The Taiwan Graduate School of Theology offers a range of courses across undergraduate, graduate, and research postgraduate levels.
Our faculty and professional academic staff can help you find the degree path that is right for you.
Valuable integration with local churches
In their first semester in field education, all first-year seminary students are given opportunities to visit various churches and Christian organizations. In their second semester, students begin a practicum in local churches. Students at higher year levels are assigned to a church where they assist with ministry each Sunday. A special course in Supervised Field Education is offered to second-year M. Div. students and third-year college students, giving them a valuable opportunity to explore ministry-related issues under the guidance of local pastors.
A close and communal atmosphere
Since the seminary aims to train and nurture future pastors and church workers, much of our teaching focuses on cultivating the whole person. This means that we not only provide students with solid theological, biblical, and professional training, but also help them to mature in their church ministry, personality, and spiritual life. The college offers a supportive communal atmosphere where students and faculty live and work together, and can care together for the needs of the community. Students are assigned a faculty mentor to help them not only with their own spiritual formation, but to offer guidance for personal growth, and encouragement during their studies.
As for the development of students’ personality and spiritual life, we invite our teachers to serve as class advisors. We know that this close teacher-student interaction will not only enable teachers to gain better insights into the various aspects of students’ lives, but also provide students with needed help, care, support, and guidance. In addition, we also offer counseling to help students face any spiritual, emotional or relationship problems they may encounter.