The study of religion is taught at the Faculty of Theology, which buzzes with activity throughout the day. Lectures are held and keen discussions take place in the reading groups that meet in the lounge area or the many workplaces in the library, and students and teachers meet over a cup of coffee between lectures.
New ideas are discussed over lunch in the Stakladen canteen, which is also the venue for the Faculty of Theology’s annual celebration and the Christmas revue. Groups of students active in student politics also meet here, as do the editors of the students' own newsletter – Figenbladet (the Fig Leaf), and the Totem newsletter.
In the evening, you can attend debates and guest lectures organised by the faculty's lecture associations to get inspiration for your studies, and nobody goes home early on Fridays – Theo’s Bar is always well-attended, including guests from other departments.
In addition to its large collection of literature about theology and the study of religion, parts of the library – which is open around the clock – also function as an open student environment with group work areas, IT workstations and a classroom. The library is a meeting point for the students and a lively workplace. If you write a thesis at the Faculty of Theology, you can apply for a work area in one of the faculty’s offices allocated to students for this purpose.