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Partnerships

Continue your studies after graduation

Transferring to Other Universities & Colleges

Like many of our students, once you have completed your time at Hillsong College you may want to go on to further studies. To help this, Hillsong has partnership agreements with a number of Christian universities and colleges around the world, providing exciting further education pathways for our graduates.

Hillsong has a very successful partnership agreement with Alpha Crucis here in Sydney, whereby Diploma and Advanced Diploma graduates can receive one or one and a half years of credit (respectively) in AC’s three year Bachelor of Theology program. These studies can be done on-site at their Baulkham Hills (Hillsong) campus or online.

Hillsong graduates are eligible for generous transfers of credit into DBU’s many degree programs. Hillsong graduates are also eligible for a range of scholarship opportunities. Study is open to American and international students, either on-site at DBU’s Dallas campus or online.

Located in sunny Southern California, Life Pacific College will provide a rich-learning environment where you will continue to develop you character and make life-long friends whilst pursuing undergraduate or postgraduate studies.

Hillsong graduates are eligible for generous transfers of credit into NU’s many degree programs. Study is open to American and international students on-site at NU’s leafy Kirkland, Seattle campus or online.

Located in sunny Lakeland, Florida, SEU offers Hillsong graduates a range of exciting credit transfer avenues into their bachelor degree programs.

Other Universities and Colleges

Our graduates often pursue further study all over the world. Apart from our formal articulation agreements with the universities and colleges above, credit transfers for your Hillsong studies can be determined by the institution you go on to study with on a case-by-case basis. They will determine how much credit they are prepared to give you based on their courses, accreditation and academic policies.