For further information or to make an appointment with a course advisor contact us via one of the query links below.
- Prospective students apply directly to the College for admission. Every applicant is considered on an individual basis.
- University of Divinity Exchange Students enrol through their home college.
- CTC reserves the right to use its discretion in accepting applications for enrolment, in accordance with theUniversity of Divinity Admissions Policy
Enrolments for the new academic year open in November of the previous year.
Prospective students are encouraged to enrol at least two weeks prior to commencement.
|2022||Domestic Students||Visa Holders|
|Semester 1||by the middle of February 2022||by 15 November 2021|
|Winter Intensives||by the middle of June 2022||by 15 April 2022|
|Semester 2||by the middle of July 2022||by 15 April 2022|
Coursework Enrolment Process
Step 1: Arrange for an interview
For undergraduate or postgraduate: contact the Academic Records Office to arrange an appointment
For GCTRE contact the GCTRE Course Coordinator.
For Research, contact the Research Coordinator.
Undergraduate and Audit Queries
Postgraduate and Research Queries
If you are unsure
Step 2: Documentation required
- Proof of citizenship (e.g. Birth Certificate or Passport)
- Academic/VCE transcripts
- Evidence of any change of name (if applicable)
- USI number
- IELTS results (Overseas students only)
- Visa information (Overseas students only)
- Sponsor Statement (if a third party is paying some or all of your tuition fees)
- Digital headshot (for student records/ID card)
Step 3: Interview (currently by zoom)
- Discuss your study options with a Course Advisor
- Complete the Enrolment/Application form
Step 4: Receive from CTC
- Enrolment receipt (by email)
- Confirmation letter (by email)
- Enrolment summary (by email)
- Student card (either in person or by post, when enrolment has been processed)
Step 5: Orientation
Attend one of our orientation sessions (see below).
Attend one of our orientation sessions.
This informal gathering provides an opportunity for new students to meet staff and become acquainted with the teaching and student facilities at CTC.
It includes a welcome from the Master of the College, an overview of study at CTC from the Academic Dean, a summary of student life from a current student, and a tour of the College and the Mannix Library.
- Semester 1 2022: Tuesday 15 February at 7pm: online via zoom (zoom link to come)
- Semester 2 2022: Tuesday 15 February at 7pm: online via zoom (zoom link to come)
Payment must be arranged at time of enrolment. For more information see the Fees page.
GCTRE Enrolment Process
Contact your Course Advisor: Dr Frances Baker RSM, GCTRE Coordinator to begin the application process.
See the GCTRE page for more information.
Research Application Procedures
Contact your Course Advisor: Rev. Dr Max Vodola, Research Coordinator to begin the application process.
See the Research page for more information.
The census date is the final day on which students can withdraw from a unit and receive a refund of tuition fees, and have the unit removed from their academic transcripts. Students who withdraw from a unit after the census date for that unit will not receive a refund of fees and will have the unit recorded on their academic transcript. The census dates for standard 12-week semester-length units are listed in the key dates for the academic year. Every unit is assigned a census date.