Admissions - General Information
The Admissions Department wants to encourage you as you pray and seek God’s will in regards to coming to Tyndale. We look forward to getting to know each of you. In order to get to know Tyndale better, watch the following videos.
Prospective Student Video
An applicant who wishes to enroll at Tyndale should profess Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord and be committed to the Christian faith and the Bible (Protestant canon) as the sole authority for faith and practice. An applicant can enroll in one of the three major programs, or can choose to take courses for personal enrichment. This section of the website gives you information on the general requirements for admission to Tyndale and specific instructions on how to apply. The Admissions FAQ may answer some of your questions. If you have additional questions, do not hesitate to contact us at [email protected].
3 Steps to apply
All fees at Tyndale Theological Seminary are paid in Euros (€). Exchange rates may vary during the year, and applicants are encouraged to consider possible fluctuations when estimating their total educational costs. The average cost for full-time students may vary depending on summer school enrollments which may be required to complete a program. Tuition estimates are based on the cost per credit hour (ECTS).
Deadlines for the MDiv, MET, and CTS Programs
Due to the visa process, the following deadlines for receipt of all your application materials apply:
Non-EU Countries: 1st of February for admission in June of the same year.
EU Countries and North America: 1st of May for admission in June of the same year.
After the Tyndale Admissions Committee meets and admission decisions are made, the Director of Admissions will notify you by email about your admission status. If an applicant is sent a non-acceptance letter, he or she cannot apply again. All documents sent to the Admissions Office will not be returned to applicants and will become the property of Tyndale Theological Seminary.
Only complete applications will be considered for matriculation in June.
Tyndale Theological Seminary admits students of any race, color, gender, nationality and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, nationality and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other school-administered programs.
Students with disabilities policy
Tyndale Theological Seminary’s policy is to actively support diversity, inclusion and equality of educational opportunity. No person shall be denied admission to any educational program or activity on the basis of any sort of disability. Our seminary seeks to provide disabled or handicapped students with reasonable accommodation in order to facilitate access to seminary classes and activities.