Edinburgh Theological Seminary (ETS) students have completed their classes for this year and are currently sitting their end of semester exams.
The academic year at the seminary is divided into two halves; the first semester runs from September to December, while the second semester runs from January to May. Classes began back in September, and students have been working their way through a variety of topics over the past three months. Over the exam period, students are being assessed across a range of different subjects including Hebrew, Greek and Systematic Theology.
Principal Iver Martin said, "This is always a busy and intense time for students, but it is a great way to consolidate all that has been learned since classes commenced back in September. Once the exams are finished, students will enjoy a few weeks off before returning at the end of January for the start of the second semester."
"As we approach the end of 2017, I want to express my sincere thanks to all Seminary staff, both part time and full time, for all their hard work and dedication in serving at ETS. I also want to express gratitude to all those who continue to support us through prayer. As we look ahead to 2018, we pray that God would lead us and teach us, so that we can serve him more and more."
Please pray for all the students and faculty through this busy time.
For more information on ETS please visit www.ets.ac.uk