- An applicant is admitted on the recommendation of his/her sponsoring Participating Communion.
- An applicant who is not recommended by a Participating Communion must be endorsed by his/her Pastor and may be required to attend an interview conducted by the President or Deputy President and the Dean of Studies.
Applicant without the requisite academic qualifications may be required to sit an Entrance Examination. Candidates for admission should normally apply by January 31 of the year in which they intend to enter the College. The minimum qualification for entry into the Diploma Programme is five (5) G.C.E. ‘O’ levels or CXC subjects. Other equivalent academic qualifications will be considered.
Candidates are also accepted under the Mature Entry policy. The policy facilitates persons who have been called and are serving in full-time ministry but do not possess the normal matriculation requirements to be enrolled for formal pastoral/theological training.
Candidates are also accepted under the ‘Specially Admitted’ status on the recommendation of their churches for special programmes.
- Students accepted under the Mature Entry policy or those who are Specially Admitted are placed on academic probation during the first year of their programme.
- The Faculty may recommend withdrawal of a student if he/she performance in the first year is not satisfactory.
Applicants to the B.A. Theology and B.A. Ministerial Studies programmes are required to apply through the University of the West Indies by completing the application on the University’s website.