Westminster Seminary California takes seriously the task of providing quality education to international students who may not have opportunities immediately available to them in their home countries and welcomes students from around the world each year who desire to pursue one of our graduate theological programs.
Due to limited financial aid resources, WSC cannot accommodate all international applicants. Applicants are selected on the basis of potential for significant contribution to Christ’s Church in general, and the Reformed and Presbyterian faith in particular, in their own home country. International students are typically expected to return to their native countries to minister upon completion of their studies at WSC.
Becoming an international student at Westminster Seminary California takes place in three steps:
1. Complete the Application for Admission Process
2. Complete the Application for Financial Aid
3. Complete the Application for the Certificate of Eligibility (I-20)
Questions from potential international students regarding the process of becoming a student at should be directed to the WSC Vice President for Enrollment Management