Highland Theological College UHI is an evangelical and non-denominational college located in Dingwall and is a partner college within the University of the Highlands and Islands network. It provides the opportunity to study the Christian faith from a Reformed perspective in the context of a worshipping community.
Courses and Subjects
Most courses are offered at degree level, but there is also an Access to Christian Theology course and a Certificate of Higher Education (Cert HE) in Tourist Guiding (North Highlands). There is the opportunity to study Postgraduate research degrees.
In addition to theology, there are degrees available in a range of other subjects including, archaeology, history, literature, politics, Scottish history and cultural studies, sociology and sustainable development.
Facilities and Services
The college library is well equipped and contains several special collections, with both print and digital resources available.
There is a comfortable student common room with self-catering facilities and a conference room, which is also used as a chapel area for regular worship and missions services.
The majority of HTC’s students study by distance learning, making use of state-of-the-art technology and excellent tutor support.
The college is a recognised provider of training and education for the Associated Presbyterian Churches, Church of Scotland and United Free Church of Scotland.
Courtesy of Highland Theological College UHI