Graduate Diploma in Kingdom
Theology and Student Ministry


Fusion and Westminster Theological Centre are delighted to announce a brand new, fully validated, part-time Graduate Diploma in Kingdom Theology and Student Ministry, launching September 2020.

This course, the first of its kind in the UK, is designed for student workers who want to invest long term in the call to Student Ministry and will equip them with the practical skills and theological grounding necessary to become established, cutting-edge, professional practitioners. An exciting collaboration, it will combine WTC's excellence in academic, Spirit-filled theological teaching and Fusion's experience in practical Student Ministry training. We believe this ground-breaking qualification will become a key foundation stone in the future development of church based student mission - and we invite you to consider applying to be a part of this significant and timely venture.

Course Details:

Cost: £3,500 per year*

Delivery: 2 Years, part time. This course is designed to fit alongside the rest of life, work and ministry. Content is delivered through annual residentials and local learning hubs. It is recommended students set aside a day a week for study time.**

Entry Requirements: Applicants will need a Bachelor’s degree or previous higher education experience. For those without a Bachelor’s degree, but with professional qualifications or relevant experience, please contact us to discuss your eligibility. It is also essential that prospective students have an active student work role within a local church.

Validation: This Graduate Diploma is a Level 6 qualification, fully validated by the University of Chester.

*Subject to annual increases
**To find out more info about how course delivery works visit


Find out more:

Interested in signing up for or finding out more about this exciting new training opportunity? For more information click the link below to see the course outline on WTC's website.

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You can also contact us if you have any questions about the course.

The urgent task of reaching the student world for Christ requires the training of world class student workers; workers whose calling to students is not a stepping stone for other ministry but a rock on which the church can change the university and move the student world. This level of investment and training for the task of student mission among Europe’s 25 million students is long overdue and I am thrilled that Fusion can partner with Westminster Theological Centre to pioneer this course and to give student ministry the strong theological foundation it merits.

Rich Wilson, Fusion Team Leader