Q: Where is IGSL LOCATED?
A: IGSL is located at 12 Daisy St., Sauyo Road, Novaliches, Quezon City, Philippines. It is off Mindanao Avenue, and only a few minutes away from SM City North EDSA and Trinoma.
Q: Can I visit the campus?
A: Absolutely! Just give us a call at 454-4546 to 49 so we can schedule an IGSL campus tour for you. It will take only about 20 minutes. Please look for Mrs. Grace Ordiz, the Admin. Assistant for the Office of Admissions. International applicants who happen to be in Manila need to take the English Proficiency Test (EPT) while they are here.
Q: Do you offer Bachelor’s degrees?
A: No. IGSL is a graduate-level school. We only offer master’s degree and doctoral degree programs.
Q: What are the requirements for admission?
A: Please go to this page to find out what you need to prepare to be eligible for admissions at IGSL.
Q: How do I apply?
A: Application for Master’s degree programs is only available online. If or when you are ready to start your application process, you may go to this link>> Welcome to the Online Application. It is important for you to read the recommended pages so you are aware of all necessary information and application requirements. Important information: Enrollment for school year 2019-2020 will open in October 22, 2018.
NOTE: The application forms for our doctoral degrees (DMin and PhD) and the Partners in Ministry program are available only in downloadable PDF format. You may download application forms by following the links below and submit the completed forms to the Office of Admissions at QCCPO Box 1495, Quezon City 1100, Philippines.
Applicants from Myanmar may get application packets from Myanmar Campus Crusade for Christ at this address:
219 Aung Thuka Lane
9 Miles, Mayangone Township
Yangon, MYANMAR (Burma)
Phone: +95 (1) 667625
Applicants from India, Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka must be aware that the Campus Crusade for Christ South Asia leadership screens prospective applicants to IGSL.
Q: Do you have a language requirement?
A: Yes. We require applicants to pass the English Proficiency Test (EPT) or the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or International English Language Testing System (IELTS). International/provincial applicants may contact us for info on how to take the EPT (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Q: What are the requirements for the Doctoral programs?
Q: How much is the tuition fee?
A: It all depends on what program and how many units you are taking. Please e-mail the Office of Admissions at email@example.com for more details on the master’s and Partners In Ministry programs. Tuition information for the doctoral programs can be found in the first of the Application forms for each program. For the Peace Studies doctorate, information can also be found here.
Q: Do you offer scholarships?
A: Scholarships are available for qualified applicants. Please e-mail the Office of Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details the master’s and Partners In Ministry programs. See the separate doctoral program pages or first of the downloadable application forms for details on those programs.
Q: Do you have on-campus student housing?
A: Yes, for Master’s degree students and their families. However, residency in the 65 units and men’s dormitory is limited to full-time students. Those seeking accommodations in our housing facilities may apply with the Student Housing Coordinator.
Q: What is included in each housing unit?
A: Our on-campus housing units are fully furnished. They have beds, a gas range, a refrigerator, a stand or ceiling fan, a study table, a small monobloc or wooden table, and built-in cabinets for clothes and other personal belongings.
Q: Can I bring my family with me?
A: Married men must bring their wives and their children below the age of 16 when they come to IGSL to study. We do not permit couples to be separated for long periods of time.
Q: Do you have medical insurance?
A: Currently we do not have medical insurance for our students but we have the Group Medical Assistance Fund (GMAF). The GMAF was established to help cover major medical expenses incurred by full-time international students and their families. For medical assistance coverage policies and procedures, please inquire at the Leadership and Human Resource (LDHR) office. Internationals are highly encouraged to get medical insurance prior to their arrival in Manila.