Timoty Lent, PhD-student:
I just received official documentation from World Education Services (WES) that my PhD from North-West University, a nationally accredited degree, is equivalent to a regionally accredited degree from a higher educational institution in the United States. The news is really great not only for me but also for both Greenwich School of Theology and NWU.
I want to encourage GST and NWU to be listed on WES as a world-wide institution of higher education at http://www.wes.org/ In so doing, you may attract students not only from the USA but all around the world.
Please share the news with the faculty and staff at GST and my spiritual brothers and sisters in South Africa.
Timothy Lent, PhD (2010)
Rev Martin Davis, PhD-student:
My experience with GST/NWU has been very gratifying and rewarding. While the work required was demanding, my supervisors guided me through the entire process, not only providing me excellent academic assistance but also meaningful personal support and encouragement. The British system of supervised research is tailor-made to the needs of self-motivated pastors and interested others who wish to pursue higher academic credentials granted by an accredited university. I highly recommend the GST/NWU program.
Rev Martin M Davis
Rector, All Nations Anglican Church,
Jackson, MS (USA)
Paul McCuistion, PhD-student:
I am currently in my 3rd year at Greenwich School of Theology and am more excited than ever. This is a great program!
Steve West, PhD-student:
My dissertation has been accepted (revised for book style) for publication by McMaster Divinity College Press here in Canada. McMaster Divinity College is the theological school of a major Canadian university. The final contract has not yet been signed, but the document is being drawn up, and the book proposal has been accepted. You will, of course, be featured in the acknowledgements, since I couldn’t have completed this work without your help.
Thanks again for all your help.
Steve West, PhD (2011)