Are you working on your Bachelor or Master thesis or doing a PhD, and looking to expand your horizons? Or are you studying and looking for a valuable way to connect with another culture in your free time? Our exposure programme might be just the thing for you. Bridging Gaps allows you to come to PThU / Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam in the Netherlands for three months of study and research. The programme is open to students from all around the world.
What is Bridging Gaps?
Culture and context have a big influence on theology. Understanding your own context and that of others is key to being an exceptional theologian. The Bridging Gaps exposure programme is designed to connect theology students from different parts of the world, so that they can experience their contextual differences. You will be staying in Amsterdam and join in personal research and lectures with students from the Netherlands, Asia, Africa, Latin America and Eastern Europe. During the programme, you will focus primarily on text interpretation and on the correlation between theology and context. Aside from your study, you will also participate in Dutch church life, society and culture.
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