Sarum College’s extensive educational programme includes four postgraduate programmes validated by the University of Winchester and a diverse range of non-accredited courses.
Certificates • Diplomas • MA degrees
• PGCert (one year of part-time study)
• PGDip (two years of part-time study)
• MA Degree (three years of part-time study)
Why study at Sarum?
2013 Postgraduate Taster Days
The best way to decide whether a study programme is right for you is to experience it first-hand. Our Taster Days aim to give you this opportunity.
Visit our Taster Day page for further details, and how you can book your place.
- Academic Diary (2013-15)
- Academic Regulations for Taught Programmes 2012-13
- APEL Accreditation of Prior Experiential Learning
- Application Checklist
- Application Form (PDF)
- Application Form (Word Document)
- Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
- Fees and Methods of Payment
- List of Grantmaking Trusts
- Referee Report Form
The normal requirement for postgraduate studies is a good first degree in a related subject. However students aged over 25 with other relevant experience and/or training may be admitted subject to interview.
- Christian Approaches to Leadership
- Christian Liturgy
- Christian Spirituality
- Theology, Imagination and Culture
A full list of modules for each MA programme are also available. Modules are usually offered on two-year cycles.
At Sarum College students learn collaboratively in small groups. These meet for residential intensives throughout the year. The MA course structure which combines classroom and home-based study means students benefit from close contact with tutors and lecturers, with minimal disruption to domestic, ministerial, or professional responsibilities. Example of a MA module timetable
All postgraduate course modules are open to everyone so you may enrol on any MA module as an “auditor” without registering for an accredited programme such as the full MA. An auditor participates in a module in exactly the same way as students on the MA, but does not prepare an essay at the end of it.
As modules are designed for postgraduate study therefore the treatment of topics are at an advanced level. Graduates and those with relevant professional experience should be able to follow the content and participate fully. Courses generally require preparatory time for the preliminary reading.
Non-MA (auditing) prices for all modules are:
- Non-residential £225
- Ensuite room £375
Residential prices includes all meals and refreshments.
Non-residential price includes all meals and refreshments with the exception of breakfast.
Contact Anne Jensen for booking enquiries.
email@example.com | 01722 424827
Module handbooks usually become available to students three weeks or so before a module is due to run. Handbooks from previous instances are available to view online, and can help provide a ‘flavour’ of a module – how they are organised in terms of sessions and tutorials, and for reference to specific bibliographies.
Short courses (non-accredited)
Follow the links below for details about courses in these subject areas. See above for information about enroling in MA modules without being registered for the MA programme.
Contact Alison Ogden for booking enquiries.
firstname.lastname@example.org | 01722 424826