Stockholm School of Theology /Teologiska högskolan Stockholm (THS) offers programmes on undergraduate (Bachelor) and postgraduate
Stockholm School of Theology gives training to some 500-600 students annually, in both full-time and part-time courses. The School welcomes students from a variety of denominational and non-denominational backgrounds, in a climate of academic rigour, international contact, and challenging issues.
Most courses are in Swedish, but some courses or seminars are offered in English depending on need and interest. A wide network of international academic and other institutional contacts provides a resource-base for international exchanges, for both students and professors, as well as a flow of international guests, both students and visiting scholars.
Stockholm School of Theology is a non-governmental university college owned by a Foundation established by three Swedish Churches – the Swedish Mission Covenant Church, the Baptist Union of Sweden, and the United Methodist Church of Sweden. It attracts students from all over Sweden, not just from the Stockholm region. A significant number full-time students are candidates for the priesthood in the Swedish Lutheran Church.
Located in Bromma, a few kilometres from the centre Stockholm, and close to the Castle of Åkeshof and its national reserve, THS is a place for intensive study and reflection. In addition, there are convenient connections to central Stockholm within a few minutes’ walk, via the Metro system.
Further information about THS in English is provided in the School’s brochure, which can be downloaded as a pdf-file, see the left-hand column of this page.
The Theological Programme is a four-year programme, including a Bachelor of Theology after three years. The program offers training in Biblical Studies, Systematic Theology, Historical Theology, Practical Theology and ’Theology and the World’.
Human Rights and Democracy. The special course in Human Rights is a two-year program leading to a Bachelor in Human Rights, including one year of courses in Theology or other relevant subjects.