Study opportunities at Westminster range from day courses to full degree programmes and everything in-between. Come and study with us for a day on one of our short courses, audit a module from the suite of Durham Common Awards, or consider enrolling as a student in one of the programmes with Cambridge, Durham or Anglia Ruskin University, taught through the Cambridge Theological Federation.
- Ministers of Word and Sacrament
- Independent Students
- Lay Preachers and Worship Leaders
- Children and Youth Development Officers (CYDO)
- Sabbatical Guests
A developing aspect of our vision is for the Westminster site to be a campus of theological education, spirituality and encounter. We are privileged to share our campus with partner institutions who enrich our life and opportunities to learn together, and offer a wide range of short courses:
The Woolf Institute for Abrahamic Faiths, another Federation partner specialising in dialogue between Jews, Christians and Muslims
The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion.