Applying as a Mature Seminary Student

The criteria to be used for the admission of students without undergraduate degrees (otherwise referred to as '"mature students") to Ambrose Seminary is as follows:

Anyone seeking admission to a Seminary program at Ambrose University as a Mature Student must first complete the Certificate in Leadership or Diploma in Christian Studies, achieving a minimum CGPA of 2.0. If successful, the individual can then pursue one of the following programs:

  • Master of Christian Studies

  • Master in Intercultural Ministry

  • Master in Leadership and Ministry

  • Master of Divinity

Anyone seeking admission to the MABTS program as a Mature Student must first complete an MA, MCS or MDiv program, achieving a minimum 3.0 CGPA.

Mature applicants are usually at least 28 years of age. Mature students are not typically permitted to register for or participate in courses that are not a requirement of their program.