Thomas Aquinas

Call for Applications: The Scholasticum Institute

Guest Post by the Faculty of The Scholasticum Institute

We, the associated faculty of The Scholasticum Institute, in the birthplace of St. Bonaventure (Bagnoregio, Italy), hereby announce the establishment of a new institute of medieval studies dedicated to reviving the study of Scholastic Theology and Philosophy. The institute will have as its goal the formation of a new generation of theologians and philosophers who have been trained and equipped according to the sources and method of study employed by Sts. Thomas Aquinas and St. Bonaventure.
The institute will offer courses to students physically present at its headquarters in Rome and by video-conferencing to those throughout the world. Applications are now open and can be accessed at our Registrar’s office in Rome, or on our website!
We offer a 1- or 2-year course of study with the option of four cycles: Baccalaureus Philosophicus, Baccalaureus Biblicus, Baccalaureus Sententiarius, and Magister Sacrae Doctrinae.
Please see our informational flyer and Annuario Academico for more information.
Rob Bradshaw

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