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Heythrop College

Heythrop College, founded in 1614, is a specialist college with one of the largest Theology and Philosophy faculties in Britain. Heythrop offers an education experience that respects all faiths and perspectives and a tight-knit community of just under 1000 students and scholars.

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The College has among its lecturers some of the leading thinkers in their fields.

The College, which joined The University of London in 1970, has among its lecturers some of the leading thinkers in their fields. Heythrop’s library is home to one of the largest collections of philosophic and theological texts in the UK.

As well as its traditional undergraduate degrees in theology and philosophy, Heythrop offers several combined programmes spanning various aspects of philosophy, religious studies and politics.

The Heythrop Association of Alumni gives alumni access to seminars, conferences and social events.

Heythrop will be closing permanently after the end of the 2017/18 academic year. The College will continue to engage in research and publications during this time.