The Network electives are for Relay Workers who want to continue thinking about how the gospel enriches their field, helping you to prepare to enter the workplace in a related sector or continue with further study.
Through the network electives you will develop a deeper foundation in how your faith engages your subject area; have time to think about some of the significant issues in the area as well as get to hear from leaders in the field.
Each Network elective has been crafted by the Network Coordinator. The elective involves self-directed study; regular monthly check-ins as well as termly projects on which you will get feedback. As part of the elective, you will have opportunity to gather together with other Relays who are doing the same elective for specialist training and an opportunity to reflect on the intersection of faith and your subject.
You can find out more about the work of the Leadership Networks on their website.
Find out more about our different subject areas by clicking below.
To apply to do Relay with a Leadership Network elective simply fill in the additional application form as part of the application pack.
The Law Network elective is designed to give law graduates the opportunity to explore the implications of the Christian faith for the study and practice of law.
Giving music graduates like you the opportunity to explore the implications of the biblical Christian worldview for both the field of music generally, and your own practice of music specifically.
The Politics Network longs to see a generation of Christians faithfully serving Christ in British politics.
The Science Network elective is designed to give science graduates the opportunity to explore the implications of the Christian worldview for the practice of science.
The Teaching Network elective is designed to give you a chance to explore the implications of a Christian worldview on the world of Education and your potential part in it.
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