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Program Description

The aim of the Diploma in Ecumenical and Interreligious Studies is to explore various aspects of ecumenism and interreligious dialogues. The curriculum, aimed at those who are interested in these subjects but are not qualified for admission to the STL programme (Licentiate in Theology), studies the Church’s teaching on the ecumenical movement and on interreligious dialogue, the Christian traditions of the East and the West and the related ecumenical dialogues, the history of the ecumenical movement, and themes related to the relationship between the Catholic Church and the major world religions (Islam, Judaism, Asian religions).

Admission to the Diploma in Interreligious Dialogue will be determined by the Dean of the Faculty of Theology on the basis of academic qualifications and the student’s personal experience in working with other religions.

Plan of Study

Attainment of the Diploma in Interreligious Dialogue occurs when the following elements have been completed and passed, for a total of 40 ECTS:

Admissions: New Students

For registration information for students who are new to the Angelicum, click the button below.

This page also includes information on prerequisites, language requirements, transfer policy and tuition fees.

Registration for returning students

If continuing in the same cycle of studies OR if beginning a new cycle of studies, currently enrolled students are asked to register for courses during the month of June as follows:


Register and submit your course selections via the Angelicum’s online Portal:


Once the Dean’s office approves and confirms all of your courses via the Portal (you will receive a notification on the Portal that this has been completed), proceed to Step #3.


Pay all academic fees for the semester or full year (or at least the minimum deposit amount of €250.00 for the semester). Payments can be made online or in-person at the Administration Office by (1) credit/debit card or cash, (2) bank transfer. Online payments may be made here.

***If the student needs to obtain a “Certificate of Enrollment,” please contact the Secretariat General’s office directly at[email protected]

N.B. In order to receive such a certificate, the student must pay the entire academic fees of at least one semester.

2024/2025 Course schedule

2023/2024 Tuition Fees


Other Important Information

Adding / Dropping Courses

Students may add or drop a course or seminar during the first two weeks of classes at the beginning of each semester. The student may make the changes directly on the Portal. If the student has any question or concern, or if the student would like to meet with the Vice Dean, please make a request by filling-out this form.