The Centre for Buddhist Studies at the University of Bristol was created in 1993 within the Department of Theology and Religious Studies as the first Centre for Buddhist Studies in the UK.
At undergraduate level the Centre’s staff contribute to the undergraduate BA programme in Theology and Religious Studies; at graduate level they offer a taught MA in Buddhist Studies and supervision of research leading to MPhil and MLitt/PhD.
New: The Arts and Humanities Research Council has announced an award that will total £395,806 to the Department of Theology and Religious Studies Centre for Buddhist Studies. This is to fund a collaborative research project over three years on Buddhist Death Rituals of Southeast Asia and China.
If you have any queries, please e-mail: Rupert.Gethin@bristol.ac.uk