Established since 1985, Harvest Bible College's mission is training effective ministry worldwide to serve local churches. Harvest is dedicated to a Holy Spirit empowered life and ministry and supports active engagement in the local church. The College values a kingdom perspective and has an expectation of authentic spiritual growth, diversity and a breakthrough spirit.
Harvest has a diverse student body coming from Pentecostal, Evangelical, Anglican, ACC, Baptist, C3, Church of Christ, Presbyterian and Uniting Church, as well as multi-ethnic, culturally specific and independent churches
VET FEE-HELP and FEE-HELP is available for eligible students.
Provider CRICOS: 01035C (VIC)
This provider is accredited to deliver courses to international students, (CRICOS code 01035C (VIC))
Entry requirements for Harvest Bible College Ltd
To enrol, applicants need to meet the following criteria: at least 18 years of age (parental or guardian's permission is required for younger students); satisfactory completion of Year 10 or equivalency for Certificate IV and Diploma courses; satisfactory completion of year 12 for Bachelor of Arts programs and have passed either the Public Examination conducted by Australian state authorities for University Entrance or similar examination, or the overseas equivalent of high school graduation; satisfactory completion of an undergraduate degree for the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma courses; satisfactory completion of a relevant bachelor degree or professional entry for the MA(Ministry).
Entry requirements may be waived for applicants of mature age (21 years or over) and/or who meet Harvest Bible College's requirements of ability, experience and spiritual standing. The applicant must have been a committed Christian for at least 12 months prior to applying (application must be endorsed by the applicant's pastor).
Admission is considered provisional until a student has demonstrated the ability to meet the requirements of the course of study. Students who encounter academic difficulties may be advised to study in a less rigorous, or an unaccredited award structure to meet the student's individual needs.
Transfering your previous study credits
Credit Transfer provisions are available from appropriate courses of similar model and content. Credit Transfer can also be awarded to participants who have completed equivalent TAFE or Tertiary modules or similar programs.
External study opportunities
The College offers VET, undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate courses via online delivery, which includes recorded lectures and student support.