About the Course
There are many great stories of churches attracting young people, and having an impact on their lives, but the national trend suggests that increasing numbers of this generation are disconnecting from both the church and the Christian faith. Our desire on the Youth Ministry track is to inspire, shape and prepare Christians to engage with both the challenges and opportunities this creates.
Run in partnership with Limitless (the youth movement of the Elim Pentecostal Churches in the UK and Ireland), and Regents Theological College, the Youth Track degree has been designed to launch people into ministry with young people.
Along with Track Leader Ollie Ward, Tim Alford (The National Director of Limitless), and a gifted team of visiting lecturers and youth leaders, the course combines teaching, mentoring, and experiential learning from both a practical and academic point-of-view.
The Track aims to enhance both the biblical and theological knowledge of students, enabling them to practically minister specifically in a youth context, grounded in a developing walk with God.
Validation and Entry Requirements
The course is validated by The University of Chester.
If you are under 21 years of age, the entry requirements are GCSE English at C grade or above (or equivalent), and two A levels. If you are over 21, the requirement is GCSE English at C grade or above (or equivalent), and with the discretion of Regents Theological College.
Three year Bachelors of Arts with Honours in Applied Theology, with an optional exit Certificate of Higher Education after one year, or Diploma of Higher Education after two years.