Since 1948, Alphacrucis College (AC) has educated thousands of influential leaders who have significantly impacted communities and churches across the globe. Our mission is to provide an excellent education to equip leaders to change the world.
Avondale University College is a not-for-profit private higher education provider established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in 1897. Its mission is to foster a Christian learning community dedicated to serving world needs.
Christian Heritage College (CHC) is a fully accredited Higher Education Provider (HEP) that has, for nearly three decades, sought to integrate a distinctively Christian worldview with degrees in under-graduate and postgraduate Education, Social Sciences, Business and Ministry courses.
Eastern College Australia is a multi-disciplinary Christian Higher Education Provider and a Registered Training Organisation offering government accredited awards from Certificate to Masters. Eastern College provides high-quality teaching, training and research from a Christian worldview that contributes to the church and the flourishing of humanity through the lives of its graduates.
At Excelsia College (formerly Wesley Institute), our students come from all walks of life, bringing with them many different backgrounds, traditions and experiences.
But they have something important in common.
People in our community are passionate about excelling and growing: academically, professionally, creatively, personally, spiritually, and in their understanding of the world and their place in it.
Morling Education (formerly Southland College) is now the Faculty of Education at Morling College. The mission of the Faculty of Education is to assist Christian educators to develop their thinking and practice from a biblically based foundation. All courses offered are on-line and from a Christian worldview. The Master of Education and Master of Education (Leadership) enable Christian educators to reflect upon the basic principles and values underpinning their ministry, and strengthen the effectiveness of their teaching and leadership practices.
Sydney Teaching School Alliance
St Andrew’s Cathedral School has now joined the Sydney Teaching School Alliance, partnering with The Scots College; William Clarke College and Blue Mountains Grammar School. The Alliance is now offering a limited number of high value teacher- trainee places, for students commencing study in 2020, through a new partnership with Alphacrucis College’s Bachelor of Education and Master of Teaching Degrees. With entirely onsite clinical practice training, half tuition sponsorship and part-time employment as a teacher’s assistant, this is a great opportunity for anyone wanting to become a Christian teacher.
AC are now opening applications for students to apply to be part of this newest site for high quality teacher-training. Candidates will typically be drawn from current Christian-affiliated school year 12 students, alumni, teacher’s aids, retraining parents, and others attached to your various networks. They will need to live in commutable proximity to the Teaching School Alliance Schools (ie. the Sydney Basin and surrounds) and be appropriately aligned to the ethos of a Christian Grammar School. This is a unique, Christian pathway for high potential trainee teachers. AC anticipate this will be a quite competitive process, as places are limited, so early application is advised. Links are provided below and please contact Dr David Hastie if you have further queries.
Tabor is a specialist tertiary institution, with an emphasis on equipping students for community professions.
Tabor has a 40-year multi-denominational Christian history of providing nationally-recognised higher education programs within a supportive and nurturing environment.
For over 50 years Vose has been providing exceptional learning experiences for the Christian community. Largely focused on training those who are preparing for Christian ministry, in recent years it has broadened its brief to include programmes for those in fields heavily impacted by the mission of the church – education, counselling, aid and development, youth work and the ever growing not-for-profit sector. Vose trains people from a wide range of denominational backgrounds. Baptist and evangelical in its heritage, it continues to operate with a generous orthodoxy to equip people for relevant and biblically informed ministry in the 21st century.