Our undergraduate programs combine academic excellence with opportunities to develop practical ministry skills. You will gain a UK undergraduate degree awarded by Newman University and develop future leadership and ministry roles in churches or other organizations.
You can choose one of the five specialist areas:
BA (Hons) Theology and Ministerial Leadership
BA (Hons) Theology and Ministry with Counselling
BA (Hons) Theology and Ministry with Entrepreneurship
BA (Hons) Theology and Ministry with Media Culture
BA (Hons) Theology and Ministry with Youth Work and Music
Your program will also cover theology, biblical studies, leadership, mission and contemporary culture, and academic skills such as communication and critical thinking required of higher education in the UK.
We offer both campus-based and distance learning programs, or a combination of the two. Our campus-based programs are delivered in Harrow, North West London, with teaching taking place for a full-day every Friday during term time. Our distance learning programs are structured flexibly to fit your availability, but you will need to set aside a regular time for study each week.
All our programs can be undertaken full-time or part-time. Our full-time undergraduate programs typically take three years and part-time, either four and a half years or six years, depending upon how many modules you take each year. You will undertake 120 credits per year (six 20-credit modules) on a full-time program, and part-time, you will undertake 80 credits per year (four 20-credit modules).
You can start our distance learning program at any time during the academic year.
This is a professional program in theology and Christian ministry: We are looking for a commitment to undertaking Christian ministry in addition to applicants meeting the academic entry requirements.
2 A levels, an alternative level 3 qualification or for students aged over 21 also can apply based on ministry experience and then undertaking our initial student evaluation (ISE).
English Language ability at GCSE grade C / 5 or above. Applicants who don’t have the equivalent of an English Language GCSE (at grade C/5) will need to take the Cambridge English Proficiency Test and achieve a level B2.
A basic level of proficiency in Information Technology (especially email and word-processing) is expected of all applicants but developing additional IT skills occurs through the College’s IT skills training program.