Under exceptional circumstances a supervisor may be found outside the Faculty of Theology and Religion.
Teaching is organised by your Director of Studies, appointed by the faculty, who may or may not be based in your college or Permanent Private Hall.
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This course offers an intensive period of study which you will complete either in nine months as a full-time student or in twenty-one months as a part-time student.
Depending on the combination of papers you choose, you may write either two short essays of up to 4,000 words each, or one long essay of up to 8,000 words in place of one written examination.
The essay subjects will be approved by the Faculty of Theology and Religion and the tutor teaching the paper.
Alternatively, you might prefer to focus on a single area, for example, the sources and formations of Hinduism, modern Hinduism and further studies in Hinduism or in feminist approaches to religion.
There is a wide range of options available but please note that not all options will be available every year.