Continental is an international Pentecostal Centre for Higher Education in Europe. Our students come from many nations and various denominational streams. The seminary has been training men and women since 1959. We offer a wide range of courses for you to choose from.
The academic degrees and diplomas, which Continental Theological Seminary grants, conform to the Belgian legislation on higher education. In consideration of the accepted by the Flemish Parliament “Decree on restructuring higher education in Flanders” of 4th April 2003 and the following amendments, the Belgian Flemish government officially extended registration of Continental Theological Seminary as an institution for higher education to grant degrees in theology. The MTh degree has been accredited and recognized by the Flemish government as academic educational program in the higher education in Flanders, Belgium.
If you are looking for full-time training for one, two, or three years, then you will be interested in exploring our Undergraduate Programs. For those interested, the option to study part-time is available as well. If you already have suitable qualifications then you will be interested in checking out our Graduate Programs. You may also like to come and study for personal spiritual enrichment. The seminary has a flexible approach and tries to meet the needs of each individual.
An international teaching staff of well-qualified men and women teach our courses. Inside and outside the classroom, they are all committed to help you reach your full potential in God.
Finally, CTS is located in the picturesque town of Sint-Pieters-Leeuw near Brussels, Belgium, the capital of Europe. This provides students opportunities for many cultural experiences as well as practical ministry in many languages.
MissionContinental Theological Seminary, a Pentecostal Center for higher education, exists to provide theological studies in an international environment to prepare men and women for Christian ministry and challenge them to develop spiritually, intellectually, emotionally, and culturally in order to serve God and their fellow man.