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Experience a unique engagement with Christian theological traditions at the University of Divinity. Whether you are interested in the academic study of theology, exploration of your Christian faith, personal growth, ordained ministry, or training as a lay-worker, at the University of Divinity you can take the next step in your vocation.

You join the University through one of our member Colleges. Throughout your studies, your home College is a hub for personalised support and guidance to ensure that you have the best student experience.

Develop a deeper understanding of your faith under the guidance of world-class theologians. Discover how centuries-old tradition can address contemporary questions as you access the University’s extensive academic resources and library collections. Small class sizes will help you connect with lecturers, meet other students, and freely engage in the issues of the contemporary world.

Wherever your studies lead, you will be equipped to contribute to a just and compassionate society.

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About VOX

VOX brings members of the University, especially academic staff, into conversation with churches, the community and you. It publishes original material and may republish or link to items from blogs, social media and news media.

Upcoming Events

  1. Community in the Kobai Society: Mapping the Intersections of a Contemporary Christian Community of Papua New Guinea

    Monday, 2 August, 2:00 pm3:00 pm AEST
  2. Research Matters: SGR Open Day 1 (online)

    Thursday, 5 August, 6:30 pm8:00 pm AEST
  3. Spirited Women ACWR Conference

    Friday, 6 August, 8:00 amSunday, 8 August, 5:00 pm AEST
  4. Liturgy on the Move: Pentecostal, Aboriginal and Secular Collisions – Northey Lecture 2021

    Friday, 6 August, 10:30 am12:00 pm AEST
  5. What Is Midrash Rabbah on Genesis and Why Does It Matter?

    Friday, 6 August, 1:00 pm2:00 pm AEST