Graduates have the the opportunity to participate in lectures and workshops on politics, theology, bioethics, leadership and Christian worldview.
They study key texts by theologians and scholars who have wrestled with how our faith should be lived out; they examine in depth key areas of policy and apply their Christian thinking to these; and they hear from practitioners who are actively living out their Christian faith in the public sphere.
Most sessions on a Friday have an interactive element and the programme is designed to provide a constructive space in which to learn together in relationship. Speakers are drawn from a variety of places – academics, lecturers, practitioners, and CARE staff and consultants.
Graduates are required to engage in project work, presentations and essays each term, with the intention of consolidating their learning.
Each term we run a study weekend, centred on a specific theme, which takes place at a venue outside of London and offers graduates a more intensive time of study and community.