º¬Ðß²ÝÊÓÆµ provides scholarships and financial support for students who need it, so that they may have time to study.Â All students are eligible to apply for need-based bursaries. The College also offers junior fellowshipsÂ and teaching assistantships to provide financial support and learning opportunities for theology doctoral students.
Along with bursary support, the Faculty of Divinity also offers special bursaries (for example for internship expenses or educational travel) and emergency loans. For more information about bursary support and the application form, click here.
Doctoral students (PhD and DMin) are also eligible for junior fellowshipsÂ that are given out on a competitive basis and for teaching assistantships.Â There are up to five fellowship packagesÂ awarded each year valued of at leastÂ $10,000, renewable for up to four years.
The Faculty of Divinity offers two entrance scholarships, and annual prizes and scholarships to recognize highest academic achievement in a course, discipline or academic year. For more information about scholarships and prizes, click here.