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

COVID-19 response

We anticipate a return to face-to-face classes in 2021 and continue to offer online and flexible options as well. Our class sizes are capped to meet physical distancing requirements. All students returning to campus will be required to sign in using a QR code each time they enter the building. You will also need to carry a mask. If you are sick or have had any contact with someone with COVID you must please stay home and contact your lecturer for online options. Enrolled students will find updated COVID-19 policies on ARK.

2021 enrolments

Enrolment is now open for Semester 1, 2021. 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

2021 courses

2021 timetable

Our Courses

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FIELD A
Humanities

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11 COURSES

B

FIELD B
Biblical Studies

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11 COURSES

C

FIELD C
Christian Thought and History

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10 COURSES

D

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.”

Bethany Broadstock

“It was fascinating to engage with a wide variety of public figures - intellectuals, politicians, even comedians.”

Liam Miller

“We’re faced with how Christianity is perceived in the media and public sphere and have to answer a lot of questions day to day. My studies provided an opportunity to engage with those issues from a Christian perspective.”

Ruth Bakogianis

“The ongoing help and support I received during my studies and formation has meant more to me than I'll ever be able to adequately express. You guys rock. Seriously.”

Fi Bottcher