For youth work course fees, please see CYM at Ridley Hall Fees.
In common with other Anglican theological colleges we offer the new Common Awards in Theology, Ministry and Mission validated by Durham University. These courses replace options previously available through Anglia Ruskin University. Fees for the academic year 2015-16 will be made available here shortly - the figures below from the last academic year give some indication of the fees involved.
The vast majority of ordinands are fully funded by Ministry Division for their training. Some degrees entail higher costs and can be discussed on a case-by-case basis.
The tables below give an indication of the levels of fees for the different courses. You will also have an opportunity to discuss fees in more detail at interview. We regret that we do not have any significant bursaries for independent students.
CU = University of Cambridge
TABLE 3: Cambridge University (Full-time courses)
|Course ||Years in College||Total Indicative Course Fees* (UK/EU Students)||Total Indicative Course Fees* (Overseas Students)|
|Certificate in Theology for Ministry (CTM)||1||£6,000-£9,000||£6,000-£9,000|
|Bachelor in Theology (BTh)||2||£16,000-£18,000||£42,000-£44,000|
* In addition, full-time independent students can choose to be resident or non-resident:
- The fees for room and meals for a resident student are currently £5,151 per annum. Resident students have a study-bedroom and receive meals in term time.
- The fees for room and meals for a non-resident student are currently £3,111 per annum. Non-resident students have a shared study and receive lunch every weekday in term time.
If you need to be resident for the whole year (including holidays) there would be additional fees involved.