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First Year Students
Transfer Students
Foreign Students
Audit Students
Degree / Non-degree Students
1. An applicant for admission must undergo a personal interview with the Academic Dean who will then refer the applicant to take the entrance examination. The requirements to be submitted in order to be allowed to take the entrance test are the following:
1.1. A duly accomplished application form to signify an intent to formally enroll in the school;
1.2. Three (3) "1X1 ID Picture;
1.3. Letter of recommendation from a religious superior or bishop which certifies that the applicant is a member of a religious community or diocese and resides in a duly recognized canonically established formation house and states the name of the formation community where he lives, its location and the name/s of its resident formators;

1.4. A photocopy of his college Transcript of Records, attesting to a Bachelor's degree or its equivalent;

1.5. For non-AB Philosophy graduates, a photocopy of at least 18 units of Philosophy of any six courses of 3 units each from among the following: (a) Epistemology (Philosophy of Knowledge); (b) History of Philosophy; (c) Philosophy of Being human (Philosophical; Anthropology); (d) Logic; (e) Philosophy of Ethics (Ethics); (f) Philosophy of Being (Ontology); (g) Contemporary Philosophers; (f) Philosophy of Nature (Cosmology); (i) Philosophy of God (Theodicy); and (h) Philosophy of Religion; and

1.6 If a foreigner, a photocopy of passport, ACR and missionary or student visa. Foreign students are required to present a degree equivalent in length and content to the four year AB college program in the Philippines. They should be sufficiently proficient in English and have a satisfactory background in philosophy and theology.

2. If an applicant passes the entrance test, the Academic Dean will communicate to his formator, superior or bishop that he is admitted to MST and can proceed to enroll, subject to completion of requirements.
3. A successful applicant must submit a copy of the documentary requirements..
4. An applicant is also required to submit a Certificate of Transfer Credential (if he has already obtained one) or pending that to file a request for such a Certificate in the last school he attended to facilitate the transfer of all his official Transcripts of Records (college and higher, if any) to CICM Maryhill School of Theology.

5. A successful applicant who transfers from one formation house to another during the period between his application for entrance test and his enrollment is required to submit a letter of recommendation from his new formator, superior or bishop. If already enrolled during such a transfer, a student has the obligation to submit the said letter of recommendation.

6. A student who is no longer a member of any religious community or diocese will be requested to writer a letter of intent address to the President to continue his priestly formation after a semester. For graduating students, they will no longer be allowed to follow course on Presiding at Liturgies, Homiletics II/III and Ad Audiendas Confessiones.

1. After an evaluation interview with the Academic Dean, a transfer applicant submits the documentary requirements listed above.
2. Transfer courses can be credited to a maximum of 50% of the total number of required units in MST, for the transfer student to be eligible for graduation.
3. Only transfer courses with credit units and descriptions that are identical or comparable to GTP courses (except the synthesis courses) and with grades equivalent to at least 2.50 can be considered creditable.
4. No transfer credit will be given to a course that has already been credited in a successful graduate program.
1. Seminarians from other schools may cross-enroll in the GTP, provided they can present a letter from their Academic Deans permitting them and specifying the courses they will take. Cross-enrollees may take a maximum of 12 units of courses, on a credit or audit basis. They are not allowed, however, to cross-enroll in the Fourth Year courses, except in the synthesis courses.
2. GTP students may be allowed by the Academic Dean to cross-enroll in another school, if necessary.
3. ATEP students may enroll in the GTP, while a GTP student may enroll in the ATEP but only for making up a failure. Other cases are subject to the Academic Dean’s discretion.
1.They are required to present a degree equivalent in length and content to the four year A. B. or B. S. college program in the Philippines. They should be sufficiently proficient in English and have a satisfactory background in philosophy and theology.
2. A photocopy of passport, ACR and missionary or student visa.
1. Students may enroll as audit if they are not working towards a masteral degree but for the sole purpose of theological updating upon the permission of the Academic Dean.

1. A degree student is enrolled in a program towards a masteral degree while a non-degree student is enrolled as an academic requirement for the priesthood, or with an intention of updating oneself in theology and/or pastoral purposes. They can ber given certificates if requested.


1. Students in the ATEP who apply to transfer to the GTP to undergo priestly formation can have thier courses credited in teh GTP provided one meets the additional requirements as decided upon by the Academic Dean and the professors concerned.

2. Students in the GTP who apply for transfer to the ATEP can have their courses credited in the ATEP, provided a course shall have a grade of at least 2.00 if the student is aiming for MA.