At LST, we believe in integration of rigorous and stimulating academic programmes based upon biblical truth, with personal formation and the development of practical skills for Christian service.

There is opportunity to learn the certainty of Jesus Christ, the relevance of Scripture, the joy of living in Christian community and the challenge of mission.

Studying at LST will help you unlock God’s Word, think theologically, and equip you with the tools to use it to make a difference in your life and others.

LST offers CertHE, DipHE and BA Hons level courses, all validated by Middlesex University.

Overview • TheologyTheology & Counselling • Theology, Music & Worship


LST’s Master of Theology, Master of Philosophy and Doctor of Philosophy Research degree options provide opportunities to be involved in groundbreaking research.

The MA in Integrative Theology  emphasises integration of these disciplines through its ground-breaking and unique integrative theological method establishes a holistic approach to Christian Theology with practical implications for life in society and Christian discipleship.

The Postgraduate Studies in Theological Education is a distinctive set of programmes which provides a series of highly flexible and internationally deliverable courses from a foundational Postgraduate Certificate to a full MA. It prepares students for ministry and leadership in the church and in personal growth.

Whether research degree or MA, the courses are validated by Middlesex University.

Overview • MThMPhilPhD

Distance Learning

LST offers the flexibility of studying at undergraduate and postgraduate levels without needing to study on site. If you have a desire to grow your biblical knowledge and study material that will develop you academically, pastorally and spiritually, LST’s distance learning courses could be for you. You can choose the learning that suits you and your situation.

Overview • UndergraduateMA by Distance Learning


Credits Methodology

LST issues 60 credits with one credit being equal to ten learning hours. Credits are allocated on the basis of the relative importance of subjects and the length of time required to teach, learn and assess subjects. The ECTS values of course units taken are converted to LST credits using the ratio of 1:2, conforming to the 120-credit year in common with much of the UK (= 60 ECTS).

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