Homepage Feature — 20th March 2020
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice for Applicants – FAQs
Correct as of 17th March 2020
Programmes at the Nazarene Theological College are currently available for you to apply to.
We understand that prospective students are justifiably concerned about the coronavirus and the potential impact on their enrolment at the Nazarene Theological College.
We will continue to review the likely impact of the situation on all applicants, and make every effort to ensure those applicants are not disadvantaged. In the meantime, we have collated some FAQs for prospective applicants and for offer holders.
Can I still apply now?
Yes! We are still taking enquiries and processing applications for the coming academic year. Please contact our admission officer Robert Rae for a conversation at email@example.com
What happens if I can’t come to an open day?
We are going to release a ‘virtual open day’ experience later this week. This will enable all those considering study with us to get to know NTC, the campus and the programmes. We’ll be available for conversations via email and phone.
Telephone: +44(0)161 445 3063
Will I need to attend an interview as part of my application?
All our undergraduate applicants need to engage in an interview as part of the application process. However, all interviews in the near future will take place through videoconference rather than on-campus.
Will classes be happening on-campus for the new academic year in September 2020?
We hope that the current crisis situation will be sufficiently normalised by the end of Summer to enable the normal routines of on-campus study for late September 2020. However, we will also prepare videoconference options for students as an alternative, in case we can’t start teaching face to face.
Although this page is being regularly updated, we are aware that the situation is evolving rapidly. The latest information for the public is available on the NHS website
Universities UK, Universities UK International, Universities Scotland and Universities Wales continue to work with the UK Government and local public health authorities to distribute appropriate guidance to UK universities.
To find out more about studying with NTC this September simply click on the links below.