Register now!

In October 2016, we begin with a new group of students that desires to study towards an MA in Early African Christian Studies. Now is the time to register! Click here for the online registration form

 

Admission to our Masters Program is based on the following considerations:

  • Christian character, as evidenced by church membership and participation in the life of the church, the judgment of a pastor (or ministry mentor) selected by the applicant, evaluation by another Christian leader.
  • Call to Christian service
  • General interest in the subject of Early African Christianity.
  • In all cases: a Bachelors or equivalent degree.

 

Proficiency in English

Since instruction is in English, a student needs to demonstrate proficiency in it. Therefore, students whose primary spoken language and language of instruction have not been English are required to have the Episcopal Training Center (ETC) in Cairo assess your level of English and they must rate you ‘proficient’ as part of your registration process.  We will contact you for more details.

The registration fee (for first year students)  for the curricular year 2016-2017 of US$90 (or equivalent in LE at time of payment) must be arranged before 1 October 2016.  Tuition is 250$ per module, to be paid before the beginning of the module.  Payments can be done in other currencies, but the exchange rate is decided by the residential director of the MA Studies   

Register now 
for the program

In October 2016, we begin with the new group of students that desires to study towards an MA in Early African Christian Studies. Now is the time to register!

Residentials
in Heliopolis

The residential weeks for the MA studies and its administrative center are at St Michael and all Angels Anglican Church in Heliopolis. The MA study is ecumenical and open to students from any denomination.

Program

» 1 October 2016. Deadline for paying the one-time Registration fee for new students only.

» 5 October 2016: deadline for paying tuition.

» 5-8 October 2016: Residential week with Dr Evan Howard on Monasticism in the Early Church