Admissions 

Cherub College endeavors to provide all our students with a solid education by combining hands-on experience, academic preparation and professional training. In considering a student for admission to any of our degree or diploma programmes, we evaluate the student's motivation and intentions on succeeding in a chosen field, their future potential, and past academic achievement. Once a student has met the requirements for admission, they may pursue a Diploma, Associate's, Bachelor's or Master's degree in several areas. The college also has partnerships that will allow students to study overseas at other institutions in Europe, South America, Canada and the United States.

Basic Requirements for Admissions:

Graduation from high school or the equivalent along with entrance examination, BGCSE, or SAT scores are the basic requirements for admission to degree and diploma programmes. Completion of an accredited Bachelor's degree is required for admission to a Master's degree programme. Official transcripts from all schools, colleges or universities attended must be submitted for the college to evaluate your application prior to a decision being made.

A one-on-one, in-person interview is required for all students. Applicants will be contacted by the Office of Admissions after a completed Application Package is received to schedule an interview. The interview is expected to last a minimum of one hour to allow sufficient time to discuss the student's educational goals and objectives, career plans, and any other concerns that the student or Admissions Director may have. As Cherub College, does maintain a rolling admissions policy, which means that we review applications year-round in the order that we receive them, we encourage students to apply as soon as possible. We will notify applicants of our decision as soon as possible.

Freshman Admissions:

Freshman Admissions status applies to all students applying to the college as a first-time college student. A completed application package for a Freshman student would include a completed Application for Admission Form, Application Fee, Copy of High School Diploma or GED or Equivalent, Official Transcript from all High Schools attended for Grades 10 through 12, and scores from the BGCSE or SAT Examinations. Students using their BGCSE results for admissions are required to have a minimum of five (5) BGCSE subjects with a grade of "C" or higher, including Mathematics and English Language. Students using SAT scores for admissions are required to have a combined score of at least 1,000 on the Math and Verbal components.

Transfer Admissions:

Transfer Admissions status applies to all students applying to the college after they have graduated high school or the equivalent and attended another college or university prior to applying for admission to Cherub College. A completed application package for a Transfer student would include a completed Application for Admission Form, Application Fee, Copy of High School Diploma or GED or Equivalent, Official Transcript from all High Schools attended for Grades 10 through 12, and Official Transcript for all colleges or universities attended. Scores from the BGCSE or SAT Examinations are only required id the student has completed less than 30 credits at the college level. It is important to note that only credits transfer. Individual grades do not transfer. Only credits earned with a grade of "C" or above are eligible to transfer. Therefore, students transferring credits will realize that their transfer credit grades do not apply to their cumulative average at Cherub College. 

Mature and Adult Student Admissions:

Cherub College welcomes applications from persons over the age of 25, or who do not meet the traditional student category. These may be students that completed high school studies and did not continue to further education, or students that may have dabbled in further education and for one reason or another did not complete. There are two ways in which mature students can matriculate to the college:

1.) Direct Entry: Adult students that meet the normal pre-requisites for admission to a degree or diploma programme. Alike a standard freshman or transfer admission, these students should submit an Application for Admission Form, Application Fee, Copy of High School Diploma, Official High School Transcripts for Grades 10 through 12, and Official Transcripts from any colleges and universities attended.

2.) Adult Preparatory Entry: The Adult Preparatory Programme is designed for adult students that do not meet the basic admissions requirements to matriculate via the Direct Entry Scheme. Students that did not earn their High School Diplomas or equivalent must first enroll in the High School Diploma Equivalency Programme (HSDEP). Upon successful completion of the HSDEP, students may matriculate into the college preparatory programme and then onto degree studies. Students that have earned a High School Diploma but have not earned satisfactory scores in the BGCSE or SAT examinations may matriculate directly into the College Preparatory Programme. After successful completion of the College Preparatory Programme, they may enroll in degree studies.

Graduate Admissions:

Students seeking admission to a Graduate Degree Programme at Cherub College must have earned a Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution with a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Admission to a graduate programme is limited to 20 students per semester. Therefore, students are encouraged to apply early to avoid disappointment. A completed Application Package for admission to a graduate degree programme includes a completed Application for Graduate Admissions Form, Application Fee, Official Transcripts from all colleges or universities attended, official GRE test scores (School Code 7583), an admission essay, 2 professional references and 1 academic reference. 

International Student Admissions:

Cherub College welcomes applications from international students that meet the general criteria for admissions. All students applying from overseas must demonstrate proficiency in the English Language if they are not from an English-Speaking country. TOEFL scores are required to be submitted as part of the application package for non-native speakers. In admitting students from the United States, the college requires that students submit an Application for Admission Form, Application Fee, SAT Test Scores (School Code 80025), Official Transcripts from all High Schools attended and a Financial Certification Form. Students applying from outside of the United States are eligible for admissions only if the High School that they have attended is accredited by an appropriate body or recognized by the relevant educational authority that has oversight for schools in that country.

Special Cases:

In the rare case of a student seeking admission does not fall into any of the categories specified above, the Vice President for Student Services will have the ultimate decision-making authority as to if to admit the student.

Admissions Forms:

Application for Admission New Student Medical Form
Transcript Request Form Financial Memorandum of Understanding