Educational opportunities at Westminster are wide-ranging.

You can study in our diverse ecumenical and international community for a day on one of our short courses. You can audit a Common Awards module, during term-time or an intensive block week. Or enrol formally in one of our programmes with Cambridge or Durham Universities, either as an undergraduate or postgraduate in a taught or research programme. All of these opportunities are taught by Westminster teaching staff in collaboration with the academic staffs of the various institutions that comprise the Cambridge Theological Federation.

You might also attend one of the Cheshunt Lectures or a workshop or lecture delivered by the College’s visiting Reid Fellow.

Our diverse programmes are available to current and future Ministers of Word and Sacrament, lay preachers and worship leaders, and children and youth development officers (CYDOs) of the United Reformed Church, as well as independent students, exchange students, sabbatical guests, and many others.

Information about the Admissions process for our various awards is available here.

We publish our policy on Equality and Diversity, because it is important for anyone considering studying here to see. You can also find it in our general policies section. In addition to following Westminster College’s own policies, students on courses through the Cambridge Theological Federation follow Federation policies and procedures. Copies of these policies, including the complaints procedure and the student protection plan, can be found on the Federation’s website.

Are you applying as a URC Ministerial Candidate? Read our FAQs here: Training as a Student-FAQs