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Luther Seminary has more than 50 international students from over 20 countries.
The Schiotz Fellowship provides an opportunity for an international scholar to spend five to nine months at Luther Seminary for research, writing, teaching and interacting with Luther Seminary faculty and students.
Cross-cultural competencies form one aspect of cross-cultural education, but so too is real-world encounter with diverse cultural locations and the people who live, work and worship there.
Luther Seminary and the Menighetsfakultet in Oslo, Norway, have had a long-standing working relationship in which students from either school are welcome to study at the other school.
The purpose of the Graduate Preaching Fellowship is to improve one’s preaching through study and experience abroad.
The Andrew S. Burgess Lecture in Global Mission was inaugurated in 1991 in an ongoing effort to introduce leading scholars in global mission to the Luther Seminary community.