Tyndale House Student Scholars Program
Tyndale House (TH) is a centre for fostering evangelical biblical research. In pursuit of its charitable objects “to advance the Evangelical Christian Religion… through promoting biblical scholarship and research” TH's Student Scholars Program seeks to encourage and disciple evangelicals considering serving in academia.
Tyndale House is seeking evangelical Christian students with a good knowledge of Hebrew, Greek, or other ancient language to contribute to world-class research projects being undertaken at Tyndale House, and receive training in academic research skills. Selected students will participate in the programme during university vacation under the leadership of Dr Peter Williams, Warden of Tyndale House.
The programme runs 17 July—25 August 2017. The student should be willing to commit to a minimum of four weeks (Mon-Fri). Attendance at the first two weeks is compulsory, after which dates are more flexible. Maximum possible attendance is preferable.
Normally 15 months of Greek or Hebrew in university, with a good reading skill attained, though applications are accepted from candidates with comparable skill in another ancient language. You should be an undergraduate or someone due to graduate shortly at a UK university, studying Theology, Classics, or Middle-Eastern languages, or some other closely related discipline. Applications are welcome from those studying outside the UK. However applicants should be aware that there may be VISA restrictions upon their participation in the program. Tyndale House is not responsible for supporting a UK VISA to potential candidates.
Tyndale House will make a contribution towards living expenses based around the number of scheduled hours spent engaged contributing to research projects, with an estimated working week of 37 hours research time. This does not include tuition or other contact time from staff and faculty. Participants will be expected to source and pay for their own accommodation in Cambridge, but Tyndale House are willing to provide help in sourcing living arrangements where necessary.
If you are interested in taking part in the TH Student Scholars Program, please send an e-mail by Friday 3 February to Pete Myers email@example.com containing:
• A covering letter of no more than one side telling us of your relevant interests and training, spiritual background and sense of vocation and the vacation dates when you are available.
• Curriculum vitae.
• Details, including e-mail, of one academic and one pastoral referee (preferably your church minister).
You may be interviewed by phone or in person.
For further details TH Student Scholars Program 2017 advert.pdf