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A panel from the University of Chester, England, recently validated the new B.A. Honors degree course by Bhaktivedanta College, based in the ISKCON Community of Radhadesh, Belgium.
Chester has already validated Bhaktivedanta College’s sole degree course so far—a B.A. in Theology and Religious Studies.
The new program, a three-year degree in Educational Studies, Theology and Religion, builds on its predecessor. It offers a comprehensive understanding of education, an overview of the principal world religions, theological insight especially drawn from Vaishnava teachings, and practical preparation for a diverse range of ethical and fulfilling careers in education.
Three members of the University of Chester faculty, and one from Manchester Metropolitan University, visited Radhadesh on June 14th, 2012, to hold a validation panel for the course.
The panel’s Chair Garfield Southall, Faculty Representative Lynda Moore, Academic Representative Matthew Collins, Principal Assistant Registrar Colin Taylerson, and External Adviser Jane Bates arrived at Bhaktivedanta College at 10:30am.
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