‘Graduate attributes are the qualities, skills and understandings a university community agrees its students should develop during their time with the institution. These attributes include, but go beyond, the disciplinary expertise or technical knowledge that has traditionally formed the core of most university courses. They are qualities that also prepare graduates as agents for social good in an unknown future.’ (Bowden, 2000)
St Patrick's Pontifical University believes that these attributes distinguish our graduates in a way that enables them to enhance their futures, church and society. All our programmes therefore strive to develop these attributes in our students, in a manner that compliments and challenges each individual student.
Our graduates have gone on to enjoy successful careers that include teaching, marketing, communications, journalism, public relations, finance, community development, social services, chaplaincy and parish administration
What our graduates say
The MTh expanded my learning by exploring the Bible from new perspectives. It showed me how relevant theology is to all aspects of life.
Your theology studies have the potential to shape both who you are and what you do, just as it did with me.