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*[[Kiev Theological Academy|Kyiv Orthodox Theological Academy]], Kyiv; [[Church of Russia]]
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* [[Kiev Theological Academy|Kiev Orthodox Theological Academy]], Kiev; [[Church of Russia]]
*Odesa Orthodox Theological seminary, Odesa; [[Church of Russia]]
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* Odesa Orthodox Theological seminary, Odessa; [[Church of Russia]]
*Pochaiv Orthodox Theological Seminary, Pochaiv; [[Church of Russia]]
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* Pochayev Orthodox Theological Seminary, Pochayev; [[Church of Russia]]
*[http://orth-mission.org.ua Poltava Orthodox Missionary School], Poltava; [[Church of Russia]]
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* [http://orth-mission.org.ua Poltava Orthodox Missionary School], Poltava; [[Church of Russia]]
  
 
== Russia ==
 
== Russia ==

Revision as of 14:19, September 28, 2012

Africa

Kenya

South Africa

Asia

Japan

Australia

North America

United States

Distance Education

Canada

Western Europe

France

Germany

United Kingdom

Distance Education

  • University of Wales, Lampeter MTh in Orthodox Studies, also offered as a part time / distance education program with a small residential component (2 weeks per year).

Eastern Europe

Albania

Belarus

Bosnia and Hercegovina

Bulgaria

Croatia

Finland

Distance Education

Greece

Montenegro

Poland

Romania

After the fall of communism in 1989, the number of theological faculties and seminaries multiplied greatly in Romania, as theological education was (re)integrated in the public education system since 1991.

Faculties

Seminaries and theological high-schools

The complete list is to be found here.

Metropolitanate of Muntenia and Dobrogea
Metropolitanate of Moldavia and Bukovina
Metropolitanate of Transylvania
Metropolitanate of Cluj, Alba, Crișana and Maramureș
Metropolitanate of Oltenia
Metropolitanate of Banat

Serbia

Slovakia

Lebanon

Ukraine

Russia

Non-Chalcedonian

India

Australia

United States

United Kingdom

Germany