Founded in 1907 as an independent theological institution at university level.
Has around 120 employees, 1300 bachelor and master students and about 50 ph.d. students.
MF is Norway's largest provider of theological education and research.
Since 1967, MF has offered academic studies in Christianity and religion for use in school and society. As needs have arisen, MF has developed a broad portfolio of professional degrees for church and school. The religious demography of Norway has changed significantly. There is an increasing need and demand for knowledge and quality in research on, education in and communication about religion and society. MF meets this challenge through interdisciplinary research on religion and society, along with relevant bachelor, master and PhD degrees in theology, religion and society.
New: MF CASR Offers Idea Workshops
Do you need an informal and safe forum where you can discuss research ideas that still have not found their final form? Do you want to pick your colleagues’…
MF CASR Lunch Talks on YouTube and Podcasts
Did you miss out on one of the MF CASR Lunch Talks?
Research to gain knowledge about the situation of Roma LGBTQI people
Associate professor at MF, Solvor M. Lauritzen, will together with Arman Heljic at Södertörn University, lead a research project on antigypsyist homophobia and the rights of Roma and Traveller LGBTQI people in the Nordic countries.
MF CASR Lunches, Spring 2023
MF CASR is pleased to announce our lineup of Tuesday CASR lunches for the spring.