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The School of Mission and Theology (MHS) is a specialised university offering studies in: Christian studies, science of religion, theology, social science, culture, globalisation and intercultural communication. Below you will find a short text about the different studies, and a link to more information including curriculums.
The studies will prepare you for the society and church of tomorrow, in Norway, and globally.
MHS has students from more than 20 different countries.
All Bachelor programs and all other Master's programs are in Norwegian. To apply to these, international students must document adequate knowledge in Norwegian.
The academic year at MHS starts in mid-August, and ends in mid-June. We have divided the year into six terms. Each term consists of 7 weeks. The last week of each term is Exam Week.
|Master of global studies||Master of Theology||PhD program|
|The master program provides students with awareness, insights and tools essential in diverse cultural relations and multicultural settings in Norway and abroad.||The Master degree programme in theology is offered in English. It is a two-year intensive academic course of study. The master degree programme is designed to accommodate students from both Norway and abroad.||The PhD progam is divided into seven departments: Old Testament Studies, New Testament Studies, Church History, Systematic Theology, Practical Theology, Theology of Mission and Science of Religion. The program presupposes three to four years full time research.|
International applicants for the master in theology and master i global studies should fill in the paperbased application form and send to MHS with all need documentation before the deadline: March 1.
Admission requirements is posted under the respective studyprogram.
Applicants from outside the EU/EEA area must document that they can finance their stay in Norway. Applicants who do not provide satisfactory documented evidence for financing will be rejected regardless of academic qualifications.
The MHS provides six scholarships for students from developing countries through the Quota Scheme. This is a programme funded by the Norwegian government. Normally only applicants with a supportingletter and priority from our partnerinsitutions will be admitted on this programme. The scholarships are given to students both at the master in theology and master in global studies.
The studies at MHS have been very useful. In my present job at the Police office in Stavanger I daily meet people from different parts of the world. I took both a bachelor and a master degree at MHS. I feel that my background has helped me a lot in my job in the Police.