In a globalizing world, it is important to stimulate and challenge students to reflect on the contextual appropriation of the formative thinking of Reformed theology and the Reformed worldview. In this way can Reformed theology become relevant to their cultural and religious context and to their home churches and institutions. It is the goal of the MIRT programme to work together with international students and professors on the contextual appropriation of the rich Reformed heritage.
The MIRT offers international students a unique opportunity to:
Become more deeply acquainted with Reformed theology and the Reformed tradition;
Study in Europe, the origin of the Reformed tradition;
Reflect on the relevance of Reformed theology for today and in their own context;
Learn from qualified professors and experts from Kampen and other theological institutions;
Enjoy academic cultural exchange and fellowship with international students from other countries;
Study in the beautiful historical city of Kampen;
Study in a friendly and Christian atmosphere.
The programme is taught completely in English.
Further information and details regarding the programme and the application process can be found here.