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MA Mission

UK

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What will I learn?

With some of the foremost international experts in Christian mission, leadership, and scholarship, the MA Mission is ideal for going deeper on themes such as: pioneering mission and church planting; responses to church decline in the west; missional movements and networks; the Holy Spirit in leadership; evangelism in a digital age; church history; biblical theology; global justice; missional spirituality, literature & culture; and much more! The degree is validated by The University of Manchester, one of the most significant universities in the world.

The MA in Mission is a highly flexible programme which is normally studied full- or part-time over one to three years. This means it is ideal both for those pursuing an academic vocation as well as for those currently involved in mission or ministry who need to juggle their studies with their church/mission commitments.

Employment Opportunities

Students completing a Postgraduate Certificate Mission, Postgraduate Diploma Mission, or MA Mission could be employed by churches in a voluntary or paid capacity to work in various capacities, depending upon their particular module focus, or chosen Pathway. The PGT Programme provides specialist training and expertise to equip students for a variety of areas. Students gain practical, academic, critical, and reflective skills related to mission, ministry, and teaching both within and beyond the church. They will have gained key discursive and communicative skills throughout their training which will enable them to work well within numerous interactive working environments. Furthermore, their writing assessments will have given them the ability to work independently, and to enhance their organisational, critical, and evaluative capacities. These might be applied well within occupations requiring regular administration and writing, such as office environments, but especially in occupations in which a critical reflection upon practice is a regular feature of the job, such as with charity work, mission agencies, churches, and civic authorities. The MA Mission provides a platform not only for the student’s own training towards mission projects but a platform for them to train others. As such, many organisations directly or indirectly involved in mission may see a candidate with an MA Mission as a valuable asset to them for the training and development of future leaders and workers.

Possible Exit Awards

Postgraduate Certificate (two units)
Postgraduate Diploma (four units).
MA in Mission (four units, plus a dissertation).

Which department am I in?

Mission and Ministry

Study options

Full Time (1 year)

Tuition fees
£6,800.00 (US$ 8,432) per year
Students will pay each unit cost £1,360.

This is a fixed fee
Start date

Expected September 2023

Venue

Cliff College

Hope Valley,

Calver,

S32 3XG, England

Entry requirements

For international students

An undergraduate degree in a Humanities subject, attaining 2:2 or above; Two positive references. 6.3.4 EU and International postgraduate applicants for the postgraduate taught programme whose first language is not English are required to have an IELTS grade/score of at least 6.5 overall and 6.5 in writing. The minimum requirement in all other categories is 6.0.

*There may be different IELTS requirements depending on your chosen course.

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