As part of Booth University College’s admissions process for some of the School for Continuing Studies’ programs, we ask applicants to write a letter of introduction and intent and to provide two letters of reference. The purpose of these is to help us assess your suitability for your selected certificate program.
Programs that require a letter of introduction and intent and two reference letters are:
- Certificate in Advanced Leadership
- Certificate in Chaplaincy and Spiritual Care
- Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management
- Certificate in Not-for-Profit Management- The Salvation Army
Letter of Introduction and Intent
Upload your letter to your online application form. In a brief essay, please:
- Describe yourself and your life journey.
- Comment on your spiritual life and your service or ministry, if applicable.
- Indicate why you are pursuing your selected certificate at this time in your life or career.
- Describe how you hope to benefit from the learning.
- Describe why you think Booth University College is a good academic fit for your life and learning.
Submit two letters of reference from people who are in a position to assess your character and suitability for your selected program (employer, academic, spiritual advisor, pastor, etc.).
The reference letters should include:
- How long the person writing the letter has known you, and in what capacity.
- Information describing your suitability to enter a course of academic studies.
- Your suitability for entrance to your selected certificate program.
Please email your reference letters to the program coordinator for the School for Continuing Studies: Michael_Glowasky@BoothUC.ca
Booth University College is proud to offer affordable Christian higher education through our School for Continuing Studies programs.