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Open Days ('Conference Days') are held twice a year, usually in February and October. Visitors are very welcome.

Normally the Conference Day is an opportunity for students who study at a distance to get together with classmates and lecturers to ask questions, catch up on course-related information, visit the library, hear a lecture and share in a time of worship. Visitors are very welcome to attend. Often this is a way for people to spend a day in HTC finding out ‘what it’s like’ before they commit to enrolling on either the Access or BA programme.

Unfortunately the February 2021 Conference Day get-together cannot go ahead due to COVID-19 restrictions, but instead will be replaced by online meetings with students and an online Q&A session for enquirers. For current students, details of online sessions will be sent to the students from the module lecturer. For visitors/enquirers, details of online Q&A sessions will be posted on the HTC Facebook page.

Anyone interested in finding out more about our courses shouldn’t hesitate to get in touch. HTC’s course delivery has always been flexible and geared up for distance learning, so the current restrictions aren’t stopping us! Email htcadmissions@uhi.ac.uk for informal enquiries.

Under normal circumstances, visitors are encouraged to attend our Conference Days, but are welcome at other times too. For anyone wanting a tour of the campus it is helpful if you could let us know of your visit in advance so that we can ensure someone is available to show you around.

An example of a Plenary Paper presented at a Conference Day:

"Learning from the most learned Scottish divine of the Scottish Second Reformation: Samuel Rutherford's particular emphasis on the doctrine of sanctification" – presented by Sam Poon at the Feb’20 Conference Day,

Recordings of some of our previous Conference Days are available:

March 2018

Plenary Paper – ‘The Holy Spirit in the Life and Ministry of Jesus’, Rev Hector Morrison, Principal.

October 2016

Introductions - Dr Robert Shillaker

Worship - Dr Alistair Wilson

Plenary Paper - 'Sensus Divinitatis: Knowing God and Ourselves and the Revelation in Creation', Dr Robert Shillaker

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Call Kathryn Stewart (Admissions Officer) on 01349 780202 to register interest in attending the Open Day!

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Can't make the Open Day?

Call to arrange a personal tour of the Dingwall Campus at a time that's convenient to you!

Call 01349 780000.

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If you can't make the Open Day but are still interested in our courses - have a read through what's on offer.