Nine students of theology, three each from Africa, Asia and Germany, live and learn together at the Protestant University Wuppertal (Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal), accompanied by the United Evangelical Mission (UEM). They will attend some lectures and seminars, meet regularly to reflect what they have learned, and attend programs outside of the university together. They live as a community in a student hostel directly on campus, accompanied by UEM staff. Excursions to church and inter-religious projects in and around Wuppertal will round out the program.
The program takes place every 2 years, in cooperation with the Kirchliche Hochschule Wuppertal.
Theological students from member churches of the United Evangelical Mission enrolled in a Masters or Doctoral program (deutsche Studierende: Magister oder Pfarramtsstudiengang) in a recognized theological faculty who are interested in acquiring an international perspective and intercultural skills.
It will be ensured that the group is gender balanced.
Proficiency in English is a prerequisite.
Students from Africa and Asia will receive full scholarships from UEM covering room, board, insurance, study fees, transport and pocket money. UEM will also take care of their international travel. Their home churches are asked to cover national travel cost as well as the cost of visa and preparation.
Students from Germany will get a partial scholarship of 450 Euros per month.
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