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Our evening/weekend mode of study is called "Track 2". Those on Track 2 normally join together at Queen’s for an induction programme and 6 residential weekends (from Friday evening to Sunday) for intensive learning and formation. They also have an intensive week of residence either in Holy Week or Easter Week. It is therefore a part-time mode of study, and is normally undertaken by those with daytime work/family commitments.
On the Queen’s Regional Course, students from CDT (usually including significant numbers of students from Pentecostal churches) join with Anglicans who are preparing for public ministry. As well as the residential events, they have evening classes at Queen’s on a Tuesday evening and will share fully in worship and meals on that evening. CDT students also share residential weekends and Easter schools with Methodist student ministers from all over Great Britain who are preparing for Presbyteral or Diaconal Ministry.
This means that at residential events you are working with and learning from a diverse group of students, often between 30 and 40 in the group. This enables a vibrant and stimulating environment for teaching, worship and community life.