The Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa at the University of the Free State offers accredited (post) graduate studies (master's and PhD), postdoctoral research studies, colloquia, seminars and short learning programmes (online and class). The programmes are focused on primary source material contributing to research, education, and publication. The programmes furthermore concentrate in the wide field of Edwards studies including, but not limited to, historical, sociological, legal, theological, philosophical context and trajectories. Master's studies are internationally recognised and accepted for PhD programmes, including, but not limited to, the VU Amsterdam University, The Netherlands. PhD studies at the Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa at the University of the Free State will be published by internationally recognised academic publishers such as Peter Lang (USA) and Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht (Germany).

The Jonathan Edwards Centre Africa at the University of the Free State adheres to the The Chicago Manual of Style, a widely used and respected style guide for editorial practice, American English grammar, and document preparation (academic paper, thesis, dissertation). Its sixteen editions have prescribed writing and citation styles widely used in publishing.

See further: Master's studies, PhD studies, Postdoctoral Research studies, Online Courses, Short-learning programmes, Seminars, and Students.