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The foundation of the Reformation Studies Institute in 1993 reflects the university's continuing commitment to enhancing St Andrews' established reputation in this field of scholarship. In the centuries since the Reformation St Andrews has cultivated a tradition of excellence in Reformation studies. Its library boasts a rich collection which has been carefully developed over the years and which dates back to contemporary works from the reformers' own libraries. The Institute provides a focus for the university's advanced work in this area.

With its established group of Faculty members, research students and students taking our taught postgraduate course, St Andrews now boasts one of the largest concentrations of scholars active in this field in any European university. The Institute has a distinctly international flavour, partly through our students, and partly through our partnership relationships with similar institutions in Germany, Switzerland and the United States. It sponsors a graduate seminar, conferences and visits from distinguished outside academics.

For more information please visit the St Andrews Reformation Studies Institute home page.

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