University of London-Heythrop Collegehttp://www.heythrop.ac.uk/
Heythrop was originally a religious foundation and set up in 1614 by the Society of Jesus (the Jesuits) to train its own members. Since 1970, it has been a college of the University of London. After many moves in its nearly 400-year history, Heythrop is now situated in Kensington Square, an oasis of calm in one of the world's busiest capital cities.
Heythrop is a specialist college, offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Theology, Philosophy, the combination of the two, and combined Psychology degrees. All degrees awarded at Heythrop College are degrees and the study for these degrees is full-time over three years. The BA in Theology, Psychology and Philosophy, Psychology and Theology and Abrahamic Religions may be studied part time over six years.
In addition, Heythrop College offers the two research degrees of the University of London in the broad areas of Philosophy and Theology, which includes the Psychology of Religion.
The Heythrop Institute for Religion, Ethics, and Public Life is part of Heythrop College, which specialises in Philosophy and Theology and is itself part of the University of London. The Institute was established in 2003 as a centre for rigorous and creative reflection on contemporary issues. Its purpose is to be both a resource and a stimulus in formulating Christian responses to the many complex questions that arise.
University of London-Heythrop College
Kensington Square, W8 5HQ, London
Greater London, London Region
Tel: 0207 795 6600, Fax: 0207 795 4200