We want to reassure you that we are open and continuing the teaching of applied theology. As a college, we’re quickly adapting to this new season. Our fantastic and resilient staff team are delivering teaching online and are working hard to ensure that all students are enabled to continue their degree studies with us. We know exactly what we have to do: provide opportunities for learning according to the University of Gloucestershire’s regulations. We are confident that we’re able to provide the necessary opportunities for students to meet their learning outcomes.

Apply for September 2020

We’re going full steam ahead for the new academic year in September 2020, recruiting new students and are continuing to interview prospective students (through online video systems). See our latest prospectus in the segment below! Note: If you’re an A-Level student (or know someone who is) and are concerned about applying due to college closures, we are more than happy to talk further with you. Applications are open for September 2020, so get applying or recommend a friend! Visit our How to Apply page for a step-by-step guide on how to apply to study with us.

Virtual Open Days

Book onto one of our Virtual Open Days. For our BA Virtual Open Days, there will be a chance to hear about the college from different members of staff and opportunity to ask questions through an online chat facility. Once you’ve booked your place, you’ll be sent an email with instructions on how to join and who your hosts will be. For out MA Virtual Open Days, you’ll have the opportunity to have an informal conversation with our MA in Applied Theology Course Leader and to discover more about our Masters programme. Once you’ve booked your place, you’ll be sent an email with instructions on how to join.

Download our latest prospectus here

Exciting news! Our latest prospectus is ready for your online viewing. Click on the link below to download your copy. It’s full of fresh content, bursting with colour and brimming with inspirational and relatable testimonies. Read on to discover how studying applied theology, with like-minded Christians of all ages, will give you a firm foundation to build your life and ministry.

Our new normal

As a college, we have been working to create a new normal. Our commitment to adapt to this new normal and support everyone is at the forefront of all of our decisions. It’s truly wonderful to see how Christians all across the world are adapting to the recent challenges through online church services, calls to prayer, and finding new ways to be Jesus’ hands and feet in communities. To hear from our graduates and see the outworking of their adaptability and equipping  has been a real privilege. The biggest thing we can all do now is to pray. It was great to join together with Evangelical Alliance for their National Day of Prayer for the coronavirus outbreak on Sunday 22 March. Let’s remember God’s promises to us and hold Scripture closely in this time of uncertainty. “God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.” – Psalm 46