We have now passed the closing date for applying for September 2017 entry. Updated information for September 2018 entry will be made available here later in October 2017 when the next admissions cycle opens. For your general information you can still see below the details for 2017 entry.
If you wish to apply to audit a module starting in Term 2 or Term 3 of 2017/18, please see the information below for closing dates for applying.
If you are thinking about theological training and want to consider Oak Hill, we invite you to attend one of our open mornings. These are a great way to find out more about Oak Hill and what it's like to train here. For details of the next open morning and to book, please click here.
2017 entry: Information, application process and closing dates
For details about our application process, interview day dates and closing dates for applications, please click here.
You can click on the items below to see some of the information which is enclosed in an enquiry pack:
• Programmes booklet for 2016/17
• Fees sheets for 2016/17 for:
Full time undergraduate study
Part time undergraduate study
• Information about placements
• Term dates for 2017/18
If you would like to receive an enquiry pack which also includes information about accommodation, our financial assurances process, raising financial support for studying at Oak Hill, and an application form, please email us, or call the Admissions Office on 020 8449 0467 (ext 206).
Important information for Ordinands with a BAP date in June or July 2017
If you are an ordinand with a BAP in June, or on one of the newly established July dates, and you want to start training in September 2017, please ensure that you make contact with us to request an application form, which must then be submitted by our closing date for applications (2 June). This enables us to work with you in the most helpful way so that, if you then decide to train at Oak Hill, we can ensure as smooth a transition as possible given the lateness of your knowing your BAP outcome.
First language not English?
For all applicants whose first language is not English, we require you to take the IELTS examination. Information about this can be obtained from the British Council. The examination is taken under the Council’s supervision.
Unfortunately we are unable to interview you until you have obtained a score of 7.0 in the examination, with no less than 6.5 in any particular category.
Students outside the EU
Please note that Oak Hill does not have a Tier 4 licence and therefore we cannot currently accept students from outside the EU. We advise you to see the UK Visa and Immigration website for up-to-date information about student visas.