The Moscow Theological Academy and the Tambov Theological Seminary signed a partnership agreement.
On February 27, the bishop of Zvenigorod Pitirim and the metropolitan of Tambov and Rasskazov Theodosius, Rector of the Tambov Theological Seminary, signed a partnership agreement between two educational institutions.
The agreement provides the creation of joint scientific projects, the development of educational and methodological complexes, training and reference manuals, the organization of scientific events and the development of publishing programs for releasing scientific and educational literature.
It is planned that teachers will be able to share their experience and improve their qualifications more effectively. Joint conferences, seminars and studies will be held at the Academy and the Tambov Seminary.
Metropolitan Theodosius thanked Bishop Pitirim for making such agreement and expressed his hope for further partnership between these two educational institutions:
Being a high theological school, we are developing and open for cooperation with leading theological educational institutions. So we have started with the Moscow Theological Academy, which I graduated from a very long time ago. I entered the Moscow Theological Seminary in 1981 and in 1984 became a student of the Moscow Theological Academy.
I am really grateful to Bishop Pitirim for agreeing to sign an agreement between the Moscow Theological Academy and the Tambov Theological Seminary. I believe that this will help both our teaching staff and, of course, students to share their experience at conferences and workshops.
We expect to see the MThA teachers at our seminary, as this will be useful and beneficial for our students.
I also hope that students and teachers from our seminary, will take part at conferences organized by the Academy. As far as I am concerned, such mutual communication enriches and helps to develop our theological science».
After signing the agreement, Bishop Pitirim awarded Metropolitan Theodosius with the medal “For Work and Merits”.
The MThA Press Office