Regents Theological College is amongst the foremost Pentecostal Bible Colleges in Europe, and one of the largest in the UK. It is also the national training centre for the Elim Pentecostal Churches, and has been training people to serve in a range of Christian ministries, both in the church and wider community, for over 90 years.
The campus is spectacularly located in a Victorian county house on the western slopes of the Malvern Hills, with views stretching across Herefordshire towards mid Wales. The College welcomes students from many different countries, cultures and denominations, offering undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in Applied Theology. It also runs the Ministry Foundation Certificate (MFC), a years course for people applying to become ministers within the Elim Church Movement.
Students can study either residentially (on campus) or from home (in context) through our range of study programmes. Living on campus gives you the opportunity to be fully involved in the academic, social and spiritual community at the heart of Regents, whatever your age, leading to lifelong friendships; studying from home allows you to remain involved in your church ministry or current working environment with further input from the Regents academic staff.
For residential students, we offer a range of accommodation from single and twin study bedrooms, to flats for married couples and families; most rooms are en-suite and all have internet access. Students usually share a room in their first year, moving to a single in years two and three.
West Malvern Road, Malvern, Worcestershire WR14 4AY, UK
Regents Theological College