Enrol for 2018
Thank you for exploring 2018 study at Pilgrim Theological College.
Choosing the degree or unit that suit your needs as a student interested in theology is important to us. Please call 03 9340 8800 if you are unsure about any steps in the enrolment process. We are keen to make your experience with Pilgrim College enjoyable, friendly and academically stimulating.
Information on this page answers some of the common questions we receive when students enrol in our theological courses on campus or online.
What courses is Pilgrim Theological College offering in 2018?
Visit the 2018 courses page for a list of
- Diploma and Bachelor undergraduate courses
- Online theological courses
- Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma and Masters postgraduate courses
- Masters and Doctorate research programs
The college offers part-time and full-time study as well as online courses. If you are unsure of the correct course for your study needs, please call and chat with us on 03 9340 8800.
What online courses do you offer?
Lots! See the full list here for both undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
I’ve already done some study through Pilgrim Theological College. Are you offering any new units in 2018?
Yes. We are excited to be offering a range of new study units in 2018. Here’s some information about some of them.
Where can I find the timetable for 2018?
A comprehensive timetable can be found here.
Once I’ve selected a course, what is the procedure for admissions and enrolment?
The process for enrolling is straightforward. Visit this page for more information.
What are the fees for studying through Pilgrim Theological College?
You can find a full list of 2018 fees here, including information regarding eligibility for fee assistance and bursaries.
Where can I find the full 2018 Handbook?
The 100 page handbook contains a wide range of information covering academic information as well as more practical information to assist our students.
How do I keep track of my enrolment summary following enrolment?
Pilgrim Theological College uses the Theological Academic Management System (TAMS)
TAMS is the University of Divinity’s Academic Management System, by which you can access your enrolment summary and results.
And if you would like to experience the feel of Pilgrim Theological College, drop in to our Sage and Grace Café which is always open to the public.