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Admissions Procedure

After the admission director reviews the documents and confirms the completion of each applicant’s file,

the director will notify the applicant to take the appropriate tests. Each applicant is required to have a personal interview

with a team of faculty members. Each student is required to show proof of health insurance.

The admissions committee finalizes the admission based on the following criteria:

       -     A sense of calling from God for Christian ministry

       -     Regeneration experience and baptism with water

       -     Active and fruitful church participation

       -     Acceptable test results

       -     Recommendations

       -     Evaluation from interview

 

The applicant will be officially notified either by phone or mail, and the admitted students will receive registration information and forms from the school.

 

  Personal Interview  

Each applicant is required to have a personal interview with a team of faculty members. All applicants will be notified of the time for this interview.

 

  Admissions Tests  

AEU employs language, composition, and Bible tests in its admissions process.

Since AEU uses the Korean language as its primary language of instruction at the moment;

it does not require English proficiency tests such as the TOEFL test.

All undergraduate applicants must take two admissions tests as part of the entrance process.

There is a Korean language proficiency test and a Bible Admissions Test.

Since AEU uses the Korean language as its primary language of instruction; it does not require English proficiency tests such as the TOEFL test.

 

To determine the level of a student’s proficiency in Korean, students have the option of either of two forms of the Korean language proficiency test.

One form is the English to Korean translation entrance test and the second is the Korean language entrance test.

The minimum passing score on either test is a “C”. The Bible Admissions Test is used to evaluate the ability of students for academic study.

The minimum passing score is a “C.” All graduate applicants must take two admissions tests as part of the entrance process.

There is a Korean language proficiency test and a Composition Test.

To determine the level of a student’s proficiency in Korean, students have the option of either of two forms of the Korean language proficiency test.

One form is the English to Korean translation entrance test and the second is the Korean language entrance test.

The minimum passing score on either test is a “C.” The Composition Test is used to evaluate the ability of students for advanced academic study and writing.

The minimum passing score is a “C.” The results of tests can apply to the awarding of academic scholarships if the applicant proves worthy.

 

  Re-Admission  

Any student who either canceled or was canceled from the enrollment must re-apply for re-admission.

The Admissions Committee will review the re-application and decide on it.