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Flexible Learning modules


Flexible Learning modules are a great chance to be built up in your faith, equipped for ministry, or to dip a toe in theological education, whatever your situation; whether you're at home, working, involved in church or community work, in the UK or beyond.

We are delighted that the Summer Intensive modules are available to be taken either in person at College or live via Zoom, and for either audit (listening in) or credit (participating and completing assessments).

The closing date for applying for the Summer Intensive modules has now passed, but there is still chance to book for either our School of Theology or one of our Refresher courses. You can read more about them here.

Details of Flexible Learning for 2021/22 will be published in the coming weeks.

Summer Intensive Modules

During our Summer Session the following selection of modules are being taught in an intensive way over the two week period, with teaching every weekday. 

The teaching period is taking place 5-16 July 2021 and is preceded by time for preparatory reading (optional for those auditing), and followed by time when those crediting complete their assessments. 

Module name Credits Time
Advanced Christian Leadership 20 credits 9.00am-1.00pm
Foundations for Children's, Youth & Family Ministry 10 credits 9.55am-1.00pm
Engagement with Children's, Youth & Family Ministry 10 credits 2.00pm-4.50pm
English Puritanism 10 credits 2.00pm-4.50pm



  Audit Credit
10 credit module £350 £550
20 credit module £650 £950

The price to credit includes the Middlesex University Registration Fee.


Key dates

12.00 noon Friday 14 May 2021

Closing date for applying

21 June - 2 July 2021

Pre-reading period

5-16 July 2021

Intensive teaching, Monday to Friday

19 July - 20 August 2021

Assessment period (creditors only)

Jon Tuckwell - Vicar of Christ Church Cockfosters

I would hugely commend Flexible Learning modules to anyone: church leaders looking to grow yourself, church staff members wanting to make sure you are progressing in your own spiritual walk, but particularly thinking who in your church family would benefit from this?”

Jon Tuckwell

Vicar of Christ Church Cockfosters & former student

Watch the full video here