Bogenhofen Seminary

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Bogenhofen Seminary

Bogenhofen Seminary or Seminar Schloss Bogenhofen is a Seventh-day Adventist seminary of theology, Oberstufenrealgymnasium (high school), and language school in the Innviertel region of Upper Austria.It is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system, the worlds second largest Christian school system. Bogenhofen is 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) east of Braunau am Inn, in the Bezirk Sankt Peter am Hart. The Inn River runs to the north of the school. Neighboring towns are Sankt Peter (southwest), Hagenau (north), and Mining am Inn (east). The language school was added in 1951; in 1957, it affiliated itself with the Goethe-Institut in Munich. High school instruction began at Bogenhofen in 1959. Starting in 1975, one-year instructional programs for lay missionaries were offered. The school at Bogenhofen initially offered courses in seminary, nursing and general studies. The constituents of the Bogenhofen Seminary are as follows: oIntermediate high school with instrumental lessons oStudy of theology oBible study program oLanguage institute a.Department of Biblical Languages - to acquire qualified language skills in Hebrew (Hebrew) and Greek (Graecum) b.German as a Foreign Language - Year Course in Three Trimesters (September - June) or 6 - week Intensive Course (June - July) c.Cooperation with Adventist Colleges Abroad (ACA) d.Degree with the Austrian Language Diploma (ÖSD) oPlant mission school: Practice-oriented training with a focus on mission and community growth, combined with a new project