Christlove Posted March 19, 2021 Share Posted March 19, 2021 I'm an Indian pursuing my undergraduate degree, BA in triple majors (Journalism, Psychology, English). I was born in a Christian missionary family. This has influenced me a lot and it's my dream to pursue a degree in theology from the ivy league schools. The diversity and course structure of divinity schools in the US really attracted me. I was blessed to be a part of four mission trips across the length and breadth of my country. The exposure I gained through it is something which not everyone is fortunate to have. It really moved my heart and inspired me to contribute to the society. I manage to maintain a score of 3.3 to 3.4 GPA in my undergrad courses. I'm also an active member of my church. Apart from that I don't have much exposure to theology. I've just begun to study theology from different available resources. I'm confident that I could meet the English language requirements for international students but not sure about other factors in getting accepted. I read that a degree in theology or RS is not an essential to apply for masters in divinity schools. Is there any chances of getting into top divinity schools for MDiv or MTS? Other than building a basic foundation in theology, what else should I focus now? Your advices would be a great help and motivation for my future. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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