Postgraduate programme

Postgraduate Diploma Theology

Approved for Ordinands
 
Programme information
1 Years full time
2 Years part time
120 Total credits
Level 7 Level of award (Postgraduate)
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The PGDip makes our training for gospel ministry available more widely at a postgraduate level. What distinguishes the PGDip from the MA and MTheol (year 4) is that it does not require a research component, although you can do a short research project if you choose.

PGDip students take four modules: a compulsory module on hermeneutics and epistemology, which is common to all of our postgraduate programmes, and three electives, at least one of which must be a taught masters-level module. The programme is designed for many people who want to study and prepare for ministry at a postgraduate level, but for whom independent research is not the right fit.

The programme can be taken over one year full time or two years part time.

Ordinands who are already Theology graduates would normally study the PGDip part time over 22 months alongside additional modules that make their overall programme full time. Alongside their Level 7 modules, ordinands will complete a suite of placements and will also study a selection of modules at Levels 4 and 5 to provide specific Anglican training (as approved by the Church of England).

Why Oak Hill?

Part time study options

The PGDip can be taken on a full time or part time basis to suit your individual needs.  It can be taken part time over two years.  For many students, this allows them to remain more rooted in their existing churches, communities, or jobs, alongside training at Oak Hill.

Why part time study?

2020/21 tuition fees

Tuition Fees per year:

£9,000 (Full time)
£4,500 (Part time)

Middlesex University Registration Fee:

£784 per year

This programme is quality assured by Middlesex University and you will receive a Middlesex award on successful completion.

 
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I have loved the teaching here, and the clear focus on God's grace to us in Christ. It shines through that this is a place which will cultivate delight in the Lord, humility and dependence on God.”

Alex Weston

Current student