This year, for the first time, a 15-minute virtual interview will be required for admission to our four graduate degree programs (MDiv, MTS, MRPL, and ThM). This blog post answers some frequently asked questions about the interview and shares some helpful interview tips and best practices.
Souman Elah is a second-year MTS student at HDS focusing on Islamic Studies. In this article he reflects on his first year at HDS, from finding a home in the Muslim community to studying classical and modern Islam to having late-night chats in his kitchen with his roommates. Towards the end of the article, he also shares some helpful advice for other international students considering applying to HDS.
Jo Venditelli is a second-year MDiv student at HDS studying political, queer, and disability philosophy. In this article they reflect on the community and support they've found at HDS. They share their journey to HDS, from DivEX to a year of virtual-learning to setting foot on campus this fall.
This article describes the MRPL Project Proposal. The Project Proposal is a core component of the MRPL application, detailing your proposed final project. Degree Candidates will spend their year at HDS working towards their final project which will engage topics of religion in their professional field.
This article is part of our How to Apply Series. In it, we discuss best practices for submitting your résumé.
Meet Margaret, the HDS Associate Director of Admissions! Margaret has a wide range of responsibilities in the office, including leading the planning for our Diversity and Explorations Program, an opportunity for current undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds to learn more about the programs offered at HDS. Below you can read about Margaret’s dedication to supporting students, her professional experiences and about her dog, Bingo!
Hi everyone! If you’re planning to apply for the 2022-2023 school year, we hope this blog has been helpful in getting you ready for the January deadline. In 2018, our Graduate Assistants created a wonderful blog post series called “How to Apply” that walks prospective students through each aspect of the application process. In October 2021, we went back and updated the articles to reflect this year’s requirements. Here you can find the articles in our "How to Apply" Series.
This article is part of our How to Apply series. In this article, we walk through the requirements and best practices for the TOEFL/IELTS and the GRE. Please note that the GRE is optional for all applicants!
This article in part of our How to Apply Series. In it, we discuss how to approach the letters of recommendation that are required for your application.
This article is part of our How to Apply Series. In this article, we discuss how to approach the statement of purpose and share helpful tips that you can use throughout your writing process!