Access to Theology is a 48-hour course of studies designed to offer students an overview of the component parts of a programme in theological education.
This course is ideal for anyone looking for a broad but rigorous introduction to theological study or those who may wish to pursue further studies in theology but lack entrance qualifications.
It is also an ideal theological component for other courses shorty to be offered at the ETS Mission Centre (e.g., Eldership, Diaconate, Youth Worker courses).
While completion of the programme may be an end in itself for such interested Christians, it may prove helpful in preparing some students to embark on some of the longer programmes at ETS such as the Individual Study Programme or the Bachelor of Theology.
Check out this video, where Dr Bob Akroyd and Access to Theology graduate Darren Graham explain to prospective students what the Access to Theology course involves.
The programme will be delivered at ETS on Tuesday evenings, 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm, September – May.
For more detail on the course, please see here. Further information will be provided at the beginning of the course.
This programme can be done with Distance Learning.
For more information, see Access to Theology with Distance Learning Option .
See Distance Learning FAQ for more information on Distance Learning at ETS.
There are no formal entry requirements for this programme.
Access to Theology Application Form
The relevant Application Form is found here.
Access to Theology Fees
For course fees see here.