MA course now available to dispersed learners

In recent years, the college has developed and grown a new cohort of context-based ordinands, whom we call ‘dispersed learners’. We are delighted that dispersed learners can now join our Master of Arts in Theology, Ministry and Mission programme.

We really value our dispersed learners. They live out in their communities, serving their local churches and neighbourhoods while still studying as part of the Trinity community.

We have four dispersed learners on the MA course this year. While our undergraduate dispersed learners spend six block weeks per year on campus, with weekly Zoom classes and Tutor Groups to stay in touch, the MA students enjoy a different rhythm. They come to visit, study and spend time with the campus community once a week on a Tuesday, with some block week attendance as well.

We trialled this model last year and are pleased to say it has now been approved by the national church as a pathway to ordination.

To find out more about our courses and different ways to study at Trinity, please see these pages:

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