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The below guide is a step by step for your Application Process with us at Morling College. If you have any questions along the way, please contact us, and we'll be happy to help you get started.
Information on each course can be explored under the COURSES tab above.
Some courses have specific pre-requisites, so be sure to check their entry requirements on each course page.
Across each department, there are a number of different levels of study. Within the Bible, Ministry, Theology department, there are three levels:
There are also a number of different modes of study. The mode of study refers to how each unit is delivered:
Once you have chosen your course of study, you will first need to submit an Application Form.
There are different forms depending on the course you are applying for, and whether you will be studying part time or full time. You will also indicate on your form whether you plan to study predominantly on campus, online or through a mixture of on campus and online study. If you are unsure about which Application Form to complete, our Future Students Advisor can guide you in the right direction. To contact them, email email@example.com.
A part time study load is considered as 1-2 units/subjects per semester, whilst a full time study load is 3-4 units a semester. You may also choose to complete a unit as a non-award unit by ticketing the 'Non-Award' box in the other category on your Application Form. A non-award unit simply means that you are completing a standalone unit for credit rather than applying for a full course.
Application Forms can be found at the bottom of this page.
When submitting your application form, a number of documents are required as attachments. All original documents must be sighted by the Morling College Registrar’s Office, or certified copies with an original certification on it from a Justice of the Peace or equivalent provided.
If you wish to gain any credit transfers or Recognition of Prior Learning, please include this in your cover letter/email with your Application Form.
If you are wanting to study at Morling as an Overseas Student on an Australian Student Visa, there are extra requirements for study. You can find these on the Overseas Students information pages.
Applications for full time Bible, Ministry and Theology courses will normally require an informal interview. Interviews will either be in person, by phone or sometimes through an online meeting portal (E.g. Zoom or Skype), and completed by a member of our faculty.
A decision about your acceptance will be made after we have received your application, certified attachments, Pastor’s reference letter, and you have completed an interview (if required). If accepted, the Registrar’s office will send you an Acceptance Letter. In consultation with you, we may offer you a provisional acceptance or suggest a change to your Course level or program to best suit your plans for study.
Once you have received your Letter of Acceptance, you will be invited to enrol in your specific subjects by completing an Enrolment Form.
Any credit transfers or recognition of prior learning, will also be applied at this time.
Individual support is available for any questions you might have about your enrolment and choosing subjects. Throughout your course, it is your responsibility to ensure that the units you choose each semester fulfil the requirements of your course. You will also need to ensure that you fulfil any pre- or co- requisite requirements of the units your selected.
In future semesters, you can also refer to the Course Planning information on Moodle, or contact your Morling Course Advisor or Department Administrator if you have any questions about your course progression.
A list of all available subjects, and our on campus timetables are available on our website here.
For those who have applied for a Bible, Ministry or Theology Course, we recommend that students first enrol in core units. These units include:
Each course structure is made up of a variety of required units and electives. Each Unit Code (E.g. NT301) includes two letters as the prefix which correspond to an area of study:
These codes are used in our Timetable and Unit Offerings, and will correspond to the required units outlines in your Course Structure.
Some units also include a suffix in their unit code (E.g. NT301D). These letters correspond to a mode of study:
Once you are enrolled, you will be set up with access to Morling Online (Moodle), and be invited to Orientation, which is conducted either on-campus or online.