United Kingdom, England

London School of Theology is providing an opportunity to concentrate in an interdenominational setting at the most significant level of outreaching theology for more than 75 years. They offer compelling and challenging courses that will improve students’ stroll with God while developing students to interconnect with society uniquely. Situated in central London, the college at first offered correspondence courses and night classes. By 1944, only one year after its establishment, more than 300 understudies were enlisted, and after two years there were 1,400 understudies selected at London Bible College with night classes being shown everywhere in the UK. In the Autumn of 1946, the primary full-time understudies began their journey of learning, the class photograph of this companion can be seen along our personnel hallway today. In 1970, London Bible College shifted to Northwood and onto the campus earlier involved by London College of Divinity, an Anglican training school. The 1990s saw the launch of a committed postgraduate community, the Guthrie Center, earlier housed the Center for Islamic Studies. In 2004, London Bible College turned into the London School of Theology. London School of Theology keeps on being referred to all through the world as a spot where scholarly carefulness and thoroughness go inseparably with energy to see understudies develop by and by and profoundly.

Campus Life

The Student Body looks to cultivate a comprehensive society and attempts to guarantee everybody feels esteemed and included. This is done through the surrounding of fun, giggling and festivity, work and live as a family. The educational year starts with the fun of Freshers' Week where understudies across throughout the years and projects meet up to invite new understudies. These social events are run close by induction. Consistently, there are numerous opportunities for the Student Body to socialize, including the yearly Spring Ball and a 'Fun Week' committed altogether to understudy activities and events. The Student Committee arranges other yearly activities, for example, Prayer Week and Missions Week, which is an opportunity to concentration around these two huge territories. These weeks offer the opportunity to serve both the neighborhood Northwood region and the communities. London School of Theology has a devoted Student Center, a spot where students can concentrate on gatherings, even utilize the gymnasium or watch Television. The Students additionally incorporate facilities of kitchen, practice rooms for music, a pool table, table tennis, vending machines, and lounge areas.

Noted Alumni

The community of former principal Gilbert Kirby (1966-1980) said, "The community believes that in years to come a few of the remarkable Christian pioneers in Asia, in Africa, in Latin America and numerous different territories of the world will be people from LBC (LST). Alumnae of the LST is Jeremy Balfour - Scottish Politician, an English mathematician David Bevan, Ruth Edwards - British politician, jazz musician Dan Forshaw and many more.