Once you found your desired program, it’s time to look into the specific requirements to enter that program such as prior experience, coursework, and other documentation.
As you start your application, think about who will be your reference, who will you contact to ask for transcripts, who referred you to AIIAS, and other details. After checking the admission deadlines and completing your application form, it’s time to submit your application.
A housing form should be completed and submitted once the student is admitted to AIIAS (for students coming to the campus).
A graduate-degree requires for careful planning of your resources to cover your costs. There are many ways to do this such as looking for a sponsor, personal savings, and scholarships. By law, international students are not allowed to work while studying in the Philippines.
Once all admission requirements have been submitted, you can wait for a notification from the Admission and Records office. You will receive an admission assessment and program check sheet before the start of your study. All foreign students are advised to come on a 9(a) Visitor’s Visa, which is valid for a 59-day stay in the Philippines. AIIAS will assist you in processing the change of status from 9(a) visa to a 47(a)2 Scholar Visa.
As you transition yourself to AIIAS, please check the class schedule, enroll in courses, move into your dormitory, enroll your children in the AIIAS Academy, or participate in one of our ministries.