EGST is a Christian institution that exists to equip Christ-like women and men through theological and related studies and to stimulate research for the service of Church and Society in Ethiopia and beyond. Currently, EGST oﬀers the following programmes to which we invite you to apply.
The Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology, EGST Council of Owners appointed new Council Chair and Vice Chair on its extraordinary meeting held on 12 January 2018. Dr. Eyasu Elias, the EKHC President, is approved as the new Council Chairperson succeeding Rev. Dr Wakseyoum Idossa of EECMY, while Ato Getu Gizaw from ECFE is appointed as […]
EGST staff, students and alumni celebrated Ethiopian Christmas eve on January 2, 2018 at the Addis Ababa Juvenile Delinquency Rehabilitation Centre in Lideta Sub City, Addis Ababa. EGST community presented Christmas songs, narrated Christmas stories, played games, and provided small gifts and refreshments for the children. Two foot balls and 150 T-shirts were also donated […]
A research dissemination workshop on Community Based Maternal and Child Health Project implementation outcomes deliberated on December 7, 2017 at EGST. Organized in collaboration with the Ethiopian Kale Heywet Church Development Commission (EKHCDC) and government sector offices from Nifas Silk Lafto Sub city woreda 2, 4, and 5, the discussion involved a total of more […]
A three day workshop on Channels of Hope for Gender (CoH – Gender) was concluded from November 27-29 2017 at EGST. Jointly organized in partnership with the Evangelical Churches Fellowship of Ethiopia (ECFE) and Norwegian Church Aid, (NCA) the workshop involved a total of 40 women leaders from EECMY, EKHC, 15 ECFE member denominations, four […]
The Ethiopian Graduate School of Theology (EGST) in collaboration with the Norwegian Church Aid (NCA), Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church (EOTC) and other theological institutions conducted an ecumenical research dissemination workshop on November 23, 2017 at Friendship International Hotel, Addis Ababa. The workshop is the second in its type in a series of ecumenical research dissemination […]