The degree of Master of Theology (by Research) is validated by the University of Glasgow.
Fuller detail may be found in the Master of Theology (By Research) Programme Handbook (PDF).
In this video, Dr Sinclair Ferguson and M.Th student Andy Longwe explain to prospective students what the Master of Theology (Research) programme involves.
Candidates will be required to submit a 40,000-words thesis. They will normally be required to undergo an oral examination based on their research. In addition, full-time candidates will be expected to attend the programme of postgraduate seminars arranged by the Seminary. Part-time candidates will be expected to attend those seminars relevant to the subject of their own research.This is a research-based degree involving either one year of full-time (on-campus) study or two years part-time (off-campus) study. The research may cover biblical studies, theological studies, historical studies, pastoral studies and missiological studies. The main supervisor for each candidate will be a member of Edinburgh Theological Seminary teaching staff. There will be a second supervisor appointed by the University of Glasgow.
Postgraduate Admissions Policy
The Postgraduate Admissions Policy can be found here.
Master of Theology Application Form
The relevant Application Form is found here.
Master of Theology Programme Fees
For programme fees see here.
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