Building Leaders through Academics
Continental 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.
Areas of Study
We Speak Your Language
French and English speakers are nearly
equal in number at CTS
Undergraduate Studies in Pentecostal Theology and Biblical Studies with Biblical Language SpecialisationThis course of studies is designed to help the student concentrate his/her studies in the area of Biblical languages as well as obtain adequate and sufficient knowledge in the major fields of Bible and ... more
Undergraduate Studies in Pentecostal Theology and Biblical Studies with Missiological SpecialisationThis course of studies is designed to help the student concentrate his/her studies in the area of Missions as well as obtain adequate and ... more
We Are Diverse
Over 30 nations are represented with a mix of
58% male and 42% female students.
Academic AccommodationsIt is the policy of Continental Theological Seminary to provide reasonable academic accommodations to qualified individuals with documented disabilities. The Seminary will adhere to all applicable laws, regulations, and guidelines to provide reasonable flexibility measures to qualified students. For further information please contact CTS Academic Accommodations.
We Live in the Community
Nearly 60% of students live on campus while the remainder commute from Brussels and beyond.
Accreditation of Academic Programs
The establishing of Continental Theological Seminary, as an institution of higher education in Europe was first born in the heart of Rev. Alfred Amitié the founding director of the school. For sixty years now Continental has sent out alumni into more than 60 countries.
The seminary has been officially recognized and accredited within its European context. On 25 November 2005 the Belgian Flemish Government granted the recognition and official registration to the seminary as an institution offering higher theological education. The first rigorous procedure for academic accreditation was completed, on 18 October 2007 when the CTS’s Master of Theology in Evangelical and Pentecostal Studies Degree Program was fully accredited by the Belgian Flemish Ministry of Education. Thus, CTS was authorized to issue its own Master’s degree program as the other degree granting recognized European institutions of higher education. In 2011 the program passed the test of accreditation renewal scheduled according to the Belgian legislation and its full accreditation continues until 2027 when accreditation renewal test is due again.
For more information, please visit the official site of the Higher Education Register.