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Short Courses

Short Courses 

Short courses offer many ways to study. They are an inexpensive and flexible way to build towards the vocation you want or a good way to expand your personal learning and professional development.

Short Course Options

Short courses can be taken in two ways:

For the Joy of Learning (Audit)

This option means there is no coursework or assignments but full participation in the class.

  • Undergraduate course Fee: £90
  • Postgraduate course Fee: £270

For more advanced learning (Credit)

Classes can also be taken for NTC credit (dependent on completing successfully the coursework or assignments) without committing to a University of Manchester programme. However, up to 6 earned NTC credit units at level 4 can be transferred into the first year of a University of Manchester undergraduate programme.

  • Undergraduate course Fee: £225 for first 10 credit unit taken and £360 thereafter for each 10 credit unit
  • Postgraduate course Fee: £1575 Includes coursework and credit
  • Postgraduate course International Fee: £2150

Undergraduate Short Courses

May Intensives 2022

OT5201 Old Testament Law (Richard Porter): 23rd-27th May
PT4140 Foundations of Urban Mission (Wes White): 16th-20th May
PT5330 Marriage and the Family (Richard Hardy): 16th-20th May
PT6370 Worship and Sacraments (Michael Kane and Julie Lunn): 23rd-27th May
ST5260 Youth and Community Work: Approaches (Tim Gough): 16th-20th May

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Preaching the Word

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NTC Online 

NTC Online is an exciting new initiative, of non-validated short courses, designed for persons who have an interest in learning more about the Bible, theology, church history, or ministry, but do not have the time, nor the need, to pursue a degree-level qualification*.

NTC Online Homepage

Manchester Bible School

Manchester Bible School courses are suitable for Christians with a basic grounding in the faith, but who want to increase their knowledge of God’s Word to help them in their Christian lives and service. Some courses aim to introduce topics, while others will build on previous courses to deepen engagement with the topic.

Manchester Bible School Homepage