The Spurgeon’s College Award is recognised as a suitable access route into Higher Education for those without the normal entry requirements to start an undergraduate programme. The Award can be studied either via Distance Learning or as part of the part-time taught programme in College. This enables students to complete 60 credits in an academic year. On successful completion the student can apply for Accredited Prior Learning with the University of Manchester. The credits the student has completed and passed can be transferred into the Certificate in Theology. Alternatively a student can exit with a Spurgeon’s College Award in Theology and be part of the College graduation ceremony.
In addition to offering this course as a part-time option at its London site and via distance learning, the College is pleased to be able to offer it as a part-time option at Wallis House, Birmingham, from September 2019, in partnership with BMS World Mission. Units taught will mostly parallel those taught in London.
Students studying on the Award programme are treated in the same way as students on designated courses. For this reason you will have limited choice about the units you study and the time you have to complete them.
|The units in bold are core units which all students must take. Taught students will take one additional unit according to timetable availability. Distance learning students are recommended to study the core units first, and then choose one other.