The entrance requirements for a full or part-time BA course include the provision of two good references (including a pastoral reference), a commitment to accept the ethos, vision and priorities of the college and a successful interview.
On the academic side, the entrance qualifications for our degree and diploma level courses validated by the University of Chester are available from the Entrance Requirements page.
If you wish to apply to study at Mattersey Hall, please download and complete the appropriate application form.
If you’d like to discuss our courses or any aspect of the application process, please don’t hesitate to contact us
Undergraduate BA (inc. Graduate Diploma and Distance Learning)
If you are applying for an undergraduate programme, whether on-site or distance learning, or the Graduate Diploma, please complete and return the main form (together with the application fee and a passport-sized photo) to the Admissions Office at Mattersey Hall, or use the online application. After your named referees have been contacted, we will arrange for you to visit the College for an informal interview as soon as possible where more details will be given on the course and funding. A major part of the application process is the completion of both a ‘Self-Declaration’ and an ‘On-line’ DBS check. This is to ascertain the suitability of our on-site Residential and Day Students to work with children and vulnerable adults in the various ministry and missions contexts that we offer. Distance Learning students will also be required to complete a ‘Self-Declaration’. Any offer made to a candidate will be conditional upon a satisfactory DBS check.
Postgraduate Taught MA Programmes
If you are applying for a postgraduate programme please review the guidance notes and complete the Graduate Application Form and return it (along with your references, passport-sized photo and the application fee) to the Admissions Office at Mattersey Hall. We will need one of your references to be an academic reference. We will invite UK-based applicants in to Mattersey Hall for an informal discussion where more details will be given on the course.
Postgraduate Research Programmes (DMin, MPhil, PhD)
If you are applying for a postgraduate programme please review the guidance notes and complete the Graduate Application Form and return it (along with your references, passport-sized photo and the application fee) to the Admissions Office at Mattersey Hall. We will need one of your references to be an academic reference. If you are applying for the Dmin/PhD programme, please contact us as there is additional information that you will need to send which includes an in depth proposal. We will invite UK-based applications for an informal discussion.