Financial support

Read more about our fees here. The standard Church of England funding for ordinand tuition fees is available for you in the same way as for full-time students, although it’s expected that your living costs will be covered personally. However, you can also get a small allowance from central church funds for books and travel expenses.

If you have further questions, just get in touch with our admissions team and they’ll be happy to talk with you about the financial implications of your training.

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Trinity College is looking for someone to join our staff as a Domestic Assistant. Trinity College is looking for someone to join our small domestic team as a cleaner. The domestic team is made up of two or three core staff members supplemented by a few casual staff from within the college community. Full-time working […]

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Women in the New Testament Course.

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Life After Trinity – Rev Alex Podd, Six months in 

So, you’ve just spent the last 2/3 years of your life at Trinity. You’ve explored theology to the depths of your soul and stretched your intellect trying to understand the finer points of doctrine. You’ve argued with Paul Roberts, had a hug from Howard Worsley and heard Sean argue “both/and” to almost every scenario under […]