How much does it cost?
KST is supported by organisations, churches and individuals to enable us to offer our courses at a cost that makes KST as accessible as possible to any students wishing to attend. The true cost of KST is £1300 per year. HOWEVER, due to on-going generous supporters of KST we are able to offer the course at a SUBSIDISED rate. The fees for 2021-22 are £870*, plus a one-off application fee of £120.
Cost per year: £1300 subsidized to £870
(It is possible to pay by monthly direct debit)
What are the dates?
The dates for 2021/2022 are:
- 24-26 September 2021 – Moulton College, Northampton & online
- 26-28 November 2021 – online
- 28-30 January 2022 – online
- 8-12th April 2022 – Riverside Centre, Derby & online
- 17-19 June 2022 – online
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King’s School of Theology runs over 3 years, and to complete the course you will need to study all 21 modules over those 3 years. The teaching is delivered in a series of 5 weekend teaching blocks per year.
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From September 2021 KST is moving to a HYBRID structure of online and in-person learning. September and April weekends will take place in person, and will be simultaneously available to access online. November, January and June modules will take place online.
For in-person weekends accommodation is not included and students make their own arrangements. A selection of affordable accommodation options are available in the local areas.
Changsha Extended Spring Weekend
Each spring there is an extended in-person teaching block of an evening plus four days (e.g. Friday evening to Tuesday afternoon), when two separate modules are covered. This usually takes place in Derby.
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Students in the first year of KST follow the same curriculum, with occasional seminars dedicated to their chosen Track. In years 2-3 the curriculum diversifies and students have opportunity to engage in modules specific to their Track. Certain track modules include learning ‘on location’ for a more immersive learning environment.
KST has a mentoring programme to work alongside the main teaching weekends. The purpose of mentoring groups is to further develop your thinking through the things that you have been learning and help you to turn the theory into practice by applying the teaching in your work, church, community, or mission project.
Virtual Learning Platform
KST students also have the support of a highly interactive virtual learning community where you can discuss topics with fellow students, share resources & access the teaching staff.
We believe that we learn best when we learn with others: having our assumptions challenged, our thinking shaped, and our faith sharpened. This means we are committed to finding ways to support students to be part of a community that is learning together.