Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa Registration Update 2019

Baptist Theological College of Southern Africa Registration Update 2019

Dear Student,

We would like to wish you all the very best for 2019 and trust that God’s hand would rest upon you as you pursue studies this year at a world-class African Seminary! Please read below carefully.


At the close of 2019, we bid farewell to Tammy van der Walt, who joined the staff of a Curro School nearby. We’re thankful to the Lord for her service and wish her well. In 2019, we would like to welcome Anel Engelbrecht and Michael du Toit onto our full-time admin staff. Anel will assist in Administration and Finance, and Michael will assist in Resources. May this year be a wonderful one for each of these new staff members.

STUDENT REGISTRATION (*Applies to Full-time Students only)

We’re doing registration a little differently this year and request that 3rd and 4th-year students read the Poster attached entitled, ‘Online Registrations’. However, if ANY 3rd or 4th-year student wants advice on their study progress, they should follow the time allocations by surname below. Kindly note that only second year students will need to go through the formal subject-selection registration process as they select their major, which we will simplify in the following way:

Registration for ALL second-year students opens at 8:30 am and we will register by surname:

A- G:   08:30 – 10:00 AM

H- M: 10:30 – 12:00 PM

N-S:    12:00 – 13:00 PM

T-Z :    13:00- 14:00 PM

FIRST-YEAR PLACED students for the B.TH., B.Bib., H.Cert. & H. Cert. Min. degrees will be registered as PART OF ORIENTATION. ANY other NEW student going into 2-4 year must be registered according to the time allotment above.

We trust that this will help simplify things and that your studies this year will be greatly beneficial. 


 Have you seen our newly updated website? On the top right are links for students to the Sharepoint Portal (assignment Submission and research) and a new addition of a Student Portal. Please note that you can use your ‘[email protected]’ address and your OWN NEW password to log into (Student Portal) where you will find what used to be called “Helpful Downloads”, along with MANY new features, including a Career Center. ONLY @btc email addresses can access these sites and so you cannot use a private email for security reasons.

REGISTRATION FORMS (what forms and why…):

1. Registration Forms (Essential ONLY if information has changed)

2. Medical Form (Residential Student Only)

3. Student Declaration (Once per year)

4. Financial Declaration (Once per year)

5. Confirmation of Studies (Once a year as per Department of Education Request)

6. Subject Selection (So that we know which courses you will be studying)


In case you missed the announcement, we have also attached the 2017 fees in the Zip folders below.


We’re working around the clock to ensure that quality course notes will be madeavailable to you on time at the start of lectures on Monday 30th January. As soon as the e-notes are ready, we can start to email them to you. However, please ensure that your fees are paid up- no fee payment = no notes. Please do not request notes before the commencement of lectures.


Be on the lookout on 30th January for our latest video to be released on YouTube, and on our social media platforms, that will give you specific guidelines and updates on how the tools available to you through our sites. 


We’re a little busy, as you can imagine, so please be patient with us if you’ve emailed a request, please give us 48 hours to respond.

 DOWNLOADS: please download all the documents concerned here:

Distance Students off Campus:distance-learner-registration-documents

Full-time Students on Campus: full-time-registration-documents

Wishing you everything of the very best, and feel free to be in contact with any query or concern.


Dr. Desmond Henry



+27 11 886 0421

[email protected]


Romans 15:20

“It has always been my ambition to preach the gospel where Christ was not known, so that I would not be building on someone else’s foundation.”