VCI targets students from the VCI network that consists of:

  • denominations and churches that endorse the Veritas training
  • churches or ministries that run the Veritas Foundation Training
  • churches or ministries that support the applicants in their application
  • staff and volunteers of Veritas ministry training programs.

Who can Apply

  1. Find out more about the VCI Graduate School and our programs on this website and in the graduate studies catalog.
  2. Choose the program that is right for you.
  3. Check whether you meet all academic and non-academic requirements for admission.
  4. Check whether you are in a ministry position consistent with the qualification for which you are applying.
  5. Decide whether:
    • Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) is appropriate for you
    • you are eligible for a scholarship
    • you require a time payment system for fees.
  6. Email the VCI Graduate School to discuss your application (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.).
  7. Mail to the VCI Graduate School the following:
    • the application form (using one of the application forms in the appendices)
    • the non-refundable application fee
    • certified copies of transcripts and prerequisite qualifications.
  8. The VCI Graduate School will process your application and then inform you of acceptance or otherwise. This may be:
    • full acceptance
    • advice to apply for a different program
    • advice to apply for RPL
    • provisional acceptance (e.g., a bridging program is required, see ‘Bridging requirements’ below)
    • permitted on a pre-admission basis
    • rejection.

Application forms

The Application Form, Church Reference Form and Scholarship Application Form can be found at the end of the graduate studies catalog