Admission is restricted to members of the Traditional Anglican Church and other Continuing Anglican Churches as approved by the Board of Regents.
Master of Divinity and Bachelor of Theology Programs
Admission to the Master of Divinity and Bachelor of Theology programs is granted by the Board of Regents based upon the following criteria and supporting documentation:
1. Acceptance as a postulant (candidate for ordination) from among the Provinces of the Traditional Anglican Church, and those of the Continuing Anglican Church accepted by the Board of Regents. Acceptance as a postulant must be signified by letter from the Bishop Ordinary of the postulant’s Diocese.
2. Successful completion of post-secondary education at an accredited university or college; or an equivalent combination of education and life experience (as determined by the Board of Regents on a case by case basis).
3. Completion by the candidate of the Admissions Application:
- Admission Application for Students Seeking Ordination
- Admission Application for Students Not Seeking Ordination
Statement on Reasonable Accommodation for Students
No qualified individual with a disability is excluded from participation in; be denied the benefits of; or be subjected to discrimination in any activity, service, or program of St. Bede’s solely by reason of disability. Each qualified individual with a disability who meets the academic and technical standards required to enrol in and participate in the programs of St. Bede’s is provided with equal access to educational programs in the most integrated setting appropriate to that person’s needs through reasonable accommodation. It is the student’s responsibility to initiate the process for disability services. The process for obtaining a reasonable accommodation is interactive and begins with the student’s disclosure of disability and a request for reasonable accommodations. The student is responsible for providing St. Bede’s with documentation not more than three years old of disability from a licensed professional which sets forth the recommended accommodations. Documentation is required at the beginning of each academic year and instructors should be notified before the start of each course. Student requests for accommodations are considered on an individual basis.