The international student community at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is diverse and thriving. Our Doctor of Ministry international students represent over 10 countries including the UK, South Korea, Brazil, China, Nigeria, India, the Philippines, and Indonesia.
Our vision is to nurture passionate, reflective practitioners to think theologically, engage globally, and live biblically. Gordon-Conwell provides quality education for international students who are preparing themselves for gospel ministry leadership in their own countries. Applicants are selected on the basis of potential contribution to the Church in their own homelands.
International students must obtain the appropriate immigration status in order to be a student in the Doctor of Ministry Program and are expected to return to their native countries between residencies to provide leadership in ministry.
Please review all the information on these pages carefully.
Step 1: Apply to the Program
Step 2: Pay the Matriculation Fee
Step 3: Apply for a Form I-20
Step 3a: Set Up Shipping of I-20
Step 4: After Receiving an I-20, Pay the SEVIS Fee
Step 5: Apply for an F-1 Student Visa
Step 6: Visit an Embassy/Consulate
General comments and queries can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
EducationUSA (U.S. Department of State Bureau of Education and Cultural Affairs) is a good source of information when applying for programs within the U.S.