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.

Our fees: 2017-18 >

Latest blog posts

Listen: Justin Stratis on ‘Blessed are the meek’

Missing Trinity’s Friday morning chapels? Join us over Lent in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take just fifteen minutes out of your day today to hear doctrine tutor Dr Justin Stratis preach on Service: Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the earth (15:31). (You […]

What is a pioneer?

Why the church needs pioneer ministers, and how Trinity hopes to help prepare them. After the birth of her daughter, Sonya Newton decided it was time for a fresh start in her life, for a return to church. After several painful and tumultuous years away, she walked into a church near the estate where she’d […]

Listen: David Firth on ‘Blessed are those who mourn’

Missing Trinity’s Friday morning chapels? Join us in listening to our faculty preach a series on the Beatitudes (and Trinity’s community values). Take twenty minutes and hear our Old Testament tutor Rev Dr David Firth preach on Wholeness: Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted (22:23). (You can also find the recording […]

Retreat Day, through students’ eyes

On 31 January 2018, students spent a Retreat Day engaged in one of ten options for the day, designed to help them be still, reflective, to rest, and to engage with God and with the world around them in a variety of ways (read more about the options offered here).