Applying to the College
[BA Theology, Diploma, Cert, Ucert & Short courses]
For everyone applying to study these courses at the college there is a 3 step application process.
- An online application form to complete and submit. This is to ensure you fulfil the necessary criteria for studying at the college. You also need to submit copies of your qualification certificates. To do this choose the course you wish to apply for from the Undergraduate menu, on that page choose the "Apply Now" Button.
- References from your church leadership to show that you are ready to undertake theological study.
- An interview with 2 members of college staff, for anyone in Northern Ireland this will be in person at the college, for those further away we conduct interviews over Skype. This is a 30 minute informal interview to make sure you understand what it means to study at the college and you have a grasp of our values and ethos.
This application process usually takes about 2 weeks to complete, depending on the speed of return of your references. If successful the College will then be able to make you an offer.
Applying for Postgraduate Study
[GradDip, MTh, PhD]
Those interested in completing Postgraduate study would start the process by filling out our online enquiry form. This allows us to be able to advise and assist you as you go through the application process.
Once you are ready to apply you will first need to submit an online application to Queen's University, prior to applying to the College. You can learn more about applying for Queen's postgraduate study on their website. If you have already been offered a place with Queen's, apply now on the appropriate programme page to register to study at the College.
After submitting an application through BBC's online system, you will again be contacted by our Admissions Office regarding the next stage of the application process.
For Postgraduate study it is important to place you with the best academic supervisor at the College, once you have applied we will arrange a meeting with the appropriate member of faculty.