If you have already in ministry then as a College we have a number of different ways we can support your ongoing development.

If you are a NEWLY ACCREDITED MINISTER of the Baptist Union of Great Britain you may choose to have your Learning Contracts with us. This involves a programme of self-study working with a tutor and coming to our annual NAMs conference, which take place annually in September. There are more details on Learning Contracts in these documents: Learning Contract InformationLearning Contract Financial Arrangements.

For others in ministry we offer various opportunities as part of CONTINUING MINISTERIAL DEVELOPMENT and there is more about this on our CMD page.

If you are looking to deepen your understanding in a way that enables theological reflection upon experience, then the MTh is designed specifically for this. It is a two-year full-time or up to four-year part-time course in two parts. Part One, for which you can be awarded the Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Theology, involves studying for and writing four essays followed by Part Two, for the MTh, which comprises one dissertation.

All MTh students are also members of the Middle Common Room (MCR), where they interact with other postgraduate and mature students pursuing academic programmes across the University. Being a student at Regent’s would allow you to engage in all the social, sporting and cultural opportunities in College and the wider University, although this will inevitably be restricted for part-time students who live further away from Oxford.