Reporting to the Toronto School of Theology Registrar and working closely with the relevant academic administrators, the Assistant Registrar, Graduate Programs and Institutional Research Coordinator manages all administrative aspects of the Toronto School of Theology’s graduate degree programs, both research and professional. This position is a key point of contact and coordination as well as an expert resource for faculty, students, potential students and staff both at TST and in the member colleges with regard to graduate programs.
TST Virtual Forum Series - Posthuman and Transhuman as Theological Challenges
Virtual Forum Series - Doing Theology during epochal shifts: fears and hopes
The Forum will be via Zoom - for Zoom link, see below.More Information
Dr. Scott McLaren - Written by the Finger of God: Reflections on Religion, Cultural History, and the History of the Book
Brought to you by the Knox College graduate degree history students.More Information
Applications are now being accepted for Fall 2021 admission into the Toronto School of Theology's MA, ThM and PhD degree programs. More information about these programs is available here.
The deadline for completed applications to be received by the Graduate Centre for Theological Studies is Monday, December 14, 2020 by 4:30 pm (EST).
The online application form, along with application instructions and a list of necessary supporting materials, may be found here.
Questions about the application process can be sent to the Graduate Centre for Theological Studies at email@example.com.
The Anne Tanenbaum Centre for Jewish Studies (ATCJS), in partnership with the Toronto School of Theology (TST), invites applications for a one-year Postdoctoral Fellowship in the field of Christian-Jewish relations with a special interest in theology, broadly construed. The postdoctoral fellow will engage in scholarship that contributes to the understanding of Jewish and Christian faiths and cultures and their inter-relationship. Housed in the CJS at the Jackman Building for the Humanities, the fellow will spend the year working on a defined research project, deliver two public lectures, and contribute to the intellectual life of the CJS and the TST by participating in reading groups, colloquia and other academic gatherings. The public lectures will be called the Igor Kaplan Lecture in Christian-Jewish Relations.
Applications are now being accepted for the Toronto School of Theology's Doctor of Ministry Program for the Summer 2021 Cohort.
Are you ready to transform your ministry? Are you yearning for space to grow and learn? Have you been contemplating pursuing a Doctor of Ministry degree? Here's your chance!
The application deadline is Friday, November 20, 2020, 4:30 pm EST.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to contact the DMin Coordinator, Dr. David Kupp, in advance of applying to the program. Dr. Kupp can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org
May 5, 2020: We have received many questions from students and prospective students about Fall classes. It will be several weeks before the University of Toronto announces plans for Fall; however, TST is in regular conversation with the University and understands itself to be consistent with U of T’s goals by announcing the following:
- Our primary organizing principle will be providing access to classes and extra-curricular responsibilities that allow students to make progress with their degrees, and to engage with their fellow students and college communities in this exceptional time of the pandemic and its aftermath.
In light of this we are actively planning for the following: