At Westminster College, we have students from a wide range of backgrounds and experiences who join our worshiping community to deepen and enrich their faith by engaging in theological studies. These studies are directed by members of our teaching staff in collaboration with our colleagues in the wider Cambridge Theological Federation.
As a Resource Centre for Learning of the United Reformed Church, Westminster has a long history of preparing and equipping persons for identified ministries, whether lay or ordained. We also eagerly support those preparing for Christian ministry in other denominations, particularly in the Reformed tradition, as well as our other ecumenical partners. We particularly invite enquiries from prospective independent students discerning a call to — or already engaged in — ministries of various kinds in local churches or other contexts. This might include those who might be seeking a first (or second!) undergraduate degree, a taught or research-focussed postgraduate award, or a qualification of some other kind. In addition to our existing exchange programmes, we frequently organise bespoke programmes of training in partnership with peer institutions and denominations overseas, subject to visa and immigration requirements.
Information about the Admissions process for our various awards is available here.
If you would like more information, please contact the Tutorial Office (or on 01223 33 06 49), who will then connect you with the Director of Studies if necessary.