Do you want to learn where a PhD in Religions and Theology could take you?
Students graduating with a PhD in Religions and Theology from The University of Manchester have a ticket to a range of exciting career opportunities that extends beyond an academic career.
While half of our graduates go on to research roles or to teach the next generation of bright minds, many of our alumni go on to pursue careers in the clergy, the natural and social sciences, and policy-making.
Read through our A PhD in Religions and Theology – where next? presentation for facts and figures about where our students go after graduating.
Ruth is a civil servant engaging with multilateral fisheries and agriculture negotiations at the World Trade Organisation.
Richard M Benda
Richard is a tutor and Fellow at Luther King House College, a visiting lecturer at the University of Chester and an Associate Fellow at Stellenbosch University. He is also an international consultant on post-conflict recovery policies.