Apply for undergraduate or postgraduate study

How do I apply?

Please complete a Student application form and email the completed form to the Tutorial Office The form provides us with the basic information, we need, to support you to discern which course is right for you. Once we have received your completed application form, we will follow the steps below:

  1. We will arrange a conversation with you over zoom, in person, or over the telephone, as you prefer. This is an informal conversation when we will answer your queries and discuss which pathway of study best meets your requirements.
  2. On the basis of your application and our conversation, we will offer you an interview for study at Westminster.
  3. On the basis of your interview, we will email you an offer of a place on the relevant programme with Westminster.
  4. On the basis of your acceptance of the offer, you start your studies with Westminster!

Please note: Applications are due by the end of July for a September start and by the end of November for a January start

Admission Criteria

  • Applicants without formal qualifications can undertake a taster module.
  • Applicants can access the Certificate in Higher Education with one A level or equivalent, while students with three A level’s or equivalent can gain access directly onto the BA (honours).
  • Applicants with a previous degree in a non-theological subject, can apply for the Graduate Diploma.
  • Applicants with a 2:1 honours undergraduate degree or Graduate Diploma, in theology or a related subject, can access Postgraduate Study. Please talk to us if you are a graduate in another discipline with experience of study in theology to undergraduate Certificate level.

Please note: Students for whom English is their second language should have achieved a score of 6.5 in an IELTS examination (with no component under 6.0), or equivalent. Please note that TOEFL results are not accepted by Durham University.

For more information please contact the Tutorial Office (or on 01223 33 06 49).

Living in College

As a confessional theological college, studying and living at Westminster differs from traditional college accommodation in our desire to foster an intentional and supportive Christian community among all the students studying at the college.

Please find further information here about Living in College

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