189 South Norwood Hill, London, SE25 6DJ
Telephone 020 8653 0850
Email admissions@spurgeons.ac.uk     Web Site www.spurgeons.ac.uk
Spurgeon's College is an approved partner of The University of Manchester and is a collaborative centre of the University of Wales. A member college of the Baptist Union, a member of the Evangelical Alliance and a member of the Micah Network.  Registered Charity number 1096721 and a Company Limited by Guarantee number 4418151 registered in England.

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