Bursaries 2019

A limited number of bursaries are available for 2019. Closing date for applications is 31 October 2018. Click the button for more information

Formation for Formators Course - January 2019

Please see the brochure for this course

POST-GRADUATE DEGREES IN CATHOLIC THEOLOGY AND CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY AT UKZN

Honours, Masters and PhD Degrees are offered by the School of Religion, Philosophy and Classics of the University of KwaZulu Natal.

Paul Decock OMI, ThD and Sue Rakoczy IHM, PhD (as Honorary Professors) and Stuart Bate OMI, ThD (as Honorary Lecturer) from St. Joseph's Theological Institute NPC are engaged by UKZN to supervise these programmes.
 
For more information contact:
SRPC Higher Degrees Administrator
Alleyne Coleman

INTERESTED IN AN ONLINE MASTERS IN SPIRITUALITY?

St. Joseph's Theological Institute recommends the OBLATE SCHOOL OF THEOLOGY'S Master of Arts in Spirituality programme.

For more information see https://ost.edu/ma-spirituality/

Or email admissions@ost.edu. Ask about bursaries available. For a recommendation from SJTI, email president@sjti.ac.za.

 

ACADEMIC DEPARTMENTS

 

Development Studies

• Higher Certificate in Human and Social Development
• Advanced Certificate in Human and Social Development

 

Philosophy

• Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
• Advanced Certificate in General Philosophy
• Higher Certificate in General Philosophy

 

Theology

• Bachelor of Theology
• Bachelor of Arts in Theology

 

Sabbaticals

By arrangement

 

OUR VISION

 

St Joseph’s Theological Institute, based in the Catholic tradition and situated in the African context, empowers candidates for ordained and non-ordained ministry in Church and society.

 

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Upcoming Events

19 October 2018: Morning of Reflection

6 - 11 November 2018: Study Break

12 - 22 November 2018: Examinations

23 November 2018: Closing Mass and Tea

29 - 30 November 2018: Supplementary Examinations

30 November 2018 - 5 February 2019 Summer Break

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