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BA Theology - Full Time

The full-time undergraduate programme offered by the college is the BA in Theology. Units focus on key aspects of the Christian life: Biblical Studies, Theology, Evangelism, Mission and Ministry.  This can also be taken part-time.

As with many Bachelor of Arts programmes, the BA in Theology is offered over three years. 

Students on this programme are eligible for the full range of student loan facilities. For further information on this programme please click on the links below, scroll down to read the online version of the prospectus or click here to download the prospectus for the academic year 201415.

To apply for a place on the full-time Theology programme please click here to download an application form, and for further guidance, click here to download the 'how to apply' document. For any help or further information on any of our undergraduate courses, please contact the Academic Registrar. 

For any help concerning an application through UCAS, please follow this link for their videos, which take you through the steps you may encounter in your application:

 UCAS video links for BA Theology applicants (This will open a new window).

 

Academic Fees for 2013-14

The academic fee for 201314 for full-time BA Theology students is as follows: 

For local and EU students academic fee £5,250; university validation fee £550

 

Please see the BA Theology Undergraduate Prospectus for a full break down of fees and accomodation costs.

 

BA Mission and Ministry - Part Time

The part-time undergraduate programme offered by the College is the BA in Mission and Ministry which can be achieved with Honours. This is offered at two levels: HE Diploma and BA. The Diploma level currently contains four options in Children, Youth, Third Age and Creative Arts all of which lead onto the BA level.

 

HE Diplomas

Cliff College currently offers four undergraduate diploma courses specially adapted for those engaged in vocational ministry among children, young people, older people and those working in the creative arts. All courses are offered through five part-time intensive week-long (MondayFriday) study blocks spaced out across the two years of the programme, The Children, Youth and Third Age Mission and Ministry courses are designed to work as in-service training for both voluntary and paid workers with children, young people and older third & fourth age people. The Creative Arts Mission and Ministry course is designed to support those involved or interested in using a wide variety of creative arts in the life of the Church and beyond. The Partnerships with Scripture Union, Youth for Christ, Urban Saints, Methodist Homes for the Aged and the Outlook Trust all contribute to the students' training and experience, and we are looking for further partnerships to support the new Creative Arts course. We are grateful to The Bible Society for a generous donation to help resource the launch of the Creative Arts course through our library and field trip visits. Also to Plough Publishing for their donation of materials to the Third Age course.

Click below for further details of the courses, and to download the prospectusapplication form and reference forms.

Degree

The part-time BA (Hons) in Mission and Ministry course is especially adapted for those engaged in vocational ministry among children, young people and older people, as well as those from the creative arts field, and entry to the BA is via any of the four diplomas in Children Mission and Ministry, Youth Mission and Ministry, Third Age Mission and Ministry or Creative Arts Mission and Ministry. As with the vocational diplomas, the BA (Hons) programme is offered as a part-time course of study via five intensive week-long (MondayFriday) study blocks over two years, designed to work as in-service training for both voluntary and paid children's and youth workers, and in the future incorporate focused training for those working in third and fourth age ministry as well as those drawn from the field of the creative arts. Partnerships with Scripture UnionYouth for ChristUrban SaintsMethodist Homes for the Aged and the Outlook Trust all contribute to the students' training and experience, and we are looking for further partnerships to support the new Creative Arts course.

Click below for further details of the course, and see below links to download a prospectus, application form and reference form.

For further information on any of our undergraduate courses, please contact the Academic Registrar (registrar@cliffcollege.ac.uk / 01246 584202) or click below to download the appropriate documents. 


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