Open Day details: Saturday, 8 February


Thank you so much for your interest in joining us on the Open Day on Saturday, 8 February. We look forward to welcoming you! Please download, complete, and submit our booking form by email ( as soon as possible.

Click here to view the timetable for the day. The day will come to a close with worship at 2:30pm. There will be an opportunity to go on an optional tour of the college at this point.

You can request to stay for interviews, a schedule for which will commence at 3pm. You would attend two interviews, each lasting thirty minutes, in which you will have the opportunity to discuss your individual circumstances, vocational journey, and proposed academic pathway with our faculty. The schedule will be filled on a first come first served basis, running until 5pm, and we would hope to be able to accommodate everyone who wishes to interview on the day. On the basis that we have limited capacity, we would be grateful if only candidates who are looking to start their studies in September 2020 register their interest for an interview at this time. We are happy to arrange an interview for prospective students for future years’ training at a later date.

Should you wish to book an interview slot, please let us know by email when returning your booking form (

In order that we can ensure we make your time with us as helpful for you as possible, please complete an online application ahead of your interview. This will give us sufficient information about you to allow us to be fully prepared for our discussions with you and does not commit you studying at Trinity.

Please click here for directions to find us. We have plenty of parking available in the college grounds, and there will be people on hand to guide you to a suitable parking space.


Booking Form >

Open Day Timetable >

Directions to Trinity College >


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