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Full-time Undergraduate Applicants

Step-by-step Application Process for Full-Time Undergraduate Students

Step 1

Everyone is welcome to attend College ‘Open Days’ throughout the year, or we can arrange a ‘bespoke tour’ to help you to find out more about NTC.

Step 2

Applications are normally made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You can apply to UCAS from 1 September for entry in Autumn the following year. Click here to apply on-line through UCAS. Non-traditional applications may need to apply directly to the College with the appropriate Application Form.

The normal closing date for receipt of applications is January 15th, though you can still apply through UCAS until June. You can also apply direct to the College, and can contact the admissions office for further information. Any late applications must come directly to the college.

The UCAS code for Nazarene Theological College is: N11

Step 3

Once the application has been processed, the College will normally contact you to call you for a personal interview. If you live in Scotland or Ireland, it may be possible to arrange an interview with a nominated College representative in your home country or via Skype. If you are resident overseas, any interview required will be conducted by a nominated College representative in your home country or via Skype. Alternatively, the College will ask you to complete a personal profile document, and return this to the admissions office.

Step 4

Once the process is complete, you will be officially informed (by UCAS, if you’ve applied by that route). The Academic Office will contact you with further information about admission. If you are admissible, you will be given either an Unconditional Offer of Acceptance or a Conditional Offer of Acceptance.