Getting into Bethel

Teaching Men and Women To be fully equipped for the Gospel

Bethel maintains high standard theology, with course directors that are graduates of both leading Nigerian and foreign Universities in theology.

Road Map to Becoming a Bethel Student

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Decide what program is right for you.


You may have a specific program in mind from the start, or you may not. This is the time to find out all you can about our degrees and programs that we offer. Explore our website; talk to any Bethel student and alumni you know; visit campus, meet faculty and ask questions; consult with your friends and family. Most important, pray: To what program do you sense God is calling you?

Diploma in Christian Ministry

This is a 2years program designed to maintain the British Universities standard degree in Theology plus the spiritualities needed for the ministry. It requires a project for completion.

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BA in Christian Religious Studies

This follows Olabisi Onabanjo University degree syllabus. The University awards the degree. to students who undergo this
program

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Bachelor of Divinity Degree

Is a degree from the University of London. The University gives the admission letter, sets the examination, marks them, and awards the degree.

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MA in Philosophy of Religion

MA in Philosophy of Religion takes a critical philosophical look at all major area of the discipline.It looks to break down early and present christians and scholastic philosophers

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Read and sign our student policy handbook here
If you are not sure about what programme to choose, kindly contact us via
(+234) 803-324-5482, (+234) 806-711-4467

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Check for our Admission Requirements


Once you know the program you’re aiming for, you’ll look on our website to find out the specific requirements you must meet to apply for that degree: prior education and coursework, grades and the various materials you’ll need to provide.

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Complete and Submit your Application

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Now that you’ve checked the application requirements and deadlines for your chosen degree, it’s time to dive into the application process. You’ll ponder and write your essays, ask for transcripts, think about who you’d like to use as references and reach out to those individuals. As you do, you’ll likely be thinking more concretely about how this program will fit into your life.

Admission Deadlines

For 100 level Applications
Deadline is 31st April and 31st September
For 200 level Application
Deadline is 31st August
School session begins 1st week of September

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Paying Fees


We are proud that we give quality theological education for affordable costs. Kindly pay the application fee for your chosen programme and submit your application to the Registrar at Bethel. We shall inform you the outcome of your application and when you should begin your programme, if successful, through the contact medium you indicate. Find in the link provided below a breakdown of the monies required at Bethel.

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Housing Options


If attending Bethel means relocation for you, we have a limited number of single rooms available to only male students on campus. However, there are houses in nearby areas at affordable rates. Kindly discuss this when you call us to make your enquiries.

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Confirm your Admission


Now that you have been admitted to a programme – congratulations! Simply pay for your starter pack, read the student policy book, make a deposit for your tuition and begin lectures, and your life here as a Bethel student.

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Start your new life as a Bethel student


Check the academic calendar, register for classes, move into your new place if you’re relocating, and begin your new season as a student at Bethel Institute of Theological and Biblical Research! In addition, you’ll want to explore the many other ways you can take part in Bethel activities such as our Open day Lectures