Applying for admissions is simple. Please take the time to follow the steps provided below. If you would like to know more about our programmes, we invite you to select the type of programme you are interested in to learn more. If you would like to speak to us, please feel free to contact us at tel:1 246 416 8051 or email@example.com.
Why study at Codrington College?
Codrington College is an Anglican Theological College in St. John, Barbados affiliated with the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus. It is the oldest Anglican Theological College in the Western Hemisphere.
Codrington College has a great wealth of theological history supported by a diverse group of Lecturers, Administrators and Assistants. Persons interested in increasing their knowledge about Christianity and religion will benefit from the programmes and environment at Codrington which have been designed to inspire, challenge you and transform the way you view God, yourself and the world around you. It gives you a better understanding of who you are in the world and your walk with God.
Set on an old plantation, the atmosphere is one of peace and tranquility and the architecture of the buildings is exceptionally beautiful. Long walks on the grounds to commune with nature and opportunities to overlook the Atlantic Ocean for contemplation are extremely sacred and highly rejuvenating. A place where everyone is supported and is treated like family, a true home away from home.
Please be reminded that all admissions for undergraduate and postgraduate only are to be completed via University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus website. You will be guided accordingly on the Codrington College Website. If you do have any questions at all, please feel free to reach out to us by ‘requesting information’ below.
We are always happy to answer any questions that you may have as we wish to make your process an easy one.
Please be reminded of the following :
Applications not submitted through the online method can be mailed to:
(If unable to bring supporting documents in person to the office, notarised copies of each document must be submitted by August 31st.)
The Assistant Registrar,
Student Affairs Admissions
Cave Hill Campus
P O Box 64
From the 9th September 1745 when the College opened its doors as a Grammar school with twelve students, until the present day, a steady stream of students have graduated. Following affiliation with the University of Durham in 1875, the College proceeded to offer programmes in Classics as well as in Theology. As a result, the College has produced many persons who made their mark in teaching, law, medicine, the civil service, as well as in the Church. Since 1955, following the establishment of the University of the West Indies, the College has concentrated on Theological Studies. Its graduates are to be found in various parts of the Anglican Communion: Europe, Africa, North America, Australia, as well as the West Indies.