The essential aim of St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College is to train bilingual priests and theologians for the Orthodox parishes and communities throughout Australia. Persons wishing to pursue theological education for the sake of personal enrichment, or in order to discern a vocation, are welcome to consider applying for admission into an appropriate course of study.
Provider CRICOS: 02948J (SCD)*
Entry requirements for St Andrews Greek Orthodox Theological College
Entry into Bachelor of Theology or Diploma of Christian Studies requires matriculation into a recognised university with an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) of at least 65 or its equivalent. Entry into graduate level courses (e.g. Graduate Certificate in Arts) requires prior three-year tertiary degree. Entry into BTh(Hons) and Master of Theology requires prior three-year degree in theology. Other categories: mature age (21 years), special entry, articulation from other Sydney College of Divinity programs. If applicable, IELTS requirement is 6.5 for undergraduate courses and 7.0 for graduate courses.
Transfering your previous study credits
Credit may be granted in units for comparable work completed or concurrently being undertaken at an approved level at any recognised tertiary institution, in accordance with the policy of the Sydney College of Divinity. Applications for credit must include an authorised transcript of the study undertaken and the official description of units completed at the other institutions.
External study opportunities
Units at other Theological Colleges, Universities, or SCD Member Institutions may be taken towards any award subject to faculty approval and following advice from the Registrar.