The Pan African School of Theology is a private college in central Kenya that offers Christian ministry scholarships. The college is promoting officially recognized university-level programmes in theology-related fields.
The World Council of Churches is offering scholarships for postgraduate studies ranging from 3 months to 2 years. The program is open to all lay and ordained men and women with recommendation from the WCC or from their respective church organization.
The Catholic Theological Union offers a variety of scholarships and grants, designed for specific ministry references. Women studying for ministry may take advantage of the McAuley Scholarship Fund. Interested applicants to biblical spirituality courses may take advantage of the Stuhlmueller Scholarship Fund. Meanwhile, the Geaney Scholarship Fund is offered to lay students of ministry, just like the Wheeler Scholarship Fund and the World Mission Fund. On the other hand, the International Women’s Scholarship Fund is awarded to women from Third World countries.
Waldorf College offers the Lutheran Leader Program to international students from developing nations. The college will screen and evaluate the candidate according to: financial need, proper requirements, and membership to the Lutheran denomination or Lutheran-related ministry.
The ELCA International Scholarship is offered to church leaders in order for them to gain and accumulate advanced training in areas of work where the church is actively participating in like theology, health care, development, etc. After the grantees will complete their schooling, they will be required to assume a designated responsibility in the companion church at their home country.
The Franciscan University of Steubenville offers two scholarships to aspiring MA Theology and Christian Ministry students. This program is open to African citizens and residents who are either Roman Catholic clergy, religious, or laypersons. The grant will cover for tuition fee and materials through Franciscan University Distance Learning.
The Fund for Theological Education offers fellowships and a network of support for students who have leadership qualities. The program’s mission is to encourage those gifted students to consider ministry and teaching as their vocation.
The Christian International Scholarship Foundation is offering scholarships for students interested in pursuing advanced theological education. Applicants are screened and evaluated according to the following criteria: leadership skills, Christian faith, hometown employment, and ministry plan.
The Educating Africans for Christ partners with evangelical African churches to assist African missionaries. This foundation aims to provide African missionaries with whatever they need to perform their vocation.
The Methodist Global Education Scholarship Program is offered to ministry leaders. The Program will be conducted at the regional level for those institutions participating in the Technical Assistance and Scholars Programs.
The Church of Uganda University Scholarships is offered to aspiring applicants enrolling at the Uganda Christian University . Requirements to qualify would include that the applicants should be Anglican students, interest in a Bachelor’s or Master’s of Divinity, have been sent by their Bishop for training at the Bishop Tucker School of Divinity and Theology (or Diploma in Theology at Bishop Barham University College).