About World Missions College

World Missions Collegey is a higher education institution that is guided by the principles of the Reformed Christian faith, which emphasizes the sovereignty of God, the authority of the Bible, and the centrality of Jesus Christ.

These universities aim to provide students with a comprehensive education that integrates faith, learning, and service. They often offer a wide range of academic programs, including the liberal arts, business, education, theology, and the sciences, with an emphasis on developing critical thinking, ethical reasoning, and leadership skills from a Christian worldview Global

Admission Requirements:


Admission Materials

Bachelor of TB

Master of Div

Doctor of Th


Application Form (Fee $ 200)


Previous Degree

High School

Bachelor Degree

Master Degree


Official Transcript





English Proficiency


Financial Documents


ID or Passport

*Not Required for domestic students who attended/graduated from an accredited U.S. based institution.

Notification of Acceptance for Admission

Notification of Acceptance for Admissions: When the applicant is accepted for admissions and given final approval by the Director of Admissions, the candidate is sent an acceptance package, which includes:
1. Acceptance letter
2. Summary of transfer credit (if applicable)
3. Enrollment Agreement
4. Any additional admission forms

Admissions Policies

Non-Discrimination Policy:

In accordance with Title IV of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 5 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and Age Discrimination Act of 1975, World Missions College admits all qualified applicants regardless of age, sexual preference, gender, marital status, religion, national origin, creed, mental limitation, disability, or ethnic origin. WMCGW recruits and admits those students who have the potential to successfully complete their educational programs. The prospective student’s motivation and interest in succeeding in his/her chosen field of study are important factors for admission consideration as well as the student’s academic background and qualifications

Ability-To-Benefit Policy:

a. Definition of an Ability-To-Benefit Student – A student who is beyond the age of compulsory education, lacks a high school diploma or its equivalent, and has the ability to benefit from the education or training offered at an institution.

b. Test – Upon submitting an application for admission, applicants will be required to take a Wonderlic Basic Skills Test – Ability to Benefit. Applicants achieving the minimum score as established by the U.S. Department of Education (Accuplacer – Reading: 55; Sentence Skills: 60) will be admitted to undergraduate programs and will be permitted to matriculate.

A rich education at an affordable price.

What you do now to prepare for service in God’s kingdom will impact the rest of your life. But how can college prepare you for life when it forces you to take on debt? The expert faculty, dedicated staff, and beautiful facilities at WMCGW cost $16,000 per student. However, the generosity of our donors enables us to reduce student tuition almost 70% lower than the actual cost of an WMCGW education. All WMCGW students pay no more than $5,200 per year in tuition.

Apply to WMCGW and join a community of future leaders launching into their callings without financial burden.