- Ordination Training
- Study Theology
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Philosophy and Theology
- Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theology and Religion
- Bachelor of Theology (BTh)
- Doctor of Philosophy (DPhil) in Theology
- Master of Philosophy (MPhil) in Theology
- Master of Studies (MSt) in Theology
- Master of Theology (MTh) in Applied Theology
- Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Applied Theology
- Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Theology
- Undergraduate Certificate in Theological Studies (CTS)
- Graduate Study
- Part-Time Study (CTS)
- Ministerial Training
- Interview and Open Days
- Scholarship & Christianity in Oxford (SCIO)
Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Theology and Religion
The BA in Theology and Religion is an intellectually rigourous course that provides students with an introduction to academic Christian theology. Taking a combination of required and elective papers, students will study a broad range of topics in Christian theology via lectures, tutorials, and seminars.
The BA in Theology and Religion at Wycliffe Hall offers:
- Student-centred learning, with an emphasis on student initiative and exploration
- All the intellectual rigour of the University of Oxford, combined with the pastoral and ministerial insights of Wycliffe tutors
- Sustained personal interaction with and support from tutors
- An evangelical ethos with the opportunity to participate in formational activities and the life of the worshipping community
- A proven track record of outstanding performance: Wycliffe Hall students have achieved the top first for the last four consecutive years, and all Wycliffe BA students achieved firsts in their finals in 2015
The Course Director for the BA in Theology and Religion at Wycliffe Hall is Dr Darren Sarisky.
Designed for students who have already completed an undergraduate degree, this two-year, full-time course culminates in a BA in Theology and Religion from the University of Oxford. Wycliffe students enrol directly into the fourth term of the BA curriculum. For a general overview of the course, please see the Theology and Religion webpage on the University of Oxford Admissions website.
Full details on the course structure, including paper options and assessment methods, can be found in the Handbook for Students in the Honour School of Theology and Religion.
Students have the option of participating in the many formational activities offered at Wycliffe Hall, including daily chapel services, weekly fellowship group meetings led by a Wycliffe tutor, placements with churches or other ministries, preaching classes, and missions.
- Students applying to Wycliffe Hall must be at least 21 years old.
For further entry requirements, please see the ‘Requirements’ tab on the Theology and Religion webpage on the University of Oxford Admissions website.
For tuition fees, please see the ‘Fees and Funding’ tab on the Theology and Religion webpage on the University of Oxford Admissions website.
Accommodation fees can be found on the Wycliffe Hall Accommodation webpage.
In addition, Wycliffe Hall students pay a termly Common Room fee, the amount of which is decided on a yearly basis but usually approximates £50.00.
How to Apply
Students apply to the University of Oxford through the UCAS system. For detailed information, please see the ‘How to Apply’ tab on the Theology and Religion webpage on the University of Oxford Admissions website.
Students are able to indicate their preference to join Wycliffe Hall on their UCAS application. For detailed information, please see the University of Oxford Choosing a College webpage.
For students from outside the EU and EEA information on visas can be found here