Application Requirements for M.Div. International Students
- If in any way possible, McGilvary will try to arrange an interview in the country of the applicant by a representative of McGilvary.
- Students must have emotional maturity and clarity of educational purpose. Therefore you have to hand in a letter describing yourself and your background: a short history of your life, faith and a description of your career, your motivation for coming to study at McGilvary, and your vision for what you are going to with your M.Div. Degree.
- Students must have completed an undergraduate degree (B.A. or its equivalent) from an accredited or government-recognized institution. Therefore you have to hand in transcripts from all post secondary schools attended, translated if not in English or Thai.
- Students must have completed their baccalaureate with no less than a 2.50 (C+) grade point average.
- Students must show an official result of the TOEFL (or IELTS) or the Payap English test.
- Students must have high moral character and a good standing in the church. Therefore you have to hand in recommendation letters from church and/or Christian institutions.
- Students must have good physical and mental health. Therefore you need to hand in a completed medical form.
- You must hand in a completed Housing Request Form.
- You must pay an application fee of 1,000 Baht if living in Thailand, or 2,000 Baht if living outside of Thailand.
- If requesting Scholarship/Financial Aid, please attach a separate sheet of paper explaining your financial situation, including documents to verify the need (copies of bank account statements, etc).
- Please hand in 2 passport-size pictures in addition to the photograph attached to the application form.
- Please turn in a photocopy of your home registration for Thai citizen or passport data pages for non-Thai citizen. Original documents must be presented later for verification.
Contact the International Programs Admission staff for more information on how to apply to the MDiv.
Master Of Divinity Information: