How to Apply

We are honored that you would consider us for your place of training.  After the Admissions Office has received the items listed below, a decision will be reached concerning your acceptance.  You will be contacted as soon as the application procedure has been completed.

Most students enrolling at BSWE find that they need a passport to continue their training with us.  Those students who do not currently possess a valid passport, may want to begin this process immediately.

When to apply

We recommend that prospective students apply for admission at least three months before the anticipated entrance date (this includes modular courses or short-term trips).  If you're past this deadline and are passionate (and persistent) about getting in, contact us immediately and get the process going: we'll do the best we can to facilitate the process on our end.     

How to Apply

Contact the school for an Admission Packet and submit the completed application and accompanying items to the Admissions Office


Download the Admission Packet HERE and submit it to the Admissions Office. 


  • Include the $50 non-refundable application fee with the completed application.

  • Include a written expanation of your relationship with Jesus Christ and what you believe He is leading you to do with your life.

  • Have your high school/college (whichever is your most recent school of attendance) send an official copy of your academic record showing the date of graduation.  If the GED has been completed, the official scores must be sent.  The high school applicant who is completing his final semester must have the official transcripts sent after the final grades are recorded.    

  • All applicants must have a Pastor’s Recommendation form, an Employer or Teacher’s Recommendation form, and a Friend’s Recommendation form completed by the appropriate individual and mailed to Biblical School of World Evangelism.      


Biblical School of World Evangelism admits qualified students of any age, gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin and does not discriminate in the administration of any of its policies or programs.

* "God is no respecter of persons" (Acts 10:34, The Bible).