St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College is a Member of the Sydney College of Divinity (SCD), an ecumenical consortium of private colleges which are its Member Institutions.
The Sydney College of Divinity is listed on the National Register for Providers and Courses as an Australian University College accredited by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA).
It is approved by the Commonwealth Government for FEE-HELP loans to eligible students.
St Andrew's offers undergraduate and postgraduate units of study in the following ways:
  1. Weekly Daytime Lectures On Campus. This mode of delivery is principally, although not exclusively, for students in the Bachelor of Theology program.
  2. Weekly Evening Lectures On Campus. The units offered are of a foundational character and in most cases available to both undergraduate and postgraduate cohorts of students alike.
  3. Distance Education (Online) Learning. A select number of units each year are offered as distance education units. Some of these units, notably those designated as foundational, require compulsory attendance at an on-campus residential school.
Cross-Institutional Study
Students studying at university or any recognised tertiary institution may be eligible for cross-institutional enrolment whereby units completed through St Andrew's (Sydney College of Divinity) may be credited towards their own undergraduate or postgraduate awards, subject to the approval of their own Faculty Department.