The full-time "Master of Theology" study programme invites English-speaking students who would like to broaden their theological knowledge in special areas such as biblical studies, church history or regular and practical theology.
Venue of Courses: 1092 Budapest, Ráday u. 28.
Study Administration office hours: Monday – Friday 9:00 - 14:00
Duration of the programme
Working schedule of the programme
full-time training (classes may be delivered in blocks)
The programme is currently only available in a self-financing form.
Tuition fee: 300.000 HUF/semester
Tuition fee with Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holders may study free of charge.
This study programme is available with Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship for the citizens of the following countries: Albania, Algeria, Argentina, Azerbaijan, Cape Verde, Cambodia, Georgia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Kosovo, Kurdistan Regional Government/Iraq, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Morocco, Myanmar, Pakistan, Palestine, Republic of Korea, Singapore, Sudan, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, Yemen
Holding a BA degree in theology, religious studies or another closely related field.
Conditions of entry requirements of the programme: With the fulfilment of specific entry requirements the following Bachelor and Master study programmes may also be taken into account (Bachelor’s Degree in Catechist-Pastoral Work; Bachelor's Degree in Diakonia; Bachelor’s Degree in Chanting); Master’s Degree or qualification in Teacher of Religion might be accepted by the Credit Transfer Committee of Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary based on the comparison of knowledge on which the credit was recognised. The minimum number of credits needed for entering the programme is at least 90 credits from the core material of the theological undergraduate studies. For the enrolment in the programme is conditional that the applicant has 30 credits completed from the knowledge base of the undergraduate studies in theology. Missing credits are required to be completed during the first two semesters of the programme from the minor subject of theology (50 credits) and 50 credits from other biblical subjects under the guidance of the teachers of the programme.
Applicants must be highly proficient in spoken and written English.
Application deadline: 30 April 2019
The programme starts in September 2019.
Date: May 6th-May 31st, 2019
The applicants will be consulted individually about the exact date of their aptitude test.
Admission Point Score Calculation
The admission point score calculation is based on the diploma grades.
In the first half of the four semester programme a unified basic training is provided including the following courses:
In the 3rd and 4th semester of the programme students will have to choose a specialisation in the field of Biblical Perspectives in Our Society. Students will have to complete at least two of the following 5 topics to gain 120 credits.
State and Church module
Church and Israel module
Ethics in a Technical Society module
Gospel on the Periphery (Roma and Refugee Issues) module