Since 1949, The Master’s University has been authorized under federal law to enroll international students. Currently, the international community here on campus consists of over 100 international and TCK (third culture kid) students from 40 different countries! Our Office of International Student Advancement staff actively promotes international students’ spiritual, academic, and social success on campus. We aim to facilitate a smooth cultural transition for each individual. International students offer a greater understanding of God’s world, and we consider each one to be a valuable asset to our campus. For a personal perspective, check out this testimony from one of our recent graduates:
For information about applying to The Master’s University as an international student, please see the enrollment STEPS listed below.
If you have specific questions, first review our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page. Of course, we’d love to answer your questions directly, so feel free to contact the Office of International Student Advancement.
For more information about our staff, please click here.
The following steps will assist you in preparing to study in the United States at The Master’s University. Please read them carefully. Our staff is available to personally answer your questions and assist you in this process. This list is specifically designed for students who are neither citizens nor permanent residents of the United States. If you are a citizen or permanent resident in the USA, please follow the standard application process here.
We are currently accepting applications for August (Fall) 2017. Our Early Action deadline (non-binding) is 15 November; our Regular Decision priority deadline is 2 March (we do continue to accept applications after the priority deadline is passed). The Master’s University does not admit F-1 visa students for January (Spring) semesters, except under special circumstances.
STEP 1: Submit Initial Application for Undergraduate Admission
STEP 2: Send in Supporting Documents: Transcripts, Test Score, Pastor Recommendation
STEP 3: Complete Financial Aid Paperwork
STEP 4: Finalize Visa Requirements