Students

Our Goals

The men and women who have been called of God into Christian service and are graduates of WISE should demonstrate:

  • An increase in knowledge and understanding of the Bible and Christian theology.
  • An improvement in speaking and writing skills in the context of ministry.
  • An increase in church leadership and communication skills.
  • A sensitivity to the needs of people and the ability to minister from a biblical perspective.



Admission Procedures

We welcome you as a potential new student of WISE. For any questions about the school or to start the application process, you can contact the academic dean via email.

The following forms provide the necessary information by which we determine your acceptance to study with us. It is very important that you complete them and return them as soon as possible. They include:

Once these items have been received and reviewed, you will be contacted for a mandatory interview. After completion of the interview, you will be notified of your acceptance as a student. All of these matters take TIME, so we hope you will attend to them as quickly as possible.

Important Immigration Information: Any accepted student that is not a resident of Barbados will need to apply for a student VISA for Barbados. NOTE: Approval for a VISA can take several months and all new students must have their VISA prior to entering Barbados. Information on how to apply for a VISA and all the requirements can be found on the Barbados Immigration Department web site. Students are responsible for any fees required for the VISA application.

Students who have been accepted must wire $250 US to WISE as a deposit prior to arrival - this is mandatory. This deposit is refunded to the student upon graduation. However, the deposit is forfeited if the student leaves WISE before graduating.

FAQs
Student frequently asked questions


Notice of non-discriminatory policy regarding students
The Windward Islands School of Evangelism admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.