A degree in Religion or Philosophy opens up a broad range of career opportunities. The key transferable skills gained will make you a valuable asset to employers in whatever career path you choose. You’ll graduate with a greater knowledge of cultural differences and alternate perspectives, greatly enhancing your ability to manage or work with others.
Stirling graduates with a Philosophy or Religion degree have gone on to a diverse range of careers in areas such as:
Philosophy research at the University of Stirling falls broadly within the analytic tradition, and is organised around three clusters:
Our Religion research uses a distinctive “Critical Religion” methodology to interrogate the historical construction and limitations of the term religion, and to ask positive but searching questions about the place of religious discourse – and discourse on religion – in contemporary societies. There are three main themes: