Sydney College of Divinity aims to manifest the unity of the church by the witness it gives to cooperation in theological education. The Sydney College of Divinity espouses an intentional ecumenicity that brings together a wide range of Christian traditions.
Sydney College of Divinity is a collaboration of colleges from different traditions who are its Member Colleges. Currently the Sydney College of Divinity has nine Member Colleges delivering its undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework) awards in English.
Additionally, The Sydney College of Divinity through its Graduate Research School and Korean Theological College delivers postgraduate (research) awards, and the Korean undergraduate and postgraduate (coursework) awards respectively.
To graduate with a Sydney College of Divinity award students must enrol in one of our colleges below.
Our Member Colleges belong to different Christian denominations. They are established colleges who have been teaching theology for decades. They have the heart, mission-mindedness, experience and commitment to build Christians to fulfil their calling. Many are engaged with other Christian missions and partner with colleges around the globe to bring you the best learning and teaching methodologies and practices to ensure that they are meeting the changing needs of ministry. Together, Sydney College of Divinity and its Member Colleges celebrate faith in Christ and life in the Spirit, and you as a student will be a part of it as you experience the ecumenical nature of Sydney College of Divinity.