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International Students

 

The international student community at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is diverse, thriving, and valued by the entire seminary community.

The international student community at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is diverse, thriving, and valued by the entire seminary community.

The international student community at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is diverse, thriving, and valued by the entire seminary community.

The international student community at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary is diverse, thriving, and valued by the entire seminary community.

Our current international students on all of our campuses represent 50 countries, including Australia, the UK, South Korea, Brazil, China, Nigeria, Macedonia, Haiti, the Philippines, Ethiopia, and many more.

Gordon-Conwell takes seriously the task of providing 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 for significant contribution to the Church in their own homelands. International students are expected to return to their native countries to provide leadership in ministry upon completion of their studies at Gordon-Conwell.

Helpful Websites

The Gordon-Conwell International Student Offices encourage students to bookmark both websites for easy reference.

  • The U.S. Department of Homeland Security provides Study in the States, a comprehensive resource for answering questions and guiding international students throughout their time in the U.S.
  • The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services website contains important information about required instructions, forms, and fees for international students.

Disclaimer: Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary makes every effort to provide international students with accurate resources and guidance for pursuing F-1 visas. However, Gordon-Conwell staff are not lawyers or immigration officials, and any advice they provide should not be considered legal advice. It is each students’ responsibility to seek appropriate counsel for their immigration and legal needs.

General comments and queries can be directed to [email protected] Questions about receiving an F-1 student visa can be directed to the International Students Office at [email protected]

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