Perth Bible College is a nationally accredited tertiary education institution providing higher education awards from Diplomas through to Masters Degrees in an environment of Academic Excellence that is Christ Centred, Ministry Focussed, and Life Transforming.
Whether you study at our residential campus or online through our external program we commit ourselves to enable students to: “think deeply about Christ, his work and the world, and to serve him with integrity, courage, conviction and love.”Find out more...
Postgraduate StudiesPerth Bible College's masters programme provides a number of postgraduate courses that are both structured and flexible. This allows the first time theological student to learn in a well prepared environment as well as offering the flexibility of exploring a very broad range of Christian fields.Find out more...
Living on campusThe Perth Bible College facilities include a number self contained units. These units are either one, two or three bedroom units and can be supplied with or without furnishings. PBC has the ability to accommodate single students (normally shared living arrangements, one student per bedroom), married students and families depending on the availability of units. Units are also available for non-students. Please contact PBC for information on current unit availability.Find out more...
Undergraduate StudiesPerth Bible College offers the following undergraduate courses to prepare students for life and ministry. All courses contain the possibility of specialising in counselling, missions, chaplaincy, or pastoral ministry. These courses can be studied full-time, part-time, externally or by audit. Find out more...
Crisis is unexpected, sudden and extreme, it may happen to anyone, and if not handled well may lead to significant mental health issues. Crisis intervention and responding to trauma is therefore unique as it aims to reduce the effects on long term mental health and personal well-being. This unit will provide a sound understanding of the skills, strategies and techniques for counselling traumatised people, and to apply knowledge and skills in practical situations.
A theological response to trauma and crisis will be explored together with the role of the counsellor in a range of contexts. Managing our own and the client’s emotional response whilst supporting clients through difficulties may result in seeing the beauty arise from the ashes. Perth Bible College is offering this unit in semester two, 2018, commencing on July 30 and may be accredited as an elective for a range of PBC courses and may be audited (sit in class with out doing assessments).
Are you truly interested in understanding the contemporary church or wonder why we have certain practices in the Church? We can’t truly understand the present unless we understand the past, because the past created us. Perth Bible College is offering a Church History in Semester 2, 2018. If you enjoyed this video you can apply to do this unit through Perth Bible College as part of a diploma, advanced diploma, degree, graduate diploma or masters. Enrolment is now open: apply now!
Find out more about what’s been happening on the Perth Bible College campus! The latest edition of “Stepping Up” has just been published!
In this edition:
- An introduction to Baby Burton
- Scholarly Culture at PBC: The Church -Its History & Theology
- Where Are They Now: Jillian Pilkington
- Where Are They Now: Dr. E.G. Gibson
- Mission Fund
- Pastor Harley Hayward (1957-2018)
- Student Representative Speech
- Student Profile: Jackie Turner
- 10 Years Serve Cambodia & PBC Partnership
- Introducing the PBC Library
The Stepping Up newsletter for semester 2, 2017 is here!
Discover the academic diversity at Perth Bible College, hear from our newest Dr, gain insight to content offered in our Christianity & World Religions unit for 2018, and catch up on IMT news. Also in this edition: Introducing Meseret Cohen- our receptionist, another student profile, and “Where are they now?”!
Australia has become highly multicultural at all levels of society. It is essential for students seeking to minister, both in Australia and overseas, to gain an awareness of other people’s worldview, religions and cultures in order to develop principles and strategies for relating them and engaging them in dialogue.
The aim of this unit is to broaden the student’s understanding of the beliefs and practices of several of the major world religions and the way they are expressed in culture. This unit will explore the differences and similarities between these religions and Christianity and ways in which Christians can relate, communicate and witness to people of other faiths in a multicultural, pluralistic society.
And as Christians – do we know how to engage in dialogue with a person from another religion? Do we know what they believe in order to share our faith in an honest and purposeful way?