PTCEE Orientation & Online Learning System Launch

Greetings from the Extension Programme to all new Residential students at PTC.

Welcome! You are about to begin a new, exciting chapter of your life and we are thrilled to share this experience with you! While you’re busy with your sponsored studies, would your spouse or members of your family like to study some courses through PTCEE or those who wish to study online? You must be wondering about how to study when you have loads of commitment, no problem: We here at PTCEE are moving to both print and ONLINE options. Come, discuss and find out more. We’re in the office very close to the main gate. Look forward to seeing you at the Orientation/Launch programme on Thursday 1st February, 2018 at 9:00 am!

January 30, 2018

  • To whom it may concern,
    I have always been interested in studying with PTCEE and I did contact PTCEE in the past and spoke with Dr. Val Odgen re my mentioned interest. Dr. Val requested my Btheology transcript, which, I sent her and she replied she will talk take my request to her HOD dept meetings. She emailed me back and told me my grades were good enough to do the BDiv Honours but they were not offering that option yet via PTCEE. I still wanted to study the BDiv via PTCEE due to the Pasefika flavour some parts of the degree. So, I still would love to study some parts of the degree and to get some of my papers cross credited. If you do not have my transcript I can send it again. I am not interested in doing the whole degree as mentioned above I do have a BTheo from the University of Auckland in addition where I majored in Practical theology and minored in Biblical studies. I would like to focus my study via PTCEE majoring in Biblical studies and cross credit some of my subjects especially stage 1 and some stage 2 papers. Please let me know via my email whether my request has a chance of approval. Many thanks Murphy

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