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Thursday 21 November
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Welcome to Melbourne School of Theology

Melbourne School of Theology is a non-denominational Bible college with a strong focus on preparing and equipping Christian leaders for mission. Whether you’re going into ministry in a local church, interested in cross-cultural work or just wanting to expand your knowledge of Scripture and grow in your faith, MST has the course you’re looking for!

From Worship and Creative Arts to Philosophy; Church History to Theology; Ancient Greek to Ancient Hebrew; Pastoral Skills to Spiritual Formation, there are a range of very different subjects and courses available.

Have a wander around the site for more information or pop in for a visit! Make an appointment to chat with our friendly Enrolment Coordinator about your study options.

Upcoming Events

  • 21Nov 2019
    OPEN NIGHT – Thursday 21st November

    Whether you’re considering studying with us in 2020 or exploring your options, we welcome you to join us for our Open Night! Come visit the campus and chat with our friendly lecturers, have a taste of what it would be like to study with us! We’ll be having supper together and you will be able to ask any questions you may have or sit in on a short talk. Register your interest now to be kept in the loop!

  • 01Jan 2020
    100 Years

    C.H. Nash held the very first class of our College on the 13th of September 1920 and next year we are excited to celebrate 100 years of equipping God’s people with an exciting year full of special events and fellowship. We hope that you can join us at one or more of these events to celebrate all that God has done in and through our College.

Notice Board

The latest MST Ambassador Magazine is available NOW!

Inside our Spring Issue:

  • Habits of the Heart - From the Executive Principal
  • God’s Holy People - A Crisis of Character
  • Calling and Obedience - From the Principal of Worldview Centre for Intercultural Studies
  • Striving Towards Excellence - New Master of Theology (Chinese)
  • Live in Tents – Build Only Altars by David Price, Book Review
  • Calling All Coconuts - Alumni News