The MA in Cultural Astronomy and Astrology Program
The examines the ways that human beings relate to the sky (through astrology, astronomy, and cosmology), using approaches from history, sociology, anthropology, and philosophy. Students work from home and course material is delivered via the web, email, and video conferencing.
Thecan be taken part-time, over a period of up to four years. You can find details of applications, fees, and course content online
Entry into the MA in Cultural Astronomy & Astrology Programme
Normally applicants are required to have a B.A. degree in a relevant subject (such as in history, anthropology, or the study of religions) however, in this instance, students, who either do not have a degree in the relevant discipline, or who do not have a first degree (B.A. or B.Sc.), can be accepted on the basis of prior experience and learning.
In this instance, we may ask applicants to write a 3,000 word academic essay, of which we will discuss and provide advice for at the intensive.
The Scholarship Offer for Delegates of the Zurich Intensive Only
If you both commit yourself to applying for the firstname.lastname@example.org, for details of the latest fee structure, especially fees for international (non EU) students.and submit your application within six week of the intensive (by Monday 3rd July, 2011) you will receive a scholarship of 20% of the fees payable in your first year of study. For a student in the European Union paying full-time fees in the year 2010-11, the value of the scholarship would therefore be £688. Please e mail Dr Nicholas Campion,