The European Evangelical Accrediting Association (EEAA) now has a new name and a new website. Please visit:
Where can a find an example of the diploma supplement? The link in the EEAA manual does not seem to work.
Glen you can find it here https://eeaa.eu/downloads-and-tools/audio-video-full-text-resources/
I was at the ABCP conference last week, where you presented your research on trends within theological education. It was most illuminating. Thank you so much for the uploads you have put on the website. Much appreciated. Glenn
Estimados hermanos desde nuestra web http://www.centroestudiosteologicos.org.es formamos a obreros del pueblo gitano.Mi nombre es Juan Jose Heredia Vargas soy gitano español,hace unos 23 años estudie en el seminario del cono sur de la iglesia de Dios ,y también estudie con juventud con una misión.
Nuestro deseo es formar a pastores,maestros etc entre el pueblo gitano para que sean instrumentos en las manos de Dios.El pueblo gitano esta disperso en el mundo unos 22 millones y han sido perseguidos durante siglos hoy día en todos los países Dios esta llamando a este pueblo,en España hay unas 1000 iglesias gitanas .Nuestro deseo es acercar la enseñanza bíblica a nuestro pueblo.Actualmente trabajamos con cobertura de MINTS Seminary,tenemos unos 46 alumnos,y estamos buscando acreditaciones para nuestro seminario,a fin de que nuestros alumnos sientan ese respaldo.
Queríamos ver si podíamos ser miembros de su asociación y así reflejarlo en nuestra web,puedo enviarle el curriculum de materias que queremos impartir .Dios le bendiga.
Dear Juan, please write your enquiry in English to the following email address firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Sirs, can you change our name to Örebro School of Theology (according to a letter that we sent you announcing our change of name from the former “Örebro Theological Seminary”). Moreover, the link to our webpage is dead. It should be http://www.orebromissionsskola.se. THank you! Tommy Wasserman, Academic Dean
I have just found your webpage in the internet. And i think it is great that something like this exist, specialy in this days wehre everything is more and more globalised.
I have got a question as well, I have studied some years ago a diploma course at one of the intitutes that are affiliated to you and would like to do a BA in a other institute that is afiliated to you, how can i transfer my credits, is there a easy way to do it through you?
Adriano, please write an email with more details of your enquiry to email@example.com.
Dear EEAA, please change our name and url to the following: ISTL, International Seminary of Theology and Leadership, Zurich, http://www.istl.ch (old name: International Seminary and Trainingcenter of Leadership, Glattbrugg).
Thanks & blessings from Switzerland, Katrin
We want to get accreditation for our theological education. Send us Procedures.
My name is Mr Yaw Dankwah, I am the principal of Christ Universal Bible College in Leicester UK. As a college, we will like to seek an accreditation from your organisation to offer an accredited higher education programmes for our potential students. I will be glad if you could provide me with the necessary information on how to go about registration. I look forward to your response in due course.
Dear Yaw, I will reply to you separately by email.
Marvin Oxenham – EEAA Coordinator
I would like information of how my Bible College can become an accredited member of the organisation.
I was hoping to get in touch with Graham Cheesman, to speak with him about possible EEAA accreditation of a new online degree course in church planting we are planning with Porterbrook Network. Unfortunately, the email address I had for Graham (firstname.lastname@example.org) doesn’t seem to be working for me! Please let me know how to proceed.
Wales Evangelical School of Theology (WEST)
Dear Jonathan, I will reply to you separately by email.
We are starting a Bible School and Restoration Centre in London, England and wanted to know if you accredited new starts. We have many years of experience between from running different schools and would appreciate it if you could let us know if new schools are a consideration for accreditation by you.
We normally ask that a school be in operation for three years before we can consider it for accreditation. This allows us to examine key areas such as stability, etc. You can however immediately apply for EEAA membership and then take advantage of some EEAA consultancy as you set up the school.
You should be Certainly Considered.
Could you please refer me to a resource where I could find the academic requirements for online courses? i.e. how many teaching/homework hours per credit? how many pages to read per credit? etc. Thank you!
The EEAA Council is currently elaborating further guidelines for online education. These will be published on the EEAA website under > Policies and also in the > News section. Click on ‘follow’ the site to receive automatic notification.
Caro Marvin, mi è capitato di leggere “What’s next in Higher Educations?” probabilmente tratto dal tuo libro Higher Education in Liquid Modernity, complimenti. Conciliare la solidità dell’insegnamento coi cambiamenti è sempre una bella sfida. Pietro Bolognesi
Hello, can somebody help me with a question from Portugal: “How to prove “Non-formal and informal learning”
We (Baptist Seminary in Lisbon Portugal) are looking at possibilities to give credits for ‘life experiences’. (Or “informal learning and non-formal learning” as it is called in the Bologna system if I’m correct.) We already do that for years, students can get e.g. 1 ECTS for participating in conferences and writing a reflection on that (along with other requirements). But we want to develop this area, e.g. by looking at possibilities to give credits for students who organise/lead a bible-camp, are ‘president of the student counsel’, and we have a student that is doing the European ‘Cross-Current’ course http://www.cross-current.org/
In the EEAA Manual (4th version) at point 3.3.3. page 44 we do read about “Formal, non-formal and informal learning” and I think this is what we are talking about. But we do not read specific requirements ‘how to prove’ those ECTS. We found some guidelines from other schools (in USA), but we would like to know if the EEAA could give us some guidelines, or link us to a EEAA school that has already developed tools in this area.
United in Christ,
Dean of students.
Semnario Teologica Baptista Portugal
Have you consulted the EEAA Manual – 5th Edition 2012? I believe you are still reading the provious version of the manual. In the new revision there is a substantial section on non-formal and informal learning (pp. 49-60). I trust this will help.
Just to note that on http://theologicaleducation.net/ there is two times
THE ROLE OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION IN GLOBAL MISSION (4)
and no THE ROLE OF THEOLOGICAL EDUCATION IN GLOBAL MISSION (1).
Would it be possible to have access to the first part ?
Dear Sir or Madam,
if one college is accredited through your organisation does that mean that it is also accredited in Germany through the common German accreditation system anabin (H+)?
The EEAA is not an accreditation agency recognised by the German Ministry to accredit within the national degree system. This is a complex issue and I would be happy to explain further by email (office(at)eeaa.eu).
I know that EEAA is a EUROPEAN body of accreditation, but are EEAA courses accepted at any colleges/universities in the United States of America?
I have tried to find a list of schools that may partner with EEAA in the United States so I can apply some courses I will be taking toward an American Master’s Degree, but haven’t had any luck.
If not, does any one know if there there are any ways around this? For example, EEAA is partners with another accreditation agency that USA recognizes, hence EEAA credits can be accepted? etc.
Any help would be great as I can’t find/track down answers online.
Dear Michael, here is the site of the EEAA sister organisation in the USA http://www.abhe.org/. Generally speaking, schools accredited by the ABHE would give favourable consideration to credits earned in an EEAA accredited school. Feel free to write Dr Ralph Enlow.
Wonderful. Thank you for the fast response Dr. Marvin! God bless you.
Dear Sir or Madam,
On behalf of Bibelseminar Bonn/Germany, I would like to request the initiation of the accredidation process for our school and programs. It would be very helpful for us to get an overview about the costs. Would it be possible for you to tell us more about the fees?
Information on fees can be found on this website at https://eeaa.eu/about-2/fee-schedule/.
i did my M.Div at Westminster Seminary California.
Now I live in Germany, currently looking for a job.
Is there someone who can tell me what the M.Div would be in German?
Thank you in advance.
We are in the process of putting together the courses taught in our Bible school into syllabus form to prepare for the accreditation process. We are interested in possibly being accredited by your organisation and are needing a bit of guidance. We have existed for seven years in Galgorm, Northern Ireland. We are interested in the fees required. In terms of facilities, what size of research and study rooms are typically required.
Admin., Servant Academy
Dear Danielle, you can find the fees for EEAA accreditation here https://eeaa.eu/about-2/fee-schedule/. There are not particular requirements on facilities for accreditation, but you must demonstrate that your facilities are suitable for the purpose of your educational provision. I encourage you to browse through the EEAA Manual where you will find many answers to your questions https://eeaa.eu/downloads-and-tools/the-eeaa-manual/. Feel free to contact me by email at office(at)eeaa.eu
Marvin Oxenham (EEAA Coordinator)
Dear EEAA, Please can you tell me if the theological Protestant seminary in Novi Sad is a (candidate) member of the EEAA
No, Novi Sad (NSTC) have no longer been candidate member of the EEAA since 2012.
Dear Sir or Madam: Can you say if the EEAA would consider granting accreditation to an Evangelical Theological Institute that is located in the Caribbean?
The EEAA normally accredits in Europe, with some involvement in the Middle East as well. For the Caribbean you are advised to consult the EEAA’s sister organisation the Caribbean Evangelical Theological Association http://www.cetaweb.info.
Are all EEAA accredited institutions using European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) to define credits/points?
Dear Jennifer, yes that is the case. As you can see in the EEAA Manual, all EEAA accredited schools use the ECTS credit counting system.
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