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 have a fee discount available for student spouses if they’re interested in studying with us – a 50 percent reduction in tuition fees when they register for any of our programmes. 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.

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Latest blog posts

New class on Bonhoeffer

During the spring 2018 term, students were offered the opportunity to take a new 10-week class focused on the life and writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer.   The class, which was taught jointly by Tutor in Theology and Ethics Rev Dr Jon Coutts and Tutor in Christian Doctrine Dr Justin Stratis, worked chronologically through Bonhoeffer’s writings, […]

A Crucible of Formation

Our leaver Helen O’Sullivan reflects on how studying within an intentional community changes the nature of training for ministry.   When I started at Trinity College two years ago I wrote a blog post about the blessings and challenges of living and learning in a new community. There is an African proverb: ‘If you want […]

End-of-year celebrations

Last Friday, 18 May 2018, the college community gathered for an all-age celebration in advance of the next day’s Valedictory service. The picnic on the lawn included egg and spoon races, welly wanging, bouncy castles, face painting, sumo wrestling, a cassock race around college, and an egg toss. To all our leavers: you will be […]

Emma Ineson to become Bishop of Penrith

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Trinity College principal, Rev Dr Emma Ineson, as Bishop of Penrith in the Diocese of Carlisle. Emma’s service of consecration will be in York Minster in February 2019, and she will take up her new appointment shortly before Easter. The college will miss Emma hugely. She has […]