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Doctoral students with a first registration in Fall 2013-2014 or Fall 2014-2015 may apply to participate in a Bridge Program allowing them to take courses meeting requirements for a PhD degree offered conjointly between TST and the University of Toronto. (The PhD program is still pending final approval.) Details and application forms are available from the office of the Graduate Centre for Theological Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org. The deadline for application is Friday, September 12, 2014.
We are pleased to announce that Wycliffe College students, Raymond Aldred and Renee Monkman, have been selected to receive a 2014 Forum for Theological Exploration (FTE) Fellowship for Latino/a, Asian and First Nations Doctoral Students.
More information about FTE and fellowship recipients can be found on the FTE website.
The Toronto School of Theology (TST), affiliated with the University of Toronto, has an immediate opening for a "German Language Instructor" for a non-credit course designed to assist TST graduate students to read and translate German texts for historical, theological, biblical, philosophical and religious studies. The course is conducted in English.
The instructor will be responsible for preparing all course materials, teaching classes, meeting with enrolled students, keeping attendance records, and setting and grading the course final exam.
TST expects to open a conjoint PhD degree program in Theological Studies to a class entering in September 2015. “Conjoint” means that the proposed PhD (in Theological Studies) will be offered conjointly by the University of Toronto and six TST member colleges. It will be administered by TST’s Graduate Centre for Theological Studies.
For more information about the conjoint PhD, please click here.
This page will (hopefully) contain a blog about ecumenism. TST's Ecumenist-in-Residence and others will be asked to write on certain topics, and comments will be moderated. There will also be links to resources on ecumenism.