See this article by Christoph Ochs, on The Functional Absence of God in Theological Education.
He is specifically discussing Christian theological education, and appeals for it to be… genuinely Christian. Among other things, he comments:
Christian theological education must be christocentric and therefore incarnational, it cannot primarily be anthropocentric. In the Christian tradition Christ is central (cf. Col 1:15–20), therefore theological education has to have Christ in the centre. And this must be the case both conceptually and functionally. A curriculum that does not lead students and teachers to Christ, and that does not rely on Christ’s presence and activity in and through his followers – that is, conceptually and functionally – is theologically speaking not Christian.