What options do I have for study at QTC?
One of the best ways to be equipped for ministry is to study full time, alongside others as you encourage and support each other.
For those who can, we’d love you to come and study full-time with us here for one, two or three years because we believe it’s the best and most effective way for you to be equipped for ministry.
What can I expect my week at QTC to look like?
At QTC, we believe that training for ministry is best undertaken in the context of a Christian community that spend time together in lectures and throughout the week. The way our timetable is structured reflects this. All students and staff share common morning tea time (morning tea provided) and lunch hour.
The college yearly calendar and semester timetable are designed to make sure that students can enjoy a balanced life.
For day time students there are no lectures held on Mondays or late afternoons/evenings. All lectures are finished by 4:15pm.
Students taking a standard full-time load of four and a half subjects in first year and four subjects in subsequent years are committed to only 16 hours of weekly college activities; 14 hours of lectures plus the community activities described below. The formal class contact hours leave time for individual study and catching up informally with one another.
Why choose QTC?
QTC will train and support you to be a Gospel-Driven leader…
As our students study and share life, friendships are formed that often last beyond college. Our graduates consistently speak of the relationships from college, that provide a support network as they go into ministry.
Outstanding Gospel-hearted teaching
With post-graduate qualifications QTC students receive excellent academic training. But alongside this our lecturers have years of pastoral experience that gives our students practical application, preparing you to serve Jesus in any context.
Pathways to ministry
QTC has designed Pathways that guide students in their journey to serving in ministry. Sitting alongside the course content are practical training, mentoring, ministry specific units, and networking.
Cross cultural mission is built into the DNA of our thinking at QTC. Every student is challenged to think with a mission focused philosophy from day one.
QTC is passionate about gospel ministry in Queensland…
Connecting with Local Churches
QTC values connection and community with the local church. Our students are encouraged to use what they do at college to build up and strengthen their local church.
Investing in Gospel-shaped ministry
A strong gospel-driven college builds strong ministry leaders. Studying at QTC is an investment in gospel-shaped ministry in QLD.
With graduates in churches and ministries throughout Queensland, QTC students have access to an extensive ministry network of gospel shaped ministry leaders.
Equipping Queenslanders for ministry in Qld
QTC has a heart for seeing Queenslanders equipped for ministry in QLD.