Open Day

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Haere mai!

Carey Open Day is an opportunity to join us for a relaxing and informative day to help you discern where God may be calling you to study. Our next Open Day is planned for Tuesday 24 May.

Open Day starts at 8am at Carey Baptist College, and finishes at 3pm. You are welcome to come for the whole day, or part of the day. All meals are included, and are free of charge.

Programme:

8.00am Welcome Breakfast with Students and Staff
9.00am Meet the Carey Team
9.30am Visit Formation Groups
11.10am Chapel
12.00pm Lunch
12.30pm Programmes Expo
1.00pm Academic Matters
1.30pm Sample a Lecture
2.30pm Poroaki
3.00pm Official End of Open Day

From 3.00-4.00pm there will be an opportunity for you to pray and reflect on what God may be saying to you. Carey staff will also be available if you have any additional questions.

You’ll be able to:

      • Hear from our Principal, Dr John Tucker
      • Learn about our teaching team and their passions
      • Chat with current students about how studying theology has transformed them
      • Find out more about our formation tracks (Pastoral and Youth Pastoral Leadership, Mission, Ngā Pou Amorangi)
      • Get answers to your questions

Resources

Timetables

View our 2022 Timetables including on-site, distance, block courses and undergraduate and postgraduate courses.

Undergraduate Timetable Postgraduate Timetable

Fees and Scholarships

Information on fees can be viewed here.

Carey has a number of scholarships available for students.

If this is your first time studying at a tertiary level you could get your fees paid for through the government’s fees free scheme. Find out more at www.feesfree.govt.nz

“At Carey we believe that the God of mission is at work in the world by the Spirit to renew people and places in Christ. Our calling is to equip Christian leaders with the convictions, competencies, and capacity to participate in that mission, bringing gospel renewal in churches and communities across Aotearoa and around the world.”

– John Tucker, Principal