Helena, from Madrid
Helena, from Madrid
“Online education enables to attend a university teaching at your own pace, without giving up your activities. You can choose your subjects and discover theology according to your possibilities. Online education has allowed me to access to theology, a discipline I absolutely didn’t know before.”
Fidy, from Toulouse
Fidy, from Toulouse
“After my work, I studied theology thanks to distance teaching. I did it during two years. The studies are demanding but easily compatible with professional life. With the digital environment the distant students will feel less lonely: they will be able to communicate better among themselves and with their professors. Online education is an asset for theology teaching: theology is becoming more accessible, more comprehensible and more open to the outside world.”
Diane, from Givors
Diane, from GivorsA Social Worker and mother of three children
“I have been a distant student for two years and my life organization can be sometimes complicated! But online education adapt to my own life rhythm. I can reconcile my working and family lives with my life as a learner. With online education, the IPT is being modernized and I am very glad about that. Finally, the realities of today learners are taken into account!”
Alain-Georges, from Lyon
Alain-Georges, from LyonA law teacher and father of three young children
“Online education is a form of decentralization: not a decentralization of the knowledge, but a decentralization of the means of accessing knowledge. Online education is a great opportunity for the IPT: it provides greater flexibility and reactivity. Online education is a means to widely promote theology. With the arrival of online education, the IPT no longer goes against the evolution of educational tools for universities.”