George Whitefield College Application Form 2020-2021
About George Whitefield College
George Whitefield College is named after the great English evangelist and preacher of the 18th century evangelical revival. It was his passion for evangelism and strong Bible-based theological preaching that the GWC founders desired to honour in naming the College after him.
The College was founded in 1989, the product of the vision of Bishops Dudley Foord and Joe Bell, successive Presiding Bishops of the Church of England in Southern Africa. Their vision was for a college that would ground people thoroughly in God’s word, that they might be faithful and impassioned stewards of its message.
George Whitefield College Course Offered
Full Module details of the Bachelor of Theology Programme
As a graduate of the Bachelor of Theology you should be able to take a pastoral leadership role in a Christian church, community or organisation, undertake a regular preaching or teaching role, and train people for various ministries inside and outside the church.
A National Senior Certificate, or equivalent thereof, with a matriculation exemption, and with a minimum of 60% in English language, coupled with an achievement rating of 4 or better in four subjects from the designated subjects list. (Per Government Gazette No. 751, 11 July 2008).
Students from outside of South Africa, who have English as a second language, may be required to complete a TOEFL test (or similar) to prove proficiency in English at a level suitable for academic study (see explanation at the very bottom of this page).
For information relating to the Prospectus and fees of our Bachelor of Theology degree programme, please click on the items below.
Foreign students who have English as a second language may be required to complete a TOEFL Test (or similar) to prove proficiency in English at a level suitable for academic study.
English language requirement: You must have an English Language qualification to be accepted onto a course at the University. The minimum acceptable English Language requirement for undergraduate courses is IELTS – 6.0 overall and 5.0 for the written element. This is equivalent to 213 in the computerised TOEFL test, 550 in the written TOEFL test, or 79 – 80 in the internet based TOEFL test.
The following link will enable you to find out more about the IELTS and TOEFL tests and will enable you to locate a learning and testing centre near to where you live: https://www.ets.org/toefl/
Our Application window for 2020 are now open.
If you wish to apply for an application pack, you can continue to complete the email inquiry section below.
Students should submit a complete application by:
8 July, 2019 – early Application deadline
9 September, 2019 – final Application deadline
Zimbabwean students are strongly encouraged to apply before the 8 July, 2019.
International students should apply as early as possible to allow time for VISA application processing.
We look forward to working with you as you consider studying with us.
UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES – Higher Certificate in Theology, Bachelor of Theology
POSTGRADUATE STUDIES – Bachelor of Theology Honours, Master of Theology Degree