Christian Youth Work Training

Regents Theological College

About Regents Theological College

Covid 19 Notes:

Our priority at Regents is the safety and security of all our staff and students. We are committed to maintaining quality, high standards, and flexibility in all our provision in line with current official guidance. Whilst students may be wondering what their studies will look like next year at Regents, we are confident, that with the modifications we have made, we will be welcoming students to our Malvern site in September to begin and continue their studies. We are also confident that the campus can continue to be the vibrant spiritual community that both students and staff enjoy.


Regents Theological College, West Malvern Road, West Malvern, Worcestershire. WR14 4AY

Rebekah Marshall, Admissions and Operations Officer
0845 302 6758
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Courses from Regents Theological College

Regents ~ BA (Hons) Applied Theology - Youth Ministry

This is a three year programme, combining theological study with youth ministry study and practice. The Youth Track aims to (1) enhance biblical/theological knowledge of the students, (2) enable them to practically minister in a youth specific context, and (3) ground these from an increasingly developing walk with God. Core theological modules are studied, as well as some youth specific ones and students also attend a youth work placement. There are also various opportunities to assist with Limitless’ work, including volunteering at their national youth conference, the Gathering.

Regents ~ BA (Hons) Applied Theology and Performing Arts

The vision of the programme is to provide those who believe that God has gifted them in performance with a chance to hone those skills in an affirming atmosphere and a place that puts Christ at the centre of all we do.  As well as teaching practical professional skills the course explores the interaction between performance and theology to see how these two disciplines enrich and inform one another. The hope is that the graduates of this course will be the church leaders, actors, communicators, storytellers and performers of the future and will revitalise both the Church and the Arts.