Tilburg School of Catholic Theology
TST's motto is "Thinking Faith". Faith and religion are no longer as widespread in our society as they were, but remain relevant social factors. On an individual level, spirituality and faith are still vitally important to many, and faith and religion continue inspire and comfort people.
The study of theology is broad and profound and includes both personal and academic formation.
10:30 - 12:30
Online Study Information Day Theology study programs
Are you interested in the Bachelor's program in Theology, the Master's program in Theology, the Master Teacher Religious Education Program, or the Master's program in Christianity and Society? On March 5, you can visit our Online Study Information Day (in Dutch) to get to know the study environment, follow a trial lecture, and meet a student, lecturer, and alumnus of the programs.
16:15 - 17:15
Valedictory address Prof. P.H.A.I. Jonkers
Religious truth, wisdom and the challenge of pluralism
16:15 - 17:15
Valedictory address Prof. Fred A.H.M. van Iersel
Title: Wars and Rumors of War. On the Legitimacy of Military Chaplaincy from a Theological Perspective
Easter under the cloud of corona: a story’s power01st April 2021
Can Easter enlighten us to keep hope in times of corona? Professor Bart Koet connects the story of Easter to other narratives in history.
Universities in the Netherlands present alternative Student Cabinet29th March 2021
Not a coalition agreement to last for four years, but a long-term plan, based on scientific knowledge. The universities in the Netherlands have presented an alternative coalition agreement – right after the Dutch parliamentary elections and at the start of the formation of a new Cabinet. Fourteen students form the first Dutch Student Cabinet and each represent a Minister’s portfolio with a suitable plan for the future of the Netherlands.
The corona crisis as an opportunity for improved relationships between people and with nature24th March 2021
The corona crisis teaches us that perfectibility is illusory and that people cannot do without communities. That is the thesis of the recently published book Nothing in Excess. Re-evaluating Nature, the Economy and Life post Corona, written by Prince Carlos de Bourbon Parma, Professor of Theology Paul van Geest, and Professor Emeritus of Economics Sylvester Eijffinger.
What does studying Theology entail?
What subjects will you study are covered, for example, and what can you do with a Theology degree?
Take a look at the website, and if you want a more personalized answer, visit an Open Day or a Study Information Day. Ask the questions you have, attend a mock lecture and sample the atmosphere at the faculty. You can do this both in Tilburg and Utrecht.