Frequently asked questions and answers for MySATS

Do you need to navigate a MySATS course, reply to an announcement, check your grades, or access your profile or settings? Download the MySATS Student Guide HERE.

Download your Canvas Mobile App for a better online learning experience

The Canvas Student app is the mobile version of Canvas that helps students stay current with their courses anywhere. You can download the Canvas Student app on Android and iOS devices HERE

You can sit in on a SATS PhD Oral Defence

Batanayi I. Manyika will give an oral defence of his PhD Thesis titled “Philemon: A Transformation of Social Orders” on the 9th of June, 14:00 (C.A.T).

If you are interested in listening to this fascinating topic, please contact Dr Robert Falconer at robertf@sats.edu.za for the link to the online forum.

Being African and Female

SATS is pleased to announce the PhD scholarship for African women. While seeking to invest in the theological formation of one successful applicant, SATS hopes to spread the message that its online learning model opens new possibilities for women to pursue theological studies at all levels—from certificate to PhD. To apply, you must meet the following criteria:

  • African and female
  • Hold an accredited research master’s degree, preferably in theology
  • Hold a significant position in your local church or community

Applications for this scholarship will close on the 28th of August.

Apply now!