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How to Apply

For the BA Hons Theology an application form must be downloaded, completed and returned by the end of August. Applications are not accepted through UCAS.

For all postgraduate programmes there is a downloadable application form accessible on each course page, which should be completed and returned along with all of the specified application documents.

Application forms should be emailed to admissions@union.ac.uk

Open Days and Information Sessions

We are open to enquiries about any of the courses that Union offers at any point during the year. We will also offer Open Days and Information Sessions during the academic year, providing prospective students and their family and/or friends with the opportunity to visit the College, meet faculty and staff, find out about the courses on offer, and hear more about life at Union. 


Before you come to study at Union, it is important that you think about how you will fund your time of study. We will ask for some information on this at each stage of the application process and will also do all that we can to support you each step of the way. 

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High-quality learning

As a hub for high-quality learning, we offer a range of courses, both online and on-campus. We are committed to helping students realise their potential, investing in their academic, emotional and spiritual development. We offer learning opportunities that are relevant and valuable to life and Christian ministry in local and global contexts.

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International students

International students wishing to apply to Union Theological College (and for whom English is not their first language), must be able to demonstrate their competence in written and spoken English in order to benefit fully from their course of study.

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