West Africa Theological Seminary began in 1989 in Imo State to train men and women for holy living, for carrying the Gospel to the unreached, and for catalyzing spiritual awakening. The academic programmes lie central to the achievement of that mission. Six hundred men and women from a number of West African countries and multiple denominations engage in academic and personal spiritual formation in preparation for Christian leadership.
- BA in Theology and BA in Religion
- Master of Divinity (MDiv)
- Master of Arts in Biblical Studies (MABS)
- Master of Arts in Christian Leadership (MACL)
- Master of Arts in Intercultural Studies (MAIS)
- Ascertain your eligibility for the course
- Fill and return the application form
- Take the entrance examination
- Attend an oral interview session
- Give the Admissions Office a call – 08053277015.
making of Christ's follower!
Chapel services are held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Discipleship Classes hold on Tuesdays and Community prayer on Thursdays. Attendance at these programs is mandatory for all staff and students.
when I was sick...
The Clinic was set up to cater primarily for the health needs of the WATS community. Nevertheless, it also receives and treats patients from around the neighboring communities. The Clinic opens for business from 8:00 a.m—5:00 p.m. Mondays to Fridays.
housing for everyone!
Housing is provided on a first-come, first-served basis; however, international students arriving from outside of Nigeria are given priority placement on respective housing wait-lists. To receive a placement on the wait-list, complete the appropriate housing application.
And as ye go, preach, saying...
The most important reason for the existence of West Africa Theological Seminary (WATS) is to take the gospel to the unreached. The Department of Practical Ministry was set up specifically to help in achieving this objective.