General Entry Requirements
To be admitted to any U of N course, an applicant must pr proof of the ability to do university-level course work in the language in which the degree programme is offered.
All students applying for degree programmes must satisfy the secondary school completion requirement, which is graduation from an approved secondary school or its equivalent. Applicants who have not had opportunities to complete formal secondary school must adhere to specific guidelines established and approved by the U of N International Core Team. Applicants who have graduated from their nations’ secondary school or recognized secondary equivalency programmes must provide to one of the U of N International Registrar offices student records (transcripts) or certificates showing satisfactory completion.
Students with considerable life experience who have completed the DTS, but are without a secondary degree equivalent, may be permitted to work toward a degree if the following conditions are met:
- The student’s life experiences, such as work, on-the-job training or ministry in such fields as business, farming, or missions, have equipped the student to function effectively at the university level.
- The student must complete satisfactorily two approved post-DTS schools. One must be a U of N core course (CCM 301 or CCM 311, HIS/SAT 301, COM 301). A written recommendation from the school leader of both schools must be sent to the International Dean of the Faculty in which the schools were taken, in order to confirm the student’s competency and commend the student’s continuation within the U of N.