Our overseas students add wonderful richness to the Trinity community, bringing diverse experiences of ministry, mission and wider church life.
Trinity’s theology programmes are all validated by either Durham University or the University of Aberdeen. They are at a high academic level, so you’ll need to look carefully at the details of exactly what academic qualifications you need for the programme in which you are interested. We also require you to have an IELTS (International English Language Test Score) of 6.5 if you’re applying for an undergraduate course and an overall IELTS score of 7 if you want to take on postgraduate work. The English language test must have been taken within the last two years.
You’ll also need to be sure that you can fund your time of study in the UK: on average it costs our international students £15,000 per year to cover fees and living expenses.
If you want more general information about the practicalities of studying in the UK, the Home Office website is a helpful place to start, or if you want to know more about studying at Trinity specifically then just get in touch with our admissions team today.
I took this photo of a small sapling in late March 2019 when my wife Ruth & I travelled down from West London for her interview here at Trinity. Ruth had yet to do her BAP but it was booked in for August and we realised it would have been difficult to sort everything out […]
Helen Collins our tutor in Practical Theology and Director of Formation, was recently a guest on Cranmer Hall’s “Talking Theology” podcast. Hear her speak on “How Does Scripture Speak Into Everyday Life?” This is how they describe the episode: How do we connect scripture with living faithfully in the world? What are the habits that help the […]
Liz Venable has led our Connect group alongside a committed team who have helped to build a really strong community this year despite all of the restrictions we’ve had to endure and we are truly grateful for her, Sarah, Emma, Hannah & Jon. From the first moment we stepped inside Trinity College on the open […]
Our response to the change in national lockdown measures announced recently. Government guidelines show, very little has changed and we are mostly continuing to follow the same measures at college as before (essential access for private studies and library collection only). Sadly the practical courses measure does not apply to us; I appreciate there has been some confusion around this […]