Early Bird offer for BTh and MTh Programmes 神學課程早鳥優惠

Ming Hua is excited to offer an Early Bird discount to students who enrol in the Bachelor of Theology (BTh) or Master of Theology (MTh) programme before July 31.

New students signing up for one BTh subject will receive a 5% discount, while those who opt for two subjects will be given a 10% one. 

People who enrol in three subjects will get 15% off and those who do the programme full-time and enrol in four subjects will receive a 20% discount.

New MTh students who sign up before July 31 will receive a 10% discount on all subjects for which they enrol, while existing BTh and MTh students will be given a 5% reduction.

Principal Dr Gareth Jones said: “We are delighted to offer this discount to students who sign up early for one of our programmes.

“We have many exciting subjects on offer next semester, including a number of new topics, such as ecological theology, liturgical theology, sacramental theology and pastoral care.”

What subjects are on offer?

Ming Hua offers a full range of subjects in the areas of systematic theology, biblical studies, church history and practical theology. Students have the opportunity to do everything from learning New Testament Greek, to thinking about Jesus the Christ, to studying the prophetic literature of the Old Testament. We also offer practical subjects in pastoral care and liturgical theology.

See here for a full list of what’s on offer next semester.

How much does the BTh and MTh cost?

The BTh costs HK$5,875 per subject before any discount, while the MTh costs HK$14,500 per subject.

The College also has two scholarship funds for students who need financial support, generously provided by the Compass Rose Society and in memory of Revd Andrew Leung.

Can I study on a part-time basis?

Absolutely! The BTh can be completed over as little as three years if students take four subjects each semester or as many as 12 years if they only have time to take one subject per semester. 

Many of our lectures take place in the evenings to enable students who work full-time to still study.

We have also introduced intensives, under which teaching for a subject that would normally take place over a semester is concentrated into one week, with lectures taking place between 10am and 4pm.

The MTh can be studied over 1.5 to 3 years, depending on whether students take one or two subjects each semester.

I understand these degrees are offered in partnership with Charles Sturt University. How does that work?

Ming Hua Theological College is part of Charles Sturt University’s (CSU) School of Theology. As a result, our degrees are awarded by CSU and registered as accredited degrees with the Hong Kong Education Bureau.

I’m worried my English might not be good enough

To study the BTh or MTh you will need English language proficiency equivalent to level 4 in HKDSE English Language or grade D in HKALE Use of English.

If you are worried about your English level, please get in touch with us and we can arrange for you to have a chat with one of our faculty so that you can see if you would be able to access the course material.

How do I enroll?

You can access the forms you need to complete in order to enroll here: http://gclass.minghua.org.hk/admission/

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us using one of the methods below.

Phone         (852) 2521 7708
Email          admission@minghua.org.hk
Messenger  http://m.me/hkskhminghua
Whatsapp   9530 7241

We look forward to welcoming you to Ming Hua!

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香港聖公會明華神學院 香港聖公會在香港及澳門設立的神學院, 矢志推動普及神學教育。 The Theological College of HKSKH works for the training & education of all members of God’s Church in HK & Macau.

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