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APPLICATION
REQUIREMENTS

ADMISSIONS PROCESS

Admissions Policy

        Applicants for admission to Canadian Baptist Bible College will be considered through the completion and submission

        of all forms and requirements as listed in the application package. This package includes the application for

        admission form, personal and pastoral reference forms, medical forms and payment of the $50 application fee.

        Potential students must give a satisfactory statement of their salvation testimony. They should have a genuine desire

        to be obedient to the will of God and demonstrate good character, personal integrity and academic ability. Pastoral

        and personal reference forms should give indication of these qualities.

        Canadian Baptist Bible College requires students to have a high-school diploma, GED or a CAEC (Canadian Adult

        Education Credential) to be eligible to graduate at the conclusion of their degree program. Applicants must submit              their most recent report card or transcript at the time of application.

 

 

Application for Audit Students

Students applying to audit courses must complete the application for admission form and pay the $50 application fee. If an audit student decides to take courses for credit, the remainder of the application package must be completed prior to being approved as a credit student.

Non-Discriminatory Policy

         Canadian Baptist Bible College accepts students of any race, colour, national or ethnic background. We do not make

         a decision to accept or reject a student’s application for admission based on their race, colour, national or ethnic

         background. We only accept students that have a clear testimony of salvation by grace through faith in Christ alone

         as explained in the opening paragraph of this admissions policy section.

Dormitory Requirements

         Dormitories are provided for single students only. Students under the age of 25, not living with their parents are

         required to stay in the college dormitories. Students over the age of 24 may reside off-campus as approved by the

         college administration. Students over the age of 24 may also apply to stay in the dormitories as space allows.

International Students

         Canadian Baptist Bible College is a Designated Learning Institution for the province of Manitoba. A Designated

         Learning Institution is recognized by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC) and authorizes the

         issuing of study permits as eligible. This designation gives international students the opportunity to study at

         Canadian Baptist Bible College.

         International applicants who have not attended schools at the secondary level or higher for at least two years in

         Canada, where English is the primary language of instruction, must present a score of 80 or higher on the Test of

         English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL iBT) or a score of 7 or higher on the International English Language Testing

         System (IELTS).

 

         Once we have determined that international applicants have met the minimum English language and application

         requirements, they must have a personal reference whom our institution is familiar with that is able to vouch for their

         credibility and sincerity about studying at Canadian Baptist Bible College. Once we have determined that all required

         criteria for acceptance have been met, a letter may be issued. Final approval to study at Canadian Baptist Bible

         College is determined by Citizenship and Immigration Canada.

         International students with a six month or longer study permit issued by Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

         Canada may be eligible to work twenty hours per week during their academic sessions.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS

To apply for admission to Canadian Baptist Bible College, the following paperwork must be completed and submitted to Canadian Baptist Bible College:

Application for Admission Form (pages 77–83)

This would also include a photograph, $50.00 nonrefundable application fee, testimonial and most recent   report card or transcript.

 

Pastoral Reference Form (pages 85–88)

The waiver statement should be filled out by the student before it is submitted to the pastor. It should then be sent directly to the college.

 

Personal Medical Form Part One (pages 89–90)

This is to be completed by the applicant before examination by a physician.

 

Medical Form Part Two (pages 91–92)

This it to be completed by a licensed physician and sent directly to the college.

 

Personal Reference Form (1) (pages 93–98)

The waiver statement should be filled out by the student before it is submitted to the reference. It should be sent directly to the college from the reference.

 

Personal Reference Form (2) (pages 99–104)

The waiver statement should be filled out by the student before it is submitted to the reference. It should be sent directly to the college from the reference. All paperwork and the non-refundable application fee of   $50 must be received by the College Administration before acceptance can be determined.

INTERNATIONAL 
STUDENTS

International Education Act Summary Information for International Students

 

Canadian Baptist Bible College, with its beautiful and well-maintained facilities, has much to offer its students. A library with over 11,000 books is available to the students, providing not only many valuable resources, but also a quiet place to study and work. Computer access is also available, which is an asset to students as they work on their class assignments and projects. There is a fitness room available for student use, which provides equipment for students to use as they seek to be fit and healthy. The faculty of Canadian Baptist Bible College has a real heart to see the students thrive and succeed in their schoolwork. They are willing to help students who may be struggling or who need extra help understanding an assignment or project. At the beginning of each semester, a student orientation is held. This is a time when the student handbook, which outlines the guidelines and expectations for the students, is explained and various areas are covered in detail. This helps the students know what is expected of them, as well as how to proceed in various situations. 

A student who chooses to transfer to Canadian Baptist Bible College to enroll in one of our programs may be eligible to transfer some of their earned credits to our program.

 

Requirements:

  • Grade of “C” or higher for the course

  • Copy of the transferring college catalog description of the course

  • Official college transcript showing the course was completed and showing the grade earned for the completed course

  • Credit must be granted by an accredited institution or a like-minded institution for which Canadian Baptist Bible College has a relationship.

  • Credit must fit the structure of the program entered as either a core course or elective course. 

  • Transfer grades will not be included in the overall Canadian Baptist Bible College grade point average (GPA).

TRANSFER OF CREDITS

ADMISSIONS
POLICY

All candidates for admission must give satisfactory evidence of knowing Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour. They should have a genuine desire to be obedient to the will of God. Candidates must demonstrate good character, personal integrity and academic ability. Canadian Baptist Bible College accepts students of any race or ethnic background. We are a Baptist college by conviction. Applications and other pertinent forms are provided in the back of this catalog. Each of these forms should be completed prior to enrollment. Be sure your name is on all forms before returning them. 

All accepted students must read and agree to abide by the rules in the Canadian Baptist Bible College Handbook. This is part of the character training provided by the college and insures a proper standard to be followed by all students whether married or single. Failure to abide by these rules will result in demerits or expulsion as stated in the Handbook. The Administration will carefully examine each student's personal walk to enforce the policies for student life and activities, as outlined in the Student Handbook. 

STUDENT 
HANDBOOK

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