To apply to study at CRC, visit our website and click the apply button linked to the course you are interested in, then use our online forms to apply.
What is involved in the admission process?
The admission process starts with a submission of an application from you the applicant. The admissions team assesses your application and in some cases the applicant might be required to attend an interview as part of the admission process. Applicants will normally receive a confirmation of their application status within thirty days from the date of application.
Enrolment dates and requirements will be communicated to all successful applicants as part of this process.
When do we take admissions?
Usually, our admissions intakes are in September/January except for short courses (such as Christian practical ministry courses) that run all year long.
We offer a range of courses including short courses in Christian practical ministry, BTEC Business and Computing, Diploma in Education and Training, Bachelor of Arts (Honours) with foundation year in Business or Theology, and Master’s Degree in Business or Theology.
What is the course duration?
Depending on what you are studying, our course durations range from 1- 4 years.
Who can study our courses?
Anyone is welcome to study on our courses provided you meet the entry requirements outlined on the relevant course’s page.
Which days do I study?
Some of our courses require you to attend classes in-person at the college between 1-2 days a week depending on your course of study.
Online courses are delivered on Saturdays for Christian practical ministry courses. Other courses with an online delivery component are delivered on evenings, weekdays, and Saturdays.
Can I study online?
Yes, for courses that are blended, hybrid, or fully online. For fully in-person courses, online learning allowance can be granted temporarily under extenuating circumstances (see below).
How many times can I join classes online?
There is a maximum allowance of 2 times per term, pre-approved under extenuating circumstances only.
None. The college expects a minimum of 80% attendance from all students and must be notified of absences due to ill-health or other extenuating circumstances with supporting evidence. In such cases, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can I leave my class early?
No. However, students with extenuating circumstances may be permitted to leave class early by the lecturer in line with College policies. Such students must do so quickly and quietly without disruption to other students.
To access your school email, please go to outlook.office.com in a web browser and sign in with your college assigned email address and password. You can also find guidance documents on usage of your college Microsoft account here (requires sign in).
Whether instigated by you or the college, you need to contact SLC to let them know you are no longer on the course. If it was done by you and you wish to resume, send an email to email@example.com.
At Christ The Redeemer College, we are committed to providing support that ensures staff and students have the best possible work and learning environment.
While you can use the Get Help form to submit requests to the relevant departments, you might find it more convenient sometimes to send a quick email. Below are the most commonly needed email addresses.