Policies and Proceedures
AIU has an open admissions policy; discrimination is not permitted against any student on the basis of race, color, national or ethnic origin, or age.
Resident students attend AIU tuition FREE. However, all students must complete a work scholarship application. (African students attend AIU free of charge, however, participation in the work scholarship program is mandatory in order to help defray the costs of tuition, books, room, and board.)
Students must complete secondary school and provide a copy of their grade 12 transcript and all other required documents to the Admissions Committee.
An interview with the Admissions Committee will be scheduled as enrollment openings are available. During the interview, the Committee will ascertain that the applicant meets all of the qualifications for admission as a resident student, which include some of the following:
The resident student must be a professing Christian.
The resident student must affirm his belief in the entire doctrinal statement of AIU presented in the student application by affixing their signature.
The resident student should be single (exceptions are allowed in certain circumstances). The student’s parents (or guardian) must verify in writing that the student has never been married and that the student has no children.
The resident student must be able to read, write, and speak the English language well. A test is given to each candidate to validate English proficiency.
Online Application Procedure
This platform is here to guide the prospect students in their online application process. It is necessary that you have the documents required near by before you start the process. The list given below will help with or what kind of documents are those.
THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS SHOULD BE ATTACHED TO THE BACK OF THE ENROLLMENT APPICATION AT THE TIME IT IS SUBMITTED
A copy of the prospective student’s grade 12 transcript verifying their graduation and their grades
A copy of the prospective student’s government identification card
A letter of recommendation from their pastor (preferably on church stationary)
A health clearance and physical examination from the prospective student’s doctor or health clinic
A letter of assurance and permission from the prospective student’s parents (or legal guardian)
A letter of intent and understanding from the prospective student
A police clearance (for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ONLY)
A copy of the prospective student’s passport photograph page (for INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS ONLY)
Recommended formats for the uploads: Pdf, jpeg
Enrolment Application Fee
Payment of this fee is to be done after you have requested the application from the admissions department and have submitted it. In order for it to be reviewed payment of the fee must have been received.
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