MAC is among 17 Bible and theological colleges around Australia that are currently affiliated with the Australian College of Theology.

Australian College of Theology

act_logo_pageThe Australian College of Theology (ACT) was established in 1891 by the General Synod of the Anglican Church in Australia.

The Australian College of Theology Limited is a higher education provider (HEP) as defined by the Higher Education Support Act (2003). Like universities, it has government approval to accredit its own courses in the ASCED field of Religious Studies (091703).

The Diploma and Advanced Diploma courses have been accredited by the Australian College of Theology for the next five years (2017-2021). The Certificate in Theology and Academic Studies in Theology Certificate are unaccredited awards.

The Australian College of Theology is a national provider, which operates through independent colleges as a consortium. These colleges are approved by the Australian College of Theology’s Board of Directors to deliver Australian College of Theology courses on its behalf and are termed affiliated colleges of the Australian College of Theology.

There are currently a total of 17 Bible and theological colleges affiliated with the Australian College of Theology around Australia. Mary Andrews College is one of the affiliated colleges of the Australian College of Theology. Click here for a full list of the other colleges affiliated with the ACT (including which courses are offered and the colleges’ contact details).

Australian College of Theology courses and the units of study of which they are comprised (as described and contained in the Australian College of Theology Handbooks and in submissions to the Australian College of Theology’s Academic Board) are the intellectual property of the Australian College of Theology. Copyright and ownership of these courses and their units is vested in the Australian College of Theology. So-called ‘Type B electives’ approved by the Australian College of Theology for delivery by affiliated colleges remain the intellectual property of the affiliated college that proposed them.

For more information about the Australian College of Theology, visit their website: www.actheology.edu.au

ACT enrolment form (230kb)

ACT student policy handbook (2nd edition) (161kb)