Since its founding, London School of Theology has been dedicated to serving the church of Jesus Christ worldwide, through the education of individuals, equipping of local churches, and engagement in leading research.
For over 75 years London School of Theology has provided the opportunity to study in an interdenominational context at the highest level of evangelical theology. We offer a truly thought-provoking and challenging range of courses that will enhance your walk with God, whilst preparing you to engage with the world in a wholly new way.
- BA (Hons) Theology – The Theology programme lies at the centre of all our taught programmes and covers a wide range of subjects. It is dynamic, innovative and seeks to uphold the key foundational principles of the Evangelical faith.
- BA (Hons) Theology & Counselling – London School of Theology is privileged to be the only institution in the United Kingdom offering this unique course, an integrative degree programme combining studies in Theology and training in Counselling.
- BA (Hons) Theology & Worship – This Theology & Worship combined degree programme is designed for students who have obvious gifts in music but who come with limited experience in reading music or a less confident grasp of general musicianship skills.
- BA (Hons) Theology, Music & Worship – Our Theology, Music & Worship programme is the only one of its kind in Europe. A substantial core programme of theological studies is integrated with a wide range of music and worship modules.
- MA Integrative Theology – The Master of Arts in Integrative Theology is a unique MA programme that seeks to foster a holistic approach to doing theology which rejuvenates the study and practice of Christian theology for Church and world.
- MA Theological Education – The distinctive MA in Theological Education represents a unique opportunity for theological educators from all over the globe to obtain much-desired professional training in education.
- MA Aspects and Implications of Biblical Interpretation – The MA in Aspects and Implications of Biblical Interpretation is offered entirely and exclusively by distance education, with a specific focus on a range of issues of exegesis and interpretation.
- Master of Theology – The MTh degree is aimed at those who have completed formal theological training and who wish to pursue a specific topic rather than commit to a taught programme.
- Master of Philosophy – The MPhil degree is for those who have completed formal theological training to Masters level and want to pursue their studies at a higher degree or beyond to PhD.
- Doctor of Philosophy – We believe research should be accessible, relevant and engaging. Undertaking doctoral research at London School of Theology provides you with the opportunity to be involved in research at the cutting edge of theological disciplines.
At LST we believe theological study should be accessible to all. It has always been our aim to provide a variety of delivery methods for all our students – from studying on campus and online learning to blended study and distance learning.
- On-campus – All of our undergraduate programmes and our MAiTh programme are available to study onsite at our campus in Northwood. On-campus programmes are delivered in three terms over two semesters, from October until June. Lectures are timetabled Monday to Friday, from 9am until 6pm.
- Online – The BA Theology programme and MA in Integrative Theology (MAiTh) and MA in Theological Education (MATE) programmes are available to be studied completely online, with no requirement to travel to London. BA online modules are delivered over three semesters, from October to August, in five-week blocks, with a group of students studying together with module tutors.
- Blended – For those who want the flexibility of mixing study at home and onsite, we offer a programme of blended study. This method of learning requires focus and commitment but is greatly rewarding as students become part of both the online and onsite communities.
- Distance Learning – The study materials for this delivery method come to you in specially written textbooks and DVDs. Instead of the paper book (or in addition), we can also email you the files. For this delivery method there are no lectures. Instead, students are expected to work through the study materials at their own pace. This method of learning is available for some of our postgraduate programmes.
London School of Theology open days have been designed to inform and inspire you and to help you make the right decision about your next step. Whether you are interested in studying Theology, Theology and Counselling, one of our Music and Worship programmes, a master’s programme, or a research degree, we would love to meet you and give you the opportunity to experience student life at London School of Theology. Join our next Open Day here.