A community of learning & formation for people exploring the journey of faith

COVID-19 response

Pilgrim subjects are being delivered online for the remainder of first semester. In addition, first semester will be extended by two weeks. Most teaching is “paused” for the week beginning Monday 23 March. Week five of semester one will begin on Monday 30 March. Advice from the University of Divinity is available here. We are using email and Pilgrim eNews to provide information on the transition to online. You can find copies of these announcements on the Academic Skills webpage. The forum is called Covid-19: announcements on Pilgrim policies and practices.

 

Be well and stay connected!

 

2020 enrolments

Enrolment is now open for intensives starting in May, and for our second semester subjects from 27 July-30 October. Start a degree or choose from a wide range of units relevant to anyone interested in interpreting world topics through a theological lens. For more information, contact College registrar Erlinda Loverseed on 03 9340 8892 or at registrar@pilgrim.edu.au

2020 courses

2020 timetable

Our Courses

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FIELD A
Humanities

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11 COURSES

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FIELD B
Biblical Studies

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11 COURSES

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FIELD C
Christian Thought and History

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10 COURSES

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FIELD D
Theology: Mission and Ministry

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11 COURSES

College overview

Life at Pilgrim

One of Pilgrim’s many strengths is its diversity of students across a wide range of ages, professions and backgrounds.

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Meet the Faculty

Our academic staff’s expertise is recognised internationally. They are committed to making theology accessible to the world you live in.

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What can I study?

Pilgrim is an accredited college of the University of Divinity and delivers undergraduate and postgraduate courses, as well as higher degrees.

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“I wondered about who God is, how God acts and what God does in this world. If any of that is you, theology is for you, Pilgrim is for you, it is for anyone who wonders.”

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