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Higher Education Enrolment

How to enrol for an undergraduate or postgraduate award

Eva Burrows College delivers higher education awards as a college of the University of Divinity. This page provides information that will help you commence the enrolment process. For more information, email

  • Admissions for first semester 2022 close on Friday 11 February 2022.
  • Admissions for second semester 2022 (Overseas) close on Thursday 15 April 2022.
  • Admissions for second semester 2022 close on Friday 15 July 2022.
  • Admissions for first semester 2023 (Overseas) close on Monday 15 November 2022.

1. Start the Admission Process

If you are looking to apply to the College and would like us to help guide you through the process and identify the right course for you, please fill out the following Enquiry Form and our Registrar will be in contact via email or phone to discuss the options available to you.

Once you have identified the right course for you, it's now time to fill out an Admission Form.

2. Complete an Admission Form

Select the form applicable to your admission. Note, these links will take you to a Word Document to be completed and returned to the Registrar at least two weeks prior to the Semester commencement.

All undergraduate and postgraduate students need to ensure they re-enrol in their course. For both current domestic and overseas students, please complete the following form below and return to the Registrar two weeks prior to the Semester commencement.

How to complete these forms

In the first instance, contact the Registrar (step 1) to discuss your study program. Once you have discussed your study options, the Registrar can assist you with the completion of your Admission Form. For more information for completing your Admission Form, refer to the University of Divinity Guide to Completing and Submitting Admission Forms.

COVID-19 Requirements

At EBC, the health, safety and wellbeing of our college community is of the utmost importance. As a college of the University of Divinity, and as part of our ongoing response to minimise the COVID-19 risk, we are now collecting evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status from students. This is to verify that all students and staff attending on-campus activities (including accessing the library) have been fully vaccinated or hold a valid medical exemption.

Student Action Required

  • Evidence of COVID-19 vaccination status for students is collected through the admission and enrolment process and retained by the University in its student management system, Paradigm.
  • Admission, enrolment and re-enrolment forms have been updated to include the collection of Vaccination Status information including the type of vaccination received (which must be on the approved list) and the date of the last vaccination. (See links to forms above.)
  • Please complete these fields and submit your proof of vaccination (or medical exemption) via email to
  • For those who have already submitted their re-enrolment form, please complete a COVID Vaccination Declaration Form and submit your proof of vaccination (or medical exemption) via email to

3. Submit your Admission Form

For all new students, after we have received your Admission Form it is a requirement for you to attend an Admissions Interview with our Academic Advisor at the College. The interview may be conducted by telephone, email, or similar means if you are unable to travel to our Ringwood Campus in Victoria. The purpose of the interview is to ensure you have the right course for you, to confirm you meet the admission requirements, and to plan a program of study appropriate to your needs.

After the interview, you will need to finalise your application, together with any outstanding certified documentation and payment of tuition fees.

For all existing students, you will receive an email to confirm your enrolment in your units of study.

4. What happens after you finalise your enrolment?

If your application is accepted, you will receive confirmation of your enrolment from the University of Divinity and an online Welcome Pack from Eva Burrows College with the information you need to get started.

Study Skills Micro Unit - Compulsory for all new students

Studying after a long break or engaging in a new field of study like Divinity/Theology can be challenging. EBC wants every student to succeed and flourish in their studies. So, following consultation with students and faculty concerning how to best support new students, EBC has established a compulsory study skills micro unit. It consists of three (3) topics that will take approximately two (2) hours for you to complete.

You will be able to access the unit once your enrolment is processed. The micro unit requires completion by the end of the third teaching week of the semester. As this unit is not for credit, it has no fee and will not appear on your academic transcript.  Exemptions are at the discretion of the Coursework Coordinator or delegate.

Read on for further details about this micro unit.

Thanks for choosing our college for your tertiary studies and we look forward to assisting you with your admission process and your studies here at the national learning centre of The Salvation Army Australia, Eva Burrows College.

For further assistance

Visit our FAQs page or contact the Registrar on +61 3 9847 5400 or via email

Eva Burrows College is a college of the University of Divinity. CRICOS Provider Code 01037A. Australia's first and only specialist university offering degrees in theology. We deliver the University of Divinity's undergraduate and postgraduate awards. The University of Divinity is an ecumenical institution with over a hundred years of experience pursuing the highest standards of scholarship in theology, philosophy, and ministry. Our aim is to produce graduates who are ready to contribute to the church and community through rigorous application of knowledge and skills in the rapidly changing context of our world.