Doctoral Buddhist Studies Program at the GTU
M. Editor | January 19, 2010
The Institute of Buddhist Studies is pleased to announce that the Graduate Theological Union (GTU), in cooperation with the IBS, has added a Buddhist Studies track within the Cultural and Historical Studies of Religions doctoral program.
Because of the close ties between the GTU and the University of California, Berkeley, students in the doctoral program have access to classes, faculty and library resources of both institutions.
In addition, the IBS has close relations with Ryukoku University, Kyoto, and is a member of the Kyoto Graduate Union of Religious Studies (KGURS), providing opportunities for graduate study and research in Kyoto.
For information on the Cultural and Historical Studies of Religions program, visit the CHSR program website.
Consult the GTU website for admissions information.
Applications for the Fall 2011 term will be due 15 December 2010.
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