Highland Theological College UHI
Situated in the centre of the thriving market town of Dingwall, and with a satellite base in Paisley, HTC UHI is one of the smaller colleges within the university partnership. Due to its size there is an excellent relationship between students and staff. Worship is an integral part of college life and is encouraged but not obligatory.
We specialise in:
providing opportunities to study the Christian faith in an evangelical, Reformed, non-denominational context.
What our students, graduates and staff say
Starting as a parish minister at a new church is always an adventure. Each day is different and it’s a privilege and a joy to walk alongside people of faith or none. My roles are varied from leading Sunday worship, acting as a school chaplain, conducting baptisms, weddings and funerals to visiting those who need a prayer and a little support.
Andrea Boyes / BA (Hons) Theological Studies
The lectures are fantastic. The style and structure is easy to follow: you will learn a lot and there's plenty of time for discussion which is good. This is an absolutely great place to study. My university experience could not be any better. Staff and students know each other well and help each other out.
Cate Otanes / BA (Hons) Theological Studies
Through my volunteering work with the Centre for History, I've gained experience in statistics, cataloguing, archiving, and events. I’ve also worked with David Worthington, head of the centre, on his conference 'Unheard Voices, Unseen Communities: Perspectives on Polish Ethnicity in Scotland'. The university’s careers service has helped me to get onto the Saltire Scotland Internship programme which means I can apply for internships across the world during the summer which I am very excited about.
Victoria Whiteford / BA (Hons) History and Theology