In a globalizing world it is important to stimulate and challenge international students to reflect on the contextual appropriation of the formative thinking of Reformed theology and the Reformed (neo-Calvinist) world vision. In this way can Reformed theology be relevant to their cultural and religious context and for their home churches and institutions.
For this reason, the Theological University has a program in the context of its one-year Master’s Programme: Master of Intercultural Reformed Theology (MIRT).
The program consists of one year of full-time residential studies in Kampen. There is also an option available to do this program in a two-year (part-time) format.
The program 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).
Are you interested in the MIRT? Please feel free to ask the International office of TU Kampen for the application requirements: email@example.com
You can apply for the MIRT till 15 April.