Academic training

Students at Margaret Beaufort have access to academic teaching and supervision at the highest levels.

This is delivered by Institute staff, and by academics and teachers across the Cambridge Theological Federation (CTF) and leads to degrees awarded by either the University of Cambridge, Durham University or Anglia Ruskin University.

Students also have access to lectures and seminars in the Divinity Faculty of the University of Cambridge.

Catholic Theology and Practice
The Institute’s own award, given for participation in the weekly afternoon session ‘Life and Service in the Catholic Tradition’.

Undergraduate awards
Bachelor of Theology for Ministry: A full-time, three-year University of Cambridge degree.

Diploma in Theology for Ministry: A flexible University of Cambridge award that can be taken full or part-time.

Taught Masters Programmes
We have four taught MAs accredited by Anglia Ruskin University in Contemporary Ethics, Spirituality, Pastoral Care and Chaplaincy, and Contemporary Faith and Belief.

Professional Doctorate in Practical Theology
Geared to men and women in a work or practice-based setting.

Postgraduate research degrees
MPhil and PhD degrees are available through Anglia Ruskin University and the University of Cambridge. They are open to men and women candidates through the Institute.