Admission to the Asian Seminary is based on evidence of academic ability as well as calling and potential for ministry leadership. Evidence of academic ability to take bachelor degree programs are assessed on the basis of the completion of Senior High School from a Department of Education (DepEd) accredited High School in the Philippines or equivalent school systems abroad. The minimum required academic qualification for taking graduate degree programs are assessed on the basis of the completion of a baccalaureate degree from a Commission on Higher Education (CHED) or equivalent higher education systems abroad.
Calling and potential for ministry of each candidate is assessed through an interview conducted by an Admissions Committee. The committee evaluates church endorsement, recommendations and evaluations submitted by selected people close to the applicant and pays special attention to the applicant’s personal background, Christian experience, ministerial call, and reason for applying.
If the Admissions Committee finds the applicant having the personal, spiritual and academic requirements of admission and has demonstrated potential for success in the degree program to which admission is sought, then an applicant is accepted into a degree program as a regular student.