Scholarships   Universities   Conferences   Student associations   Summer courses   Jobs   How to write a...

Find us on Google+
[find out more]
[find out more]
[find out more]
[find out more]

 Log email:
Not a member? Click here to join.

United States
European Union
CEE States

Small fee conferences
No fee conferences
Full grant conferences

Summer courses
United States
European Union
CEE States


How to write a...
How to write a resume How to write a CV
Write a motivation letter
Prepare your trip aboard
Write a structured essay
Prepare for an interview
Write a cover letter
Write a research essay
Write a recommendation letter
Apply for a scholarship

Featured websites

Retete culinare ilustrate

Retete de vis

Easy recipes explained step by step

St. StephenCollege
Edmonton, Canada


University description (as per official university website)

Our Heritage
In 1903, the then “North-West Territories” of Canada comprised a vast area which extended from Manitoba west to the British Columbia border and north to the Arctic Ocean. Federal policies were encouraging migration west, and by 1911 the population of Edmonton had reached a staggering 30,000!

As population numbers increased, the Methodists in Edmonton saw the need for an institution of higher learning. And so, in 1903, the Edmonton District of the Methodist Church established Alberta College to provide high school and early university training. The school met first in the new Freemasons’ Hall on 102nd Street south of Jasper Avenue, until a new building could be erected.

With increasing population, the need for ministers in the west also increased, and in 1908 Alberta College decided to form a Faculty of Theology – at the same time making the decision to cross the North Saskatchewan River into the City of Strathcona and to join there in the foundation of Alberta’s new provincial university. The rest, as they say, is history: the community of learning and transformation which was to be named “St Stephen’s College” was born. In 2008, we celebrate one hundred years of that rich heritage here in the West.

Our Present

From its beginnings, St Stephen’s has had a reputation for innovation in theological education. Here, we value flexibility, non-traditional modes of learning, an action-reflection model of education, the testing of new methodologies, collegiality, inclusive imagery, self-directed learning, and the integration of theology with the arts. Here, we assume students have as much to offer the learning process as they have to receive from it. Here, we seek to discover new and creative ways of education for the whole person–body, mind and spirit. Here, we are committed to learning that both informs us and transforms us, and that helps us to shape the society in which we live.

As part of the St Stephen’s community, you will be encouraged to develop learning goals that fit your life experiences and faith commitments, whatever those are. We will make available to you faculty from a wide variety of backgrounds whose experience and expertise in other contexts will broaden and enrich your own. As well as courses offered in five-day intensives on campus, we have semester-long, online, directed reading and correspondence opportunities. We are committed to making courses and programs as accessible as we can, while maintaining a diverse learning community. Our success is evidenced by students and faculty who come to us from across Canada and the United States, and from overseas.

St Stephen’s is primarily oriented toward graduate theological education. However, if a formal program is not what you need, most of our classes are open to occasional learners as well. We seek to live out our commitment that study and integration for all persons is fundamental in equipping members of our communities to live in a changing world which is no longer satisfied with pious platitudes and unfounded authoritarianism.

Our Future

St Stephen’s will continue to equip persons of spirit to meet the opportunities and challenges of life in a turbulent and globally-aware society, by offering spiritual nourishment and vision, reflection and adaptation. We invite you to join us on that journey!

Unless the eye catch fire, God will not be seen.
Unless the ear catch fire, God will not be heard.
Unless the tongue catch fire, God will not be named.
Unless the heart catch fire, God will not be loved.
Unless the mind catch fire, God will not be known.

William Blake

Affirming Statement of Faith

We of the St Stephen’s College community share values that shape our responses to changing rural, urban and global perspectives, and that define our life together. These values are characterized by inclusiveness and justice in language and practice for all persons, regardless of their race, creed, gender identity, age, sexual orientation or physical ability.

We recognize the challenges facing our church, our society, and our world, and we endeavour to dissolve the barriers to deep spiritual reflection and study.
We strive to create a safe space, within a climate of respect and trust, for all people to be open and honest (personally and intellectually) regarding their life experiences.
We open ourselves to Sacred Spirit to guide our lives within this community

Scholarships section: Scholarships website section
Scholarships email:

   Scholarships and grants for international students @ St. StephenCollege

Next >>
   NAWIC Founders Scholarship Foundation NAWIC Founders Scholarship Foundation Canada / China Scholarship Program Microsoft Corporation Graduate Scholarships
   Mary A Gardner Scholarship Harry and Sarah Zelzer Fellowship International Room, Board and Tuition Grants Hagley Museum and Library Grants-in-Aid
   Graduate Teaching Assistantship International Presidential Scholarship Charles LeGeyt Fortescue Fellowship Dissertation Fellowships on Peace and Security in the Changing World
   Gwendolen M Carter/PAS-NU Fellowships Howard Heinz Social and Public Policy Fellowships Mackenzie King Traveling Scholarships International Friendship Grant

Next >>



Junior Fulbright Program
United States

Ford Foundation International Fellows Program

Rotary Fellowships
Global Network of Community Volunteers

Student grants

Graduate Assistantship and Doctoral Assistantship

International Fee Remission

Half Tuition Merit Scholarships

Grant in Aid

Lillian Moller Gilbreth Scholarship

Harvard-Smithsonian Postdoctoral and Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory Predo

Japan Studies Dissertation Workshop

Hauser Global Scholars Program

Need-Based Grants

Gwendolen M Carter/PAS-NU Fellowships

Internship in Environmental Education

Internships for Astronomical Research

Howard Heinz Social and Public Policy Fellowships

MASWE Memorial Scholarship

Jesse Marvin Unruh Assembly Fellowship

High School Graduate Scholarships

Graduate Assistantship

Frank M Chapman Memorial Fund

International House of Japan

Catherine H Beattie Fellowship for Conservation Horticulture


University of KwaZulu-Natal

University of Limpopo

University of Pretoria

University of South Africa

University of Stellenbosch

University of the Free State

University of the Witwatersrand

University of Western Cape - UWC

University of Zululand

Copperbelt University

University of Zambia

Solusi University

Universidade de Cabo Verde

University of Mauritius

Universite de la Reunion

Privacy | Disclaimer | Sitemap