We offer undergraduate degree programmes that include Jewish Studies components, and a wide variety of Jewish studies related courses at undergraduate level, as well Jewish studies related courses at postgraduate level.
BA (Hons) degree programmes
In addition, other degree programmes will allow free credits in Jewish Studies course units. As a general guide, each year of undergraduate study comprises 120 credits, and the vast majority of individual courses comprise 20 credits. It is thus possible, within each of these degrees, to choose courses in Jewish studies (see individual course descriptions) which fill at least a substantial majority of the credit requirements. For the full regulations, it is necessary to consult the relevant subject area handbook. For information about undergraduate life at the University of Manchester, see the University's Undergraduate overview. Students on other degrees may also take Jewish Studies courses as outside subjects, to the extent permitted by their particular degree regulations. It is also possible to take individual Jewish Studies courses, with the consent of the teacher, as a "Visiting Student": for fees and further details, contact the Centre.