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IBTS - International Baptist Theological Seminary

"IBTS is an international learning and research community at the cutting edge of theological education"



International Baptist Theological Seminary of the European Baptist Federation o.p.s.

Nad Habrovkou 3
164 00 Praha 6
Czech Republic

Tel.: + 420 296 392 311


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International Baptist Theological Seminary


Applications for the MA in Baptistic Histories and Theologies programme

IBTS is still accepting applications for the MA in Baptistic Histories and Theologies programme for 2014/2015. The programme is developed and delivered by the IBTS staff, and approved by and leading to an award of the University of Manchester. …

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Welcome to the main website of the International Baptist Theological Seminary (IBTS) which is a leading centre of post-graduate theological study for Baptist Christians and other evangelical believers.

IBTS is highly regarded by our academic partners, themselves leading world institutions, and we have a multi-national, multi-cultural, multi-generational leadership specialising in providing high quality programmes, mainly MA and PhD. Our student community is drawn from over 30 nations with the majority studying part-time while engaged in various ministries.

IBTS is now a collaborative Centre in the Faculty of Theology of the VU University, Amsterdam with whom we offer PhD programmes in Baptist and Anabaptist History and Baptistic Theologies. Our students research and publish on a wide range of historical, missiological, ethical and theological issues. IBTS is also an approved partner of the Manchester University. Students who successfully complete the IBTS Masters programme will be awarded a Master of Arts degree by Manchester University. Full details of all our programmes can be found in the Academic Programmes section of the site.

Founded in 1949 in Switzerland IBTS moved to Prague in 1997 and is now in the process of relocating to Amsterdam.

IBTS is wholly owned by the European Baptist Federation (EBF), which comprises over fifty Baptist Unions in membership throughout Europe, the Middle East and north Africa.

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