Summer Colloquium '22

22 - 27 August 2022

Summer Colloquium

Summer Colloquium '22

Location : ETF Leuven

Language : English

Register now for our annual ETF Open University Summer Colloquium featuring three inspiring academic courses which intersect theology, church and society:

  • “Responding to Public Crises: Christian Thinkers on the Fall of Rome (410) and the Dutch Disaster Year (1672)” by Prof. Dr. Aza Goudriaan (ETF Leuven)
  • “The Contribution of Hebrews to Early Christian Theology” by Dr. Douglas J. Moo (Wheaton College, Illinois, VS)
  • Information on the third course will be released soon.

This international study week includes lectures, various activities and times for meeting and reflection. The Summer Colloquium is required for ETF Open University students, but is also open to interested people who have completed university studies, current students from other universities, pastors, teachers, staff members of (Christian) organizations etc.

ECTS
Participants receive proof of credits upon successful completion of the course. The workload for this course is approximately 140 hours (5 ECTS credits). Participants will be required to prepare for the course through assignments distributed in advance and during the week. At the end of the week there may be a final examination.

Tarieven

ETF Student Price Regular Price*
lectures and meals € 240 € 460
lectures, student room and meals € 410 € 630
lectures, guest room and meals € 455 € 675

* If you are not yet a student at ETF Leuven but decide after this Summer Colloquium to enroll in our Bachelor’s or Master’s ETF Open University program for the academic year 2021-2022, you will receive a reduction of €200 on your tuition costs.

Register now
Registration will open soon. You will be able to register until 1 June 2022.

 

Summer Colloquium '21

Summer Colloquium '21

This international study week includes lectures, various activities and times for meeting and reflection. The Summer Colloquium is required for ETF Open...

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