Luther King House
Luther King House,
M14 5JP, UK
LKH welcomes applications from all who want to develop their understanding of theology, Christian ministry and mission. Each programme has its own application and admissions process.
For full details, follow the appropriate links below.
Download and complete our Undergraduate in Contextual Theology Application Form or telephone 0161 249 2504 to discuss your application informally. For more information about the application and admissions process, see our Undergraduate Applications and Admissions Process guidance document (available on request). Our undergraduate theology courses commence in September. If you are thinking about studying here, contact us now to discuss a visit to the college so you can find out more.
Download and complete our Postgraduate taught in Contextual Theology Application Form or telephone 0161 249 2504 to discuss your application informally. For more information about the application and admissions process, see our Postgraduate Applications and Admissions Process guidance document (available on request). Our postgraduate taught theology courses commence in September. If you are thinking about studying here, contact us now to discuss a visit to the college so you can find out more.
Applicants to the research programme should submit their completed Research Degrees Application Form, together with their research proposal, academic CV, undergraduate and postgraduate degree certificates and transcripts, and a copy of their passport (and visa if applicable) to the Academic Registrar at LKH. Please also complete and submit this Application Checklist with your application and other documentation. The application process normally involves two stages, and full information about the process can be found in our Research Degrees Applications and Admissions Process document.
If you would like an informal discussion about your research proposal before making a formal application, please contact the Programme Leader, Jonathan Tallon.
Entry points for admission to the University of Manchester are in September and January each year.
Luther King House is committed to providing a high quality admissions service which is fair and transparent. We recognise, however, that there may be occasions when an applicant feels dissatisfied with the way the admissions process has been conducted or with its outcome. To safeguard the interests of prospective students, Luther King House has established an Appeals and Complaints Procedure for Applicants.
Every reasonable effort will be made to deal promptly and efficiently with all complaints and appeals, to investigate them thoroughly and objectively and to seek to resolve them satisfactorily. Complaints and appeals will be dealt with positively and constructively. Applicants will not be disadvantaged in any way if they use the Appeals and Complaints Procedure.
If you have any queries or concerns about how your application has been handled, our Appeals and Complaints Procedure for Applicants is available here. If you wish to make a formal appeal or complaint, please complete and return the Appeals and Complaints Form for Applicants to the Academic Registrar at Luther King House, and your appeal or complaint will be processed according to the procedure outlined in this policy.
We have similar processes available for students currently enrolled on our academic programmes. Here are the Grievances and Complaints Policy and Complaints Form for students registered on our academic programmes. Here are the Academic Appeals Policy and Academic Appeals Form for registered students.
Arrangements are made for students to transfer from a course of study at another Higher Education institution to LKH, or from LKH to another such institution. This is done on the basis of ‘Accreditation of Prior Learning’ (APL). It allows credits gained to be transferred from one course to another in accordance with the regulations of the institutions concerned.
More detailed information is set out in both the Undergraduate and Postgraduate ‘Applications and Admissions process’ guidance documents accessed above.