The face of mission has changed, and it's European. Today, Christians recognise that mission is just as much about reaching those on our doorsteps, as it is about the developing world.
If you love the UK and Europe - love the diversity, the vibrancy, the community, the cultural melting-pot and the opportunities for mission it brings, then specialising in European Mission will give you the tools you need to be as effective as possible in your corner of the world.
European Mission is a study stream of the MA in Contemporary Missiology; so completing this programme will give you an MA in Contemporary Missiology (European Mission).
The MA in Contemporary Missiology (European Mission) is validated by the University of Gloucestershire.
The MA in Contemporary Missiology gives you a firm understanding of mission approaches and issues.
Research Methods and Approaches for Missiological Study (CM1)
explore approaches to the concept of missio Dei (God’s mission in the world) and holistic mission, and give a thorough orientation on skills for postgraduate missiological research and study.
Global Missiological Issues in Intercultural Contexts (CM2)
focus on a number of crucial issues that demand attention as we participate in God’s mission in the contemporary world.
Crucial Issues for European Mission and Theology (CM4)
take an interdisciplinary approach to missiology and gain a thorough understanding of European contexts and identities, while critically examining the big issues that impact Christian mission and theology in the UK and Europe today.
The Practice of Christian Mission in European Contexts (CM5)
take a look at mission practice in the UK and Europe today, in all its complexity and diversity, and reflect on your own mission practice in the light of all you have learned.
the culmination of your learning experience; frame and negotiate a research question (usually related to your field of experience and/or current work) and relating your topic to themes within European contexts, present your findings with reference to current academic research, and their practical implications for mission today.
Download the full course outline for the MA in Contemporary Missiology (European Mission) here.
You can begin the MA in the Spring, Summer or Autumn, and students typically take two to four years to complete the programme, allowing them to study as they serve.
The compulsory modules are available to study in Weekend Mode (completing each module over two long weekends in Spring or Autumn) or Summer School Mode (studying both modules at our three week study intensive in July).
The elective modules associated with the specialism in European Mission are only available in Summer School Mode.
Option 1: Begin your MA in Mixed Mode in the Spring
Apply for the programme by 23 January 2020.
Study CM2 over two long weekends, 6-9 March and 24-27 April 2020.
Study CM5 at our Summer School, 13-17 July 2020.
Study CM4 at our Summer School next year 3-23 July 2021 (provisional).
Years 3 to 4
Complete your research dissertation and graduate with an MA in Contemporary Missiology (European Mission).
Option 2: Begin your MA in Summer School Mode in July
Apply for the programme by 23 May 2020.
Study CM2 and CM5 at our Summer School, 6-24 July 2020.
Study CM1 and CM4 at our Summer School, 3-23 July 2021 (provisional).
Tuition fees for the MA in Contemporary Missiology are £6,350 for students beginning their course in 2019. Note: this is the tuition cost for the whole course, not per year.
There is also an Academic Administration Fee charged each year you are registered on the course, and costs associated with the Mode of Delivery you choose to cover the time that you are at the College.
For more information about fees, accommodation options and payment schedules, please see our fees page.
Download the fee sheet here.
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Redcliffe College MA programmes are validated by the University of Gloucestershire.
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