The goal of the College’s admissions processes is to determine your potential to succeed in and gain benefit from the studies for which you are applying. We seek to do this in a way which gives appropriate support to you as an applicant and, potentially, as a student.
The MA Applied Theology programme is designed to equip students to engage in Applied Theology as a discipline, and to develop in their relevant practice. If you would like to learn more about the programme’s aims, you can find them laid out in full in the programme specification, here:
Most of the questions asked below enable the College to assess your suitability for the programme. In addition to those questions, as a UK Higher Education Institution registered with the Office for Students, we are also obliged to ask all applicants about other personal details. Together, the questions enable us to meet the highest standards as a college, particularly in supporting people from disadvantaged backgrounds and ensuring that we meet all regulatory requirements relating to equalities and diversity.
On average, this form will probably take between 60–90 minutes to complete. You can always save your application and return to it later. You might find it easier to have some information to hand, before you make a start:
A passport-style photograph, ready to upload.
A list of your previous education and employment details.
A written statement, describing why you’re thinking about studying at Moorlands, and what major factors have helped you most in your personal growth and vocational development.
Contact details of two referees, who know you and your practice well.
Please also remember that we’re unable to sponsor students who require Tier 4 visas. We can only accept applications from UK citizens or if you are from a European Economic Area (EEA) and have applied for settled status, or you have either permanent or indefinite leave to remain in the UK.
How to save your progress (all without creating a Jotform account)
Would you like to save your form’s progress and complete it at a later date? Click the ‘Save and continue later’ box at the bottom of the page. When the pop up box appears, please click ‘Skip create an account’. You’ll then be prompted for the email address you’d like the form’s link to be sent to.