Our fees

Anyone who wants to study the Bible and their faith more deeply should be able to have that opportunity, so we try to keep our fees as low as possible while keeping the quality of our theological education high.

We do everything we can to help our UK/EU students access UK government-provided student loans, and we also offer a 50 percent discount for spouses of current students who are studying full time. Eligible students may access student finance and DSA support. At the moment, we are unfortunately unable to help our US students obtain US federal aid.

We’d be happy to talk further with you about your options if money worries are what’s stopping you from engaging with the Trinity community – just get in touch with our admissions team today.

 

Our fees: 2019-2020 >

 

If you would like to learn more about the loan options available to you through the government, you can select a link below.

Student Finance England

Student Finance Wales

Student Awards Agency Scotland

Student Finance Northern Ireland

 

Latest blog posts

Coronavirus update

  In response to the government’s regulations, and out of care for our community of students and staff and our wider Bristol community, we began working last week to enable all of our students to complete their final weeks of classes remotely, to continue to participate in chapel and pastoral groups together remotely, and to […]

The persevering people of God

What does it mean to be the people of Jesus in the midst of the coronavirus epidemic? A timely message from Tutor in Pastoral and Ministerial Studies Revd Dr Helen Collins, shared in our virtual chapel this morning.  Three weeks ago, I began to think about what passage to choose for what would have been an […]

Poverty in the Early Church and Today

Trinity Tutor in New Testament Prof Steve Walton and Tearfund’s Hannah Swithinbank have co-edited an innovative book of essays that brings the expertise of those working to alleviate poverty together with the expertise of biblical scholars. This allows for a unique conversation about how Christians might think and act about poverty today. Q. Can you […]

The pain and gain of learning Greek

One of the things I was most looking forward to as I approached the beginning of my studies at Trinity was learning Greek. For years I had heard sermons where the preacher had pronounced ‘In the Greek it says…’ and proceeded to unfold seemingly profound mysteries through knowledge of this ancient language. Being the investigative […]