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Short History
About Greenwich School of Theology (GST):

Greenwich School of Theology (GST) was founded in 1958 as an independent, non-denominational institution. Originally offering innovative distance-learning degree programmes in the USA as the Geneva Theological College, the work of the school was later introduced in the UK through the initiative and perseverance of the late Sir Rupert Judge. In 1998, in order to gain access to accredited theological degree programmes, the late Professor D. Byron Evans initiated the agreement with North-West University (NWU). Since its inception, GST has continued to maintain an independent board of directors, tutors, examiners and external examiners and to offer students from all backgrounds access to excellent academic study of theological and religious subjects.

The new agreement with TUA enables GST to continue to offer accredited doctoral degree programmes to students at a distance.

About Theological University of Apeldoorn (TUA):
This university of the Christian Reformed Churches in the Netherlands, is committed to the (scientific) practice of reformed theology. In addition to the training of pastors and theologians, TUA also contributes to reflection on the socio-cultural issues prevalent in modern society; issues inside and outside the Church; and on the advancement of theological science in general. In addition to the bachelor’s and master’s programmes offered to resident students, TUA also presents PhD-programmes in the field of theology to resident students and to students at a distance through GST.


GST gave me the flexibility I needed

GST gave me the flexibility I needed to undertake research from wherever my work took me in the UK and overseas. I appreciated the assistance given by… Read more

Matthias Inniger, PhD, 2016Caroline Seed, PhD, 2016

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All doctoral theology degrees are conferred by The Theological University of Apeldoorn (TUA), an accredited institution.