Before you apply for admission, you must be certain of God’s calling in your life into the ministry of the Gospel. Studying in a Bible college requires dedication and commitment. If you are not certain of the Lord’s direction, you may want to wait upon the Lord for divine guidance before applying to the college. You may want to share this with your local pastor or those spiritually-mature elders who know you well. They should be able to advise you on your suitability for the work of the Gospel.

Once you are certain of God’s calling, you may want to apply for admission to study in the college. Follow the instructions on “Application Procedure” section under “Academics” or click  here 

After submitting your application, you may want to prepare yourself spiritually for admission. A consistent prayer life and quiet time of meditating on God’s Word are essential. Studying in the College is a spiritual exercise which involves having a clear mind for the truth of God’s Word, a humble heart filled with passion for God and clean hands to serve the Lord.

English Requirement: The medium of instruction in the College is English. It is important for all international students to be conversant in English in order to follow lectures and be able to complete assignments.

Students whose academic qualifications were attained through a medium of instruction which is not English are required to sit for a TOEFL/IELTS test and to submit their scores with their application. The minimum score required is 60 for TOEFL iBT (internet-based test) or 500 for TOEFL PBT (paper-based test) or 5.5 for IELTS. The TOEFL/IELTS test must be taken within 2 years of the date of application. Unless there is an exceptional reason, the requirement of English proficiency is necessary for admission. If you are unable to fulfil the minimum proficiency, you are advised to equip yourself with a command of English and to retake the TOEFL test before applying for admission. 

Upon admission, all international students will have to take an English Proficiency Test (EPT) which will be conducted by the College. The results of this test will not affect your admission. However, if you are unable to pass the EPT, you will be required to attend an English-module and to sit for the EPT again in a year’s time. If you are unable to pass the EPT after three attempts, you will be deregistered as a student of the College.