UHI Millennium Institute-Highland Theological Collegehttp://www.htc.uhi.ac.uk/
The Highland Theological College was founded in Scotland in 1994 following plans to establish a collegiate university which would consist of a number of colleges, each with its own governing body that would also be part of a single university. The college is a member of the UHI Millennium Institute as well.
The Highland Theological College offers a wide range of courses on reformed and evangelical Christianity. The courses are available in full time, part time and open learning formats for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. Students can choose from among programmes like Access course, a bachelor's degree in theological studies, a taught MTh degree, MPhil and PhD courses, a Doctor of Ministry course as well as classes in cultural studies, Scottish history and rural development.
The Highland Theological College operates a range of leisure classes as well which includes subjects like digital photography, computing and English as a second language. The college's learning centre offers a range of computer classes as well as business classes. The college also has an extensive library which houses over 40,000 titles. There are two special collections present at the library- the theological section of the Fort Augustus Benedictine Monastery Library and parts of the William Temple Collection. Study desks are available for students and unoccupied classrooms may also be used for study purposes. The college also has a number of online resources which include course modules, articles and audio files.
UHI Millennium Institute-Highland Theological College
High Street, IV15 9HA, Dingwall
Tel: 01349 780000, Fax: 013497 80001