UTC evaluates each new applicant MDiv, STM and DipMin, for linguistic capacity for ministry in French and English. All students then enter into a commitment with the College, accompanied by a concrete plan to achieve a functional capacity in ministry in their non-dominant official language by the time of graduation. The College will work with students to identify resources and strategies to help them accomplish this goal. Students may apply to the College for financial aid to support French language studies. When possible the College will share in the expense of these studies.
Students who attain an established level of functionality in the second official language, will, at graduation, receive a Certificate in Bilingual Ministry in addition to their Degree or Diploma.
To learn more on how to earn the Certificate in Bilingual Ministry for students whose dominant language is French, please click here.