Accreditation by the Ministry of science and education in Croatia

Pursuant to the provisions of Article 20, paragraph 7 of the Law on Quality Assurance in Science and Higher Education, and the Regulation on the Content of Licenses and Conditions for the Issuance of Licenses for Higher Education Activities, Study Program and Reaccreditation of Higher Education Institutions, and Article 96 of the Law on General Administrative Procedures on the occasion of the request made by the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Osijek, and following the positive accreditation recommendation of the Agency for Science and Higher Education of May 4, 2018, with the prior opinion of the Accreditation Council of the Agency, Ministry of Science and Education passed on May 15, 2018 the decision to grant:


Validation by the European Evangelical Accreditation Association (EEAA)

During its visit to the Seminary, and on the basis of the previous request and documentation submitted in the validation process of the study programs at the European Evangelical Accreditation Association, the ECTE (EEAA) Council issued on April 14, 2018 a decision for the five year validation of the study programs conducted at the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Osijek.

The EEAA does not award diplomas but validates existing programs according to the standards of evangelical theological schools of higher education. Students who successfully complete their studies at the Seminary may request an EEAA certificate based on their diploma and accompanying documents, which grant them a recognition by evangelicals worldwide and confirm that the Seminary itself has succeeded in reaching significant quality standards in theological higher education.

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    ETS is organizing the theological integration conference on Christian conversion - “Christian Conversion: Multi-disciplinary, International and Ecumenical Perspectives” The conference on Christian conversion aims to be a scholarly and reflective inquiry into the Christian practice and experience of conversion from a variety of relevant academic disciplines, national-cultural contexts, and ecclesial traditions, with special care to address the topic within the context of Central and Eastern Europe. The conference will include presentations of academic papers from keynote speakers and accepted submissions from an open call for papers, as well as planned interactive sessions on designated topics. Publication of an anthology of some or all presented papers will be sought with the goal of publication by October, 2022 in celebration of VETU-ETS’s 50th anniversary. More about the conference...
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    All first-year, degree-seeking applicants, are eligible to be considered for merit scholarship!
  • Merit-Based Scholarship for Early applicants (until May 15th!)

    All first-year, degree-seeking applicants, are eligible to be considered for merit scholarship!
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  • Merit-Based Scholarship for Early applicants (until April 30th!)

    All first-year, degree-seeking applicants, are eligible to be considered for merit scholarship!