Dr Guy Freeland's book Windows to Orthodoxy, a volume of collected essays published between December 2001 and October 2009 in the English...
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- Prospective Students
St Andrew's Greek Orthodox Theological College welcomes applications for admission to its courses from students who wish to prepare themselves for the priesthood in the Orthodox Church, for teaching, or for other forms of active ministry within the Orthodox Church in Australia such as welfare positions and chaplaincy roles within universities, correctional service facilities, hospitals, and police services.
People wishing to pursue theological education for the sake of personal enrichment, or in order to discern a vocation, are also welcome to consider applying for admission into an appropriate course of study in consultation with the Registrar.
Applications for admission into the three year ecclesial program of studies, centred on the Bachelor of Theology, should be received by early December. Prospective students who are completing Yr 12 should communicate their interest to the Registrar even whilst waiting for the final results of their Higher School Certificate or equivalent. Late applications may still be considered but only after consultation with the Registrar and at the discretion of St Andrew's.
Applications for admission into all other courses of study should normally be received by the middle of January for entry in Semester 1. Late applications received after these respective deadlines may still be considered but only after consultation with the Registrar and at the discretion of St Andrew's.
Applications for admission into the research degree programs of the Sydney College of Divinity are handled by the Director of Research in the Office of the Dean, and are processed by the Research Committee under guidelines set down by the Academic Board of the Sydney College of Divinity.