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Doctoral studies in theological education

Following the joint LST-EEAA development of master level programmes in theological education, London School of Theology  is now building on the success these programmes and of its well established research department to provide doctoral level studies to a global audience with a unique focus on educational issues related to theological education.

This unique opportunity for doctoral research will contribute to meeting the need for scholarly engagement with educational issues in both theory and practice in many theological colleges, in theological education networks and theological accreditation agencies.  The aim of the PhD programme is to nourish intellectual leadership and resources for schools across the globe in order to deal with urgent questions of educational renewal and strategic thinking. The absence of residential requirements and the possibility to appoint supervisors internationally favor the development of contextually located scholars in theological education.

Typical applicants will be leaders or faculty in theological colleges, seminaries, Bible college movements and emerging forms of theological education as well as leaders in international theological education networks and quality assurance agencies.  I would ask you to share the attached flier within your network and organisation and encourage any individuals who may be interested or benefit from being encouraged in this direction.

LST is now taking applications for the October intake.

For more information download the flier here:  Doctoral Studies in Theological Education or contact education(at)lst.ac.uk

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2 thoughts on “Doctoral studies in theological education

  1. I think this is a very positive development and greatly needed in the area of theological education. Well done LST and EEAA. I really hope there will be a lot of interest from Europe.

    Unfortunately I could not get the link on fees to work.

    Carl Simpson.

    Posted by Carl Simpson | August 20, 2015, 2:03 pm

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