The University has a number of study tools and resources available to help you make the most of your student experience. You can use these to ensure you are aware of key dates, policies and other expectations during your study from how to enrol in units or update your personal details, to grading and assessment information.
Manage your enrolment
Enrolment and Student Forms
Keep track of your enrolment, fees and personal details with the forms available on this page.
Students and staff join the University through one of its Colleges or Schools, each of which is a unique learning community. The Colleges are supported by a wide range of churches and religious orders that together resource the University as a whole.
University Key Dates
Find information about important dates relevant to your study or work at the University from admission periods, to census dates, to graduations and meetings.
Tuition fees are set by the University of Divinity Council annually. Fees are paid directly to the University of Divinity at the time of admission or re-enrolment. A range of payment options are available.
Academic integrity is ‘the moral code of academic life and endeavour. It involves using, generating and communicating information in an ethical, honest and responsible manner’.
Code of Conduct
The Code of Conduct applies to all members of the University of Divinity while using University or College facilities and services, or engaging in University or College activities.
Grading and Assessment
Assessment is a crucial quality measure in higher education, a key motivation for student learning, and an important part of curriculum and learning task development. Information on this page is a summary of a selection of University policies relevant to assessment.
As a member of the University you have the right to seek a review of or to appeal a decision of the University regarding assessment, admission to a course, or other academic decision.
Educational IT Systems
Staff and students of the University use a number of systems in their learning, teaching and research. Learn more about the systems in use and how to get help for troubleshooting.
The University of Divinity is committed to the use of one basic referencing style for theology courses, which is based on the latest version of the Chicago Manual of Style (17th ed. 2017).
Culture and Integrity
Fair treatment, justice, encompassing diversity and supporting those who are vulnerable are all part of the University’s culture, anchored in Christian tradition.
Health and Wellbeing
Taking care of your physical and mental health will help you to achieve academic success, make the most of your learning opportunities and enjoy a positive student experience.
Respect and Safety
Fair treatment of all people is underpinned by the principle of equity in education, employment and wellbeing for students and staff, and by providing a safe environment that is, so far as is reasonably practicable, free from risks to health, wellbeing, and safety.
Information for Overseas Students
The University of Divinity welcomes and provides students from overseas with a safe, enjoyable and rewarding place to study. Find out more about the range of services and support to help overseas students succeed in their studies.