Requirements for applying to the Religious Roots of Europe programme:

– A Bachelor’s degree in a field of study that is relevant to the programme (e.g., theology, religious studies, classical philology, Semitic languages, ancient history, classical archeology). The applicant must have, or anticipate getting, a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized and internationally acknowledged university.

– Documented proficiency in at least one classical language (i.e., at least 15 ECTS in either Hebrew, Greek, Latin, or Arabic). For more information about this requirement, please contact one of the professors.

– Documented sufficient English skills. This is defined slightly differently at the different universities (see more info for links to the three universities’ RRE pages).

The selection of students is furthermore based on the relevance of the Bachelor’s degree in terms of field of study, as well as on the grades achieved, and on the number of courses and ECTS-points that students have gained in relevant study areas (e.g., theology, religion, ancient history, culture and language).


Students interviewing students during one of the seminars: