EWST offers a Bachelor of Arts in Theology program accredited by the Polish Ministry of Higher Education and Science. The program is designed to prepare students for ministry in churches, fellowships, Christian organizations, and missions, as well as further study in Poland and abroad.
The program includes a student practicum, where students learn to set goals, plan a ministry schedule, and be consistently involved in a specific ministry for one year. One of the student practicum ministries is the "Dorota Mita," which was developed for codependent individuals and includes a detailed program that can be used in support group meetings and pastoral care duties.
A KMF grant helped in promoting the project in the rehabilitation clinic, distributing leaflets among church members and during meetings held in the city, and preparing information for the church's website and brochure. The funds received in 2018 allowed students to take further steps for their personal development in ministry.
EST brings together students from different churches and backgrounds, including Baptist, Lutheran, Methodist, Pentecostal, Brethren, Catholic fellowships, and independent evangelical churches. The program fosters mutual respect and cooperation among students, which carries over into their ministries during their studies and after graduation.
Ministry practice is an integral part of the EST curriculum in the B.A. program, requiring students to be involved in ministry internships that engage them in a wide variety of Christian service. Students serve as pastors, leaders, workers, and mentors in churches, communities, Christian organizations, and mission trips.
Faculty members spend a certain number of hours with their students and oversee student internships, visiting them in their churches and communities. Faculty and administrative staff serve together in local churches, fellowships, and various ministry projects in Wroclaw and throughout Poland, with the purpose of ongoing discipleship and service.