HOW TO APPLY
1 – Click on the application relating to your term of choice:
Traditional Applicants – those looking to complete the degree program.
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Special Students – those who already hold a university degree & wish to take course(s) for credit, without being in a degree program.
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Letter of Permission Students – those who are currently in a program in another university, who would like to visit Huron to take a course, and have the results of that course sent back to their university.
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2 – Create a Huron Application Portal account.
You can then use this Portal to:
- Access your application summary
- Track the status of your application
- Submit required documents
- View your electronic Decision Letter, once available
Use the link below to access your Portal again after your application has been submitted.
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The Master of Theological Studies degree program is designed to provide opportunities for intellectual growth and leadership development. As such, admission is based not only on academic considerations, but also on evidence of personal characteristics and interpersonal skills required to function effectively in such an educational environment. In order to assess these criteria for admission, we rely on the candidate’s application materials and the confidential statements made by referee(s).
Once an application file is complete, with all supporting documents received by Huron, it is reviewed by an Admissions Committee comprised of the Dean of Theology and two full-time members of the Faculty of Theology. After its review of the completed application, the Admissions Committee will make a recommendation concerning admission.
Upload to Portal:
- Statement of Interest
- Transcript showing completed Bachelor’s degree
- Proof of English Language Proficiency (If applicable. See “English Language Proficiency Requirements” below)
Send to Referee:
For Pastoral Care or Congregational Ministry Applicants:
Applicants seeking admission in the Winter term should apply by December 1
Applicants seeking admission in the Winter term should apply by May 30
If you wish to be considered for Financial Aid, please complete the form below:
ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY
If you have not completed your degree/diploma at an institution where the principal language of instruction is English, you are required to submit a satisfactory English Language Proficiency test score.
Huron requires one of the
Test Minimum Score Required
TOEFL(iBT), 83, with no less than 20 on any section
TOEFL(PBT), 500, with TWE of 5
MELAB, 80, with no less than 78 on any section
IELTS, 6.5, with no less than 6.0 on any section
CAEL, 60, with no less than 60 on any section
PTE Academic, 58, with no less than 56 on any section