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Join the growing number of students studying A-level Religious Studies and explore crucial questions in relation to beliefs, values, and morality.
Religious Studies A-level consists of three main areas of study; Philosophy of Religion, Ethics, and Developments in Religious Thought. Consider some of the biggest questions surrounding human existence; understand how and why people make decisions on a range of issues and explore Christianity.
Entry Requirements: 5 GCSE's at grade 4 or above.
Additional entry criteria:
Our Religious Studies Team has a wealth of expertise.
They come from a range of business and educational backgrounds, ensuring that you learn from real-world knowledge and experience.
Take a look at these recordings from our previous Live Events.
Hear our subject specialists talk about different aspects of the courses and answering questions from other students interested in studying Religious Studies at St Brendan's.
Religious Studies Open Day
Religious Studies FAQs
'I chose to study Religious Studies because I've always been fascinated by religion and people's perspective of it. Studying Religious Studies has taught me the beliefs, practices, values, and doctrines of people around the world. It also taught me to write a balanced essay and talk confidently about my knowledge. After St Brendan's, I am planning on completing a Teaching Apprenticeship and then go on to University the year after.'
Hiba Studied: Religious Studies, Health & Social Care and Sociology
'Upon leaving St Brendan's I went on a personal training course and qualified as a Personal Trainer. I am also at Bath Spa University studying Religion, Philosophy and Ethics.
My advice to current students would be to take advantage of all the opportunities that college has to offer such as going to workshops or acting on feedback as it all helps.
In ten years time, I hope to be working in the field of International Relations.'
Jyles Studied: Business Studies, Law, Religious Studies, Philosophy
Religious Studies students from St Brendan's progress to a wide range of university courses and apprenticeships.
Every year our dedicated Careers Teams arrange Careers Fairs and sector-specific events for students to explore all of their options. They also arrange talks from industry experts and St Brendan's Alumni.
Throughout your time at St Brendan's, the Careers Team door is always open for one-to-one appointments and advice and guidance.
Use the Pathways tool below to explore various progression routes to numerous careers through Higher Education courses and Apprenticeships.