The international community at The Master’s College includes over 100 international and third-culture kid (TCK) students from nearly 40 different countries. We desire to shepherd these students through their transition to The Master’s College, mobilize them toward involvement in all areas of campus, share their unique backgrounds with the campus at large, and provide opportunities for them to build authentic relationships with one another.
Our staff actively promotes the spiritual, academic, and social success of these students through a pre-WOW orientation, a fall international retreat, service projects, prayer ministry, a celebration of completion, personal discipleship, and other community events.
The international student who will be best served by The Master’s College is one who:
- Exhibits faithfulness in the local church, receives the affirmation of national church leadership to study in America, and is accountable to that leadership regarding post-graduation plans.
- Articulates specific goals for his/her time of study at The Master’s College.
- Possesses a burden to impact his/her country for Christ after graduation.
- Demonstrates a high level of proficiency in the English language and a strong academic performance in prior education.