Workshop Completed on Environmental and Sustainability Education

Environmental and Sustainability Education Workshop organized For Teacher Education and Theological Colleges More »

2017 Annual staff and faculty retreat completed

The 2017 EGST staff and faculty retreat was completed in Hawassa on More »

EGST Development Students Investigated Community Issues Acknowledged Best Student Experience

EGST students, faculty and staff in Development Studies Program conducted practical field More »

The 16th Frumentius Lecture 2017 Celebrated

The annual event of Frumentius Lectures 2017 was marked for the 16th More »

PhD Program Launch

EGST is pleased to launch a PhD programme for the 2017/18 academic More »

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PhD Program Launch

EGST is pleased to launch a PhD programme for the 2017/18 academic year in the areas of Biblical Studies, History of Christianity, Systematic Theology, Practical Theology, Ethics, Philosophy of Religion and Religion in the Public Domain. Application is open from 28 March 2017 – 28 April 2017.


EGST Fellowship Day Marked

EGST fellowship day with Council of Owners, Board, Alumni Council and other stakeholders was marked on 25 March 2017.

The event which aims to strengthen the unity and fellowship of EGST stakeholders focuses on prayer, worship, sermon, updates on EGST status and testimonies from churches and communities.


JTS Donated Books to EGST

The Johannelund Theological Seminary, JTS Student Union donated books and transaction certificate worth 7,767 Swedish Kronor/SEK to EGST on March 25, 2017 during a week-long study tour in Addis Ababa from March18-26, 2017. A team of eleven visitors including students, faculty and missionaries from JTS, Uppsala met EGST Director, visited EGST facilities, took part in monthly worship and attended a briefing on church growth focusing on EKHC experiences.


EGST Facilitated Book Contributions to Ethiopian Seminaries

The Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology (EGST) together with Theological Book Network (TBN) facilitated the delivery of 15,320 books (467 boxes) scheduled to be distributed for fifteen different theological seminaries based in Ethiopia including EGST.

Sara Demissie, EGST Head Librarian remarked that “TBN designated EGST for this library development project because of its leadership in theological education in Ethiopia.” Acknowledging the generosity of TBN and its supporters, she indicated that “the books will be extremely useful to all EGST faculty, students and staff. In addition, the books bring impact on EGST library development plan to reach 20,000 volumes at the end of this year and 40,000 volumes by 2022.”