Highland Theological College

Located on the High Street of Dingwall (Easter Ross), opposite the Free Church, the Highland Theological College is evangelical and non-denominational - although its traditions are Calvinist and conservative - offering courses in Christian and reformed theology on a full-time, part-time or open learning basis. It is a self-governing college within the developing University of the Highlands and Islands, located in the former National Bank of Scotland building, a classical ashlar mansion of two storeys and five bays, which was the work of William Robertson of Elgin in 1835-6 and is now B-listed. The College was founded as the Highland Theological Institute in 1994, initially occupying premises within Moray College in Elgin. It acquired the current premises in Dingwall in early 1999 and changed its name to the Highland Theological College, while doubling its staff and refurbishing and equipping its new home.

The College is vested in a charitable trust, the Highland Theological Trust, and run by a Board of Governors.

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