Pursue a research programme as part of ordination training

Do you feel called to become a future theological educator? Or, do you want to consider that as an option whilst training for ordination?

As an ordinand at Trinity, you can benefit from our large postgraduate research community. Our ordinands have the option to pursue a research programme (MTh or PhD) as part of their ordination training; you would simply complete both our usual application form and our research application form. Questions? Contact admissions@trinitycollegebristol.ac.uk. To learn more about postgraduate research at Trinity, click here.

In this 1-minute video, meet Ben, a Trinity ordinand pursuing doctoral studies as part of his training (click box in lower right of video to enlarge)

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