Our Faculty offers a long tradition of excellence and professional care. We welcome students from different faith traditions and do theology in a global way. International partnerships and Erasmus+ foster a sense of dialogue and creativity. Enriched by various religious perspectives, we learn to think differently.
The aim of the Faculty is to maintain a high level of theological research. Our students graduate from courses leading to both civil and ecclesiastical academic degrees. Annual public lectures and international conferences, monthly research seminars, an extensive list of past dissertations and our own academic peer-reviewed journal Melita Theologica, are evidence of our robust academic activity.
Our staff is divided in six academic departments and a professional administrative office. With our stakeholders, we seek to prepare leaders in professional ethics, education, pastoral ministry, school leadership, interfaith dialogue, justice advocacy, spiritual companionship, and more.