Enrol now for 2013
Enrol now for Semester 2, 2013
Thinking about theological study this year? Enrolments are now open for Semester 2, 2013. We offer a wide range of courses from diplomas to doctorates. To find information about our courses, click here. To complete an admission form, click here. To read our Admissions Policy, click here. Second semester classes commence on Monday 29 July 2013.
All students enrol through one of MCD's ten Colleges, although they may take units towards their course at any of the Colleges. Prospective students should contact a College directly to arrange an interview and complete an enrolment. Details of specific units, staff, calendars, and other information can be found on the website or in the printed Handbook for each College.
For contact details of our Colleges, click here.
How do you choose a College? Many students go to the College that most closely matches their own faith tradition, others choose a College based on its areas of specialisation, while some select a College that is near to where they live or offers an appropriate programme of distance education.
We look forward to welcoming you.
- Friday 31
How Luke makes sense from a Jewish perspective?
- Monday 3
Yarra Theological Union Semester 2 Enrolment
- Saturday 29
ANZATS Conference, Call for Papers
- Thursday 11
International Conference on Pentecostal Theology in the Mark...
- Friday 19
Faith, Hope and Quarks: Scientific and Theolological Perspectives...
- Friday 2
Addressing the Sacred through Literature and the Arts
- Sunday 25
2013 Sunday Afternoons at YTU - Vatican II
- Thursday 29
Third Research Conference - Multiple perspectives on Christian...
- Saturday 31
Walking with Inigo — the Ignatian Camino
Free trial for Pacifica
31 January 2013
MCD’s scholarly journal Pacifica is now being published by the SAGE group. SAGE is a UK publishing house which also publishes journals such as Theology Today, Journal for the Study of the New Testament, and the Expository Times. Read more ›
Transforming Theology: A National Research Project supported by the Australian Learning & Teaching Council and the Australian & New Zealand Council of Deans of Theology
31 August 2012
Incorporating Student Experience and Transformative Learning into Curriculum Design and Planning of Undergraduate Theological Degrees. A National Research Project supported by the Australian Learning & Teaching Council and the Australian & New Zealand Council of Deans of Theology Read more ›
Acknowledgement of Indigenous Australians
The MCD University of Divinity and its affiliated Colleges acknowledge with respect the traditional owners of this land and, in particular, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation.
We encourage and support MCD University of Divinity faculty, administrative staff and students to work creatively in implementing appropriate policies and practices in our various Colleges, in consultation with Indigenous leaders.
We recognise our responsibilities and opportunities as Christian educational institutions to respect and understand Australia's Indigenous peoples, to build a more just Australia and to commit ourselves to the work of reconciliation.