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Our students say that
theological study is
worth the investment.

 Has your life’s journey led you to consider full-time theological study?
Join us, and we’ll invest in your foundations for a lifetime of ministry and mission.

How to apply

We would love for you to join us, but before you apply…

  • Contact us with any questions you might have.
  • Arrange to come for a visit to meet us.  We will organise a conversation with one of our faculty members or chaplains to talk about your ministry plans.
  • Choose the course that you think will best suit your ministry plans and goals.
  • Apply by clicking on the button for your course’s application process below.
  • A list of admission terms and their meaning can be found here.
Undergraduate Application Process

Step One:


  • Download and complete an application form.
  • You will need the following documentation to accompany your application:
    • a passport sized photo
    • a copy of your Birth Certificate
    • academic transcripts.

Step Two:


  • You will need to organise three referees to fill out and send back this form after you fill out the first part. Your referees should include:
    • the senior minister or pastor of your local church
    • two lay people who have some position of leadership in your present church (e.g. church warden, home group leader – no family members or current Moore College students). This is not needed for online Diploma of Biblical Theology applicants.
  • Download three reference forms, fill out the first part and give one to each of your referees.

Step Three:

What happens next?

  • Application is received. Once we have received your application and references we will organise for a conversation with a faculty member or one of the chaplains. This is to talk about your ministry plans and preparation.  If applicable, your spouse is also invited.  Skype is available for regional applicants. The interview is not needed for online Diploma of Biblical Theology applicants.
  • Applications panel review. The applications panel, which consists of several people including the Principal and the Dean of Students, will review your application.
  • Phone call and letter. One of the panel members will then phone you to advise you of the outcome of your application. This will be followed up by a letter from the Principal.

Step Four:

Application due date

  • The undergraduate application due date is 30th November in the year prior to admission.
  • Applications received after this date attract an administration fee of $250.

Completed application and references forms should be returned to the College Registrar:

The Registrar
Moore College
1 King Street,
Newtown NSW 2042

Do you have an application question?

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