Founded in 1968, Regent College was the first graduate school of theology in North America to make the education of the laity its central focus. Our Christ-centred programs and courses bring together vibrant evangelical faith and rigorous academics, cultivating intelligent, vigorous, and joyful commitment to Jesus Christ, His church, and His world.
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Regent College is an international and transdenominational community, welcoming students from over 20 countries and 30 denominations. Staff and faculty are warm and approachable, and the student community is diverse and supportive. New students can plug into community by participating in the college-wide Fall Retreat and joining a weekly fellowship group.
Have big questions? Find some answers with our Graduate Diploma, MA in Theological Studies, or ThM programs. Called to the church? Lay a foundation for meaningful ministry with the MDiv. Already found your calling? The MA in Leadership, Theology & Society can help you grow in your chosen career.
Practicums & Internships
Regent’s commitment to an integrated practice of faith and life has led to the development of a number of hands-on training opportunities. These include Supervised Ministry, Arts Internships, World Christianity Field Immersion, Go Global courses, and Marketplace Field Immersion. Interdisciplinary tracks typically culminate in an Integrative Project exploring the practical implications of the student’s learning.
The Regent College Student Association is a hub for extracurricular engagement. The RCSA organizes several community-wide events, including cultural celebration Taste of the World, end-of-year party L’Chaim, and an annual Christmas bash. Students also enjoy lunchtime concerts in the atrium, soaking prayer in the chapel, and art exhibits in the Lookout Gallery.
As an affiliate of the University of British Columbia, Regent participates in UBC’s intramural sports program. There are a number of sports teams connected with the Regent community, as well as opportunities to participate in drop-in games and pick-up leagues. For more information, contact the RCSA’s Member at Large for Sports at email@example.com.
Regent College’s Go Global program offers first-hand exposure to World Christianity. Students travel to Kenya or Costa Rica to study the contextualization of Christian theology and practice with local scholars. Go Global courses challenge cultural assumptions, preparing students for nuanced and thoughtful engagement with global mission. More locations to come!
Graduates of the MA in Theological Studies and Graduate Diploma pursue a wide range of careers in the marketplace, church, and academy. ThM graduates frequently seek a career in academics, while graduates of the MDiv tend toward formal ministry. The MA in Leadership, Theology, and Society prepares graduates for leadership in their current field.
Join our learning community as we grow together in wisdom. Check us out online, spend a day on campus with Experience Regent (rgnt.net/experience), or get a head start on a degree with a one-week course during our Summer Programs (rgnt.net/summer). If you have questions, or just want to get a feel for the college, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.