Virtual Open Day

Welcome to our Virtual Open Day for our Undergraduate degree. We know it’s helpful to hear some more about who we are before you apply - this page is designed to give you an overview of everything - but also feel free to arrange a call with us.

Take a look at our study, teaching, learning practice and practical information videos below:

Five Strands


Learning in Practice

Practical Advice

So, what's your next steps?

More information?
For more information on our course, please select a Specialist Pathway below to find out more.

How about a chat?
To chat to a member of our team, please click on the ‘Arrange a call back’ tab on the bottom and we’ll get in touch as soon as possible.

Ready to apply?
To apply to study with CYM, please select from a Specialist Pathway below, and apply from there.

Lucy Munton, Chaplain for Students

We would love to help you work out your next steps.  Lucy is our Chaplain for Students - helping you to establish a way forward, whether that's studying with us or not.

You can get in touch with Lucy by filling in this form or by email: lucy.munton@cym.ac.uk

Specialist Pathways

Community Youth Work

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This unique degree pathway will equip you to be inspired by your faith, build relationships with young people from all backgrounds, and demonstrate to them the values of the Kingdom of God.

Children and Family Ministry

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This course will expand your knowledge of child development and the role of children and family work. You will gain experience working alongside children in their communities, supporting them as they grow physically, emotionally, and spiritually.

Chaplaincy with Children and Young People

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On this pathway, you will gain an understanding of the history and theological basis for Chaplaincy and explore your practice as a chaplain in various practice contexts, working alongside experienced professionals who will help you reflect on and grow in your ministry.

Community Ministry

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This is ideal for those with a passion for a particular area of ministry or who want to pioneer new ways of working with communities. Previous students have been involved in running a food bank and worked with asylum seekers or those who are homeless.

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