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St Johns Theological College, Auckland



The College of St John the Evangelist invites applications for a limited number of Visiting Scholars to spend time at the College each year. This opportunity is open to academics, clergy and staff on sabbatical from other institutions for the purpose of writing, study and research. This scholarship would provide College accommodation and facilities for someone who was working on a book, thesis or other form of research. The usual period of the residency would be one to three months.

The residency would include:

1. Accommodation currently in the form of a furnished three bedroomed house within the College grounds.

2. Lunch with the College staff and students during term times.

3. Access to wireless internet on site and in the Library.

4. Use of the John Kinder Theological Library subject to the Library’s access regulations.

5. An invitation to participate as fully as possible in College life and worship.

The College is, however, unable to provide financial support or paid employment during the period of residency.

Details of the application process can be obtained from the Principal/Manukura of the College - Rev'd Katene Eruera


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