Jesuit College of Spirituality, a work of the Australian Province of the Society of Jesus.
Jesuit College of Spirituality:
- specialises in the study of Ignatian spirituality and Christian pastoral formation for ministry;
- provides opportunities for research in spirituality, leadership and supervision;
- collaborates with centres of spiritual formation, business leaders and other industry partners to ensure excellence and relevance of all of its programs for personal and professional development.
Jesuit College of Spirituality is an interdisciplinary institute that commenced in 1999 (then named, Sentir Graduate College of Spiritual Formation). A particular strength of Jesuit College of Spirituality is its variety of pathways for study, research and specialisation.
Jesuit College of Spirituality aims at establishing a community of academics, students and professional partners dedicated to the pursuit of a deep understanding of the interconnection between personal formation and organisational development enabling creative leaders to transform the world.