church University last month. I really enjoyed my time there on the nursing course.. Plenty of good memories and times... Just an amazing experience, I have no regrets. These past three years have set me up for the rest of my life. I chose this university based on its location, wide open campus and that the course I wanted to do was interesting. I enjoyed my time as an undergraduate here, which further reinforced my decision to do a post-graduate. Also there were over 50 pubs within the city walls - now come on!
What could be improved: Nothing
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

Nursing Studies: Adult Nursing, BSc - 2016/17

Carly Hough
3.0 01/09/2011
What I would highlight: Practice placements were definitely the best part of the course. Gaining experience in different clinical areas was really interesting. The opportunity to work as part of a team is great and it helps with the transition from student to qualified nurse.
What could be improved: I personally felt that the balance between academic modules such as ethics and research, were focused on a lot more than practice related modules. Knowledge and understanding of these subjects is really important in our line of work, however I felt there was a lot more time spent on this, and no where near enough time spent on areas such as anatomy and physiology and pharmacology. I feel that more knowledge of these subjects would have Increased my confidence when starting out in the profession.
Would you recommend this course?: Yes
Did this opinion help you? Yes (0)

What you'll learn on the course

Religion Philosophy

Course programme

Are you fascinated by religions and their role in shaping our diverse, globalised, and multicultural world? Do you enjoy reading philosophy, thinking about philosophy, and arguing about philosophy? Are you impressed with the seriousness of ethical questions, and want to explore issues challenging people today? Do you value open minded, independent, and critical thinking? If so, you will enjoy studying Religion, Philosophy and Ethics. Religious, philosophical and ethical concerns feature regularly in the media, and underpin a range of often contested issues in the world we share. A sound knowledge and in-depth appreciation of philosophical and ethical issues and their relationship to a range of religious traditions can be crucial in making sense of contemporary society. Our degree offers a challenging and stimulating course that encourages critical thinking and offers the opportunity for lively debate. Top reasons to study Religion, Philosophy and Ethics New thematic focus on Social Justice Particular expertise in Christianity and close links with Canterbury Cathedral Range of courses in ethics in different religious traditions; caring approach to students; small class sizes that allow for discussions and debates Students on this programme are also eligible to apply to study for a year in North America as part of their degree. “I must say that I have nothing but praise for the quality of teaching, intellectual enquiry and stimulation, and professional support I have received at undergraduate and graduate level, from both the teaching and non-teaching staff.” Stéphane Saulnier

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