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Why did we start the programme?
The Theological University in Kampen boasts a long-standing tradition of education in Reformed Theology in the Netherlands, as well as on the European Continent as a whole. Throughout the years, many international students have found their way to Kampen. Coming from different continents and cultures, they shared an interest in, or affiliation with, the Reformed theology and tradition.
For this reason, the Theological University has launched a new programme in the context of our one-year Master’s Programme: Master of Intercultural Reformed Theology.
The programme consists of one year of full-time residential studies in Kampen. There is also an option available to do this programme in a two-year (part-time) format.
The programme is fully accredited by the NVAO, the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders. The programme leads to the official degree of Master of Arts (MA).
What is unique about the MIRT Programme?
The MIRT offers international students a unique opportunity to:
We trust that, besides being formative to the students, this programme will also stimulate contacts between theological institutions and professors and promote future international cooperation so that the heritage of the Reformation will be fruitful in our global world.
Distinguishing features of the MIRT Programme
The two main distinguishing features of the programme are its Reformed identity and its academic excellence:
I. Reformed Identity
We conform to the following basic markers of Reformed identity:
II. Academic Excellence
The entrance level for the programme will be a completed academic theological training, at a Bachelor’s level, at the least. Therefore, this Master of Theology Degree Programme will not offer introductory courses, but advanced courses and supervised studies in the field of Reformed Theology.
The regular requirements for entering a Master’s Programme at the Theological University of Kampen apply.
The following modules will be offered in the context of the programme:
Students who apply should:
Those students who show excellence in their studies at Master of Intercultural Reformed Theology will be encouraged to enrol in a PhD programme.
Two Fee Waivers per annum are made available by the Theological University for excellent students.
Are you interested in the MIRT? Please feel free to ask our International office for the application requirements: email@example.com.
You can apply for the MIRT till 15 April.
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