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We accept admission applications on a rolling basis from November through end of May,
shortly after which the Admissions C
ommittee will meet to review the applications, perform a final round of interviews with the applicants, and make admission decisions.

Applicants are notified by June 15th.

We strongly encourage all applicants to begin the process early on, since there are certain ecclesiastical requirements which may take longer than usual, as to avoid the delay.

We also offer financial aid to our students, if they meet the basic eligibility criteria. Click
here to visit Tuition and Financial Aid section of the website.

To begin the process of applying, please send a preliminary email of intent to
Very Reverend Dr. Aleksandar Novakovic. He can be reached

If you are interested in part-time study, that is certainly a possibility. We ask you to please follow the same procedure as described above, however, kindly indicate your interest in part-time arrangement. 


Our School is registered and approved by the US Department of Homeland Security to admit international students and issue the Form I-20. There are clear conditions which must be satisfied for student to receive the Form I-20, and subsequently apply for an F-1 visa at a US Embassy or Consulate abroad. Being accepted into the program does NOT automatically grant you a visa or a status in the United States. Everyone must undergo a process at the embassy or a consulate, receive a visa, and be admitted into the United States by an immigration officer at the port of entry (usually an airport). To read more on F-1 visa and being an international student in the United States, we encourage you to visit DHS website.

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