BA Locations

BA Locations

Through local Christian partnerships we have campuses around the country,

so you can choose to study at a campus near you.


Our Campuses also have several Hubs located around them, so whilst students travel to their nearest Campus for teaching; tutorials and clusters take place at their local hub location. As a result, the College does not have any accommodation of its own.

Students have the opportunity to study without leaving their current ministry situation or can take-up work placements local to where they live; demonstrating the flexibility, innovation and quality our courses are known for.

Students will also have the opportunity at various points through the course to meet current students from other Campuses at ‘intensive study’ sessions or through events sponsored and hosted by ForMission.

Visit a Campus

There’s nothing quite like seeing a place for yourself. Visiting a centre and meeting the people can be a valuable aid in the decision-making process. You can book to visit the campuses during term-time, and this is a great opportunity to meet staff and students.

Here are the list of campuses and where they are:

Exeter Campus
Riverside Church
13-14 Okehampton Street
EX4 1DU

London Campus
City Temple Church
Holborn Viaduct
EC1A 2DE

Birmingham Campus
Rowheath Pavilion
Heath Road
Bournville
B30 1HH

Leeds Campus
Unity 27
Unity Business Centre
26 Roundhay Road
LS7 1AB

Manchester Campus
1st Floor, Glenn House
Monfort Street
Salford Quays
M50 2RP

Liverpool Campus
Holy Trinity Church
Lower Level
Richmond Park
Liverpool
L6 5AD

Residential Intensive
Office: 43 London Road
Bicester,
OX36 6BU

If you would like to visit any of the campuses, please make a prior appointment. You can either book an appointment by sending an email to admissions@formission.org.uk or phone the Head Office and ask for Admissions at 01214585240.


Our Students say…

Laura“…in year one I was a rugby player studying a bit of theology that later transformed into a theology student playing a bit of rugby.

Year two started to paint a different picture, God changed my heart over the summer and the year became more about my heart for mission and children’s work than it did about rugby! Things I was learning changed and transformed my thinking and my ministry….I hated the church planting module and at the end realised in effect I had been doing church planting all along! I was petrified of studying pneumatology (a word I couldn’t even say) yet it strengthened everything I did!”

Laura Knott, Birmingham Campus

 

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