St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute has also joined together with other institutions, societies, associations, and organizations that promote higher education to conclude a number of other cooperative agreements, (including memoranda of understanding, partnerships, and alliances), that commit the signatories to the development of collaborative activities in areas of mutual interest, such as:
(a) the exchange of professors, researchers, and/or other academic staff;
(b) the mutual recognition of credits, courses, certificates, and/or degrees;
(c) the exchange and mobility of students and/or researchers;
(d) the development of joint certificate and/or degree programs;
(e) the creation of collaborative research projects;
(f) the promotion of joint lectures, conferences, seminars, symposia, and/or colloquia;
(g) the sharing of resources and technology;
(h) the promotion of Off-Campus and Study Abroad programs;
(i) and/or other academic co-operation as mutually agreed.
Memoranda of Understanding
- The Conservatory of Arts of the Serbian Orthodox Church, RS
- The Andrei Åžaguna Faculty of Orthodox Theology, (Lucian Blaga University of Sibiu), RO
- The Center for Multidisciplinary Educational Research - Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, (Andhra University), IN
- E-Quip Diploma in Orthodox Theology, UK
- The Intercultural Counseling and Healing Center: Traditions of the Earth, RU
- The Pavel Florensky School of Orthodox Theology (EUCLID Consortium and Affiliated Institutions), CF
- The School of Health at the University of Northampton, UK
- The Socratic Philosophical School (link to virtual courses in Spanish), GR
- The South African Theological Seminary, ZA
- The UNESCO - World Philosophical Forum, GR
St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute 'M.Sc. in Orthodox Studies' graduates are encouraged to apply for the Amridge University (AU) Doctor of Ministry (D. Min.) program. The prerequisites to acceptance into the D. Min. program can be found in the AU Academic Catalog. Amridge University (which is located in Montgomery, Alabama, US), is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Exceptional St. Gregory Nazianzen Orthodox Institute 'B.Sc. in Orthodox Studies' graduates are also encouraged to apply for the Institute for Orthodox Christian Studies (IOCS) course leading to the MA in Pastoral Theology, taught within the Cambridge Theological Federation in the United Kingdom. The prerequisites to acceptance into the IOCS course leading to the MA in Pastoral Theology include: (a) an outstanding GPA and/or academic qualifications; (b) a willingness to serve the Church in a pastoral capacity, and (c) a 6.5 or 7.0 score in the academic version of the International English Language Testing System, or its equivalent. Students who pass the IOCS course leading to the MA in Pastoral Theology with distinction may seek access to the Cambridge University M. Phil. Program, which is the gateway to Cambridge doctoral studies.