Admissions for September 2020 entry are open. All you need to know about applying can be found in this section.
Our Admissions Policy governs our admissions process: you can see the full policy, and our Student Enquirers Privacy Notice below.
We strongly encourage you to attend an open morning to get a much better feel in person for our ethos, student experience and training.
Submit your application and sending minister reference at the same time. Check all the relevant dates to ensure you apply in good time (see the key dates document below). We interview all applicants who meet the basic admissions criteria. Applications must be submitted at least two weeks prior to an interview day.
An interview day includes an interview with a faculty member, an opportunity to attend chapel, hear more about our programmes and ethos, discuss your accommodation needs and financial situation, and get a feel for a normal college day. You can also choose to sit in on a lecture and have a tour round college.
Normally you should expect to hear from us within five working days of your interview day.
Let us know by the agreed date whether you’d like to accept the offer and, if you do, you can also apply for accommodation.
Key dates to note:
• To be considered for the first phase of allocation for married accommodation, you must apply by 12 noon Monday 30 March 2020
• To be guaranteed single accommodation, you must apply by Monday 27 April 2020
All applicants must complete a financial assurances form and meet its conditions before being able to study. We may place other conditions on your offer as well, so please make sure you are aware of these and respond appropriately.
Once you’ve accepted an offer and met all the conditions, you’ll be given an assured place. This means you can then be formally considered for college accommodation.
From May, we start asking those with an assured place to complete a placement form, and provide you with programme information to discuss with your sending minister.
From late June we start issuing new student information to those with an assured place. This will include details of your Oak Hill email account as well as module choices and forms to be completed by Tuesday 11 August 2020.
Before the start of the academic year, you’ll be asked to complete an online safeguarding training module and start the DBS check process. If you’re a full time student, you’ll also receive a welcome from your college fellowship group before you officially start on Monday 7 September 2020, which is the beginning of welcome week.
We recommend you do a number of things before submitting an application. In no particular order, they are: