Admission to IITS is based upon the character, ability, and motivation to satisfactorily complete the academic requirements. It also depends on the Christian experience, call to ministry, and moral character of the individual. Students must maintain personal integrity, respect and tolerance for those from other Christian faith groups, a desire for spiritual growth, and a readiness to accept correction.
All applicants for Diplomas and above must have completed high secondary GCE (A/L) or the equivalent.
- Applicants with substantial ministerial experience (more than five years in a recognizable position in the church) may receive advanced-standing credits based upon their life experience. Life-experience credits are not automatic, and substantial proof of the learning obtained through life experience must be submitted. This type of credit may be awarded only on bachelor’s degree programs. No diplomas or degrees can be awarded based purely upon life-experience credit. A minimum number of credit hours must be completed through the Institute for the awarding of any diploma or degree
- The Institute reserves the right at any time to place on probation, suspend, or dismiss a student whose academic standing, financial obligation, progress, or conduct is not satisfactory.