I wholeheartedly recommend this programme to all of those who strive for intellectual and personal development.
One can rarely find such fertile soil for the fast and successful development of personal commitment as is the case at the Centre.
Studying protestant theology is an opportunity to gain high levels of knowledge of humanities.
Humanist values have always been strongly promoted on all study programmes of the Centre, and that is rarely encountered in today’s society.
Studying at the University Centre for Protestant Theology Matija Vlačić Ilirik has strengthened my faith and deepened my calling and so today I am a Franciscan Capuchin.
Studying at Matija Vlačić Iirik doesn’t just train students in matters of theology, but also prepares them for life and sharpens many young minds that just might change the world!
The curriculum abounds in courses that broaden the students’ horizons. I appreciate the fact that it appeals to students of different religious backgrounds and worldviews and that they all have the chance to engage in dialogue that is both enriching and stimulating.
As a student at Matija Vlačić Ilirik, I have learnt not only to articulate my faith better, but also to understand the society around me and the influence of religious culture on social and political reality.
Being a student here at Matija Vlačić Ilirik has ignited a passion in me for constant learning.
If I hadn’t enrolled in this programme, I doubt I would have found my life vocation and the courage to pursue it.
Interdisciplinary study programmes offer more than one would expect – no course is confined to its narrow field but is a combination of various disciplines. I like that approach to learning.
Elina Braz de Almeida
Graduating from Matthias Flacius Illyricus has given me a solid foundation for my ministry in the Lutheran Church in Croatia.