Applying for our courses is as easy as completing the application form and having a preliminary interview. Applications are now open.
Applications for most courses are made using the forms available from the University of Divinity. Your forms are then submitted through Trinity College for processing.
All students thinking about formal university studies at Trinity College Theological School should submit a completed application form (see below) and make an appointment to discuss their course or units with a member of the Faculty. You will need to supply certified copies of ID documents showing citizenship, and transcripts of any previous tertiary study.
Send completed forms along with all required documentation to "firstname.lastname@example.org" or by post to:
Trinity College Theological School
100 Royal Parade
PARKVILLE VIC 3052
For those considering a graduate research degree (MA or PhD), you will need to talk to the Research Co-ordinator at Trinity College Theological School before submitting your application.
Enrolment and Re-enrolment Forms
Please enrol using the University of Divinity forms, which are then submitted through Trinity College Theological School. We will confirm your enrolment and payment arrangements. For all information about enrolment and re-enrolment, see Admissions and Enrolment forms on the University of Divinity's website.
Trinity College is fortunate in being able to offer financial assistance for studies in Theology. See the Scholarships page for details of Studentships and Scholarships and to download the application form.
Ministry Education Program
Applicants for the Trinity College Theological School Ministry Education Program will also need to arrange a short interview with the Director of the Ministry Education Centre. This program is administered separately from your University enrolment, although your formal subjects will be taken as part of your degree program.
Please note that there are special requirements for students who are not Australian citizens. The University of Divinity website explains these requirements and gives details of visas, fees and support. Trinity offers some assistance in essay-writing to students for whom English is not their first language. Please see the International Students page for further details. In general, note that we are not able to offer financial assistance toward course fees or living expenses.
The Course Handbook
For detailed information about Trinity College Theological School, and our courses and units, please download the full 2020 Handbook (3.7MB PDF). The handbook also gives you a complete guide to essay-writing, important policies and procedures (such as our student Code of Conduct), and contact details. Most information is also found on this website.
Units offered in 2020 and Timetable
The 2020 timetable (98KB PDF) is now available (but is subject to change). Please visit the Units page to see descriptions of each of the subjects being offered in 2020.
Important Dates for 2020
- Friday 21 February – TCTS ORIENTATION SESSION (all students)
- Monday 24 February to Friday 29 May – Semester 1
- Tuesday 17 March – Census date (last date for enrolment changes without penalty)
- Saturday 4 April to Sunday 19 April – Non-teaching period
- Friday 29 May – Semester 1: Last day of teaching
- Monday 13 to Friday 17 July – Winter Intensive Week
- Monday 27 July to Friday 30 October – Semester 2
- Tuesday 18 August – Census date (last date for enrolment changes without penalty)
- Saturday 19 September to Sunday 4 October – Non-teaching period
You are welcome to sit in on a unit as an audit student. Those interested in attending any of our units on a not-for-credit basis, should complete the PDF (270KB) enrolment form. Audit units cost $350 each. Note that while you may complete the assessment tasks yourself, they cannot be submitted or marked, and no feedback can be given on your work or progress.
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