Messianic Jewish Theological Institute

Application for Admission

Section I - Personal Information

Instructions:
1. Please fill in the sections appropriate to the program for which you are applying:
a. Jewish Studies(JS) Applicants complete sections I-IV, then submit the application at the bottom of the page. (This includes those applying to the Master of Jewish Studies, Certificate in Jewish Studies or Rabbinic Writings, and Student at Large);
b. Rabbinic Studies(RS) Applicants complete Sections I-V, then submit the application.
c. Language Students: Applicants complete sections I-IV, then submit the application at the bottom of the page. (This includes those applying for a Certificate in Biblical Hebrew, Student at Large or a Special Status Language Student.)

2. Along with this application, please submit:
a. The $50.00 application fee;
b. Academic transcripts from an accredited college;
c. Two recommendations: one written educational recommendation attesting to your academic ability and one personal recommendation attesting to your leadership qualities and/or your dedication to study of Scripture and tradition. Recommendation forms are available at http://www.mjti.org/forms.
d. References may be submitted to the registrar via email admin@mjti.org or sent to MJTI P.O. Box 94 Milan, MI 48160.

Emergency Contact Information

Person to contact in the event of an emergency

Section II - Educational Record


If you are currently enrolled in a college or university please provide the name of the institution, your anticipated degree and graduation date.


Please complete if you are applying as a Special Student-at-Large

Please include college or university attended, location of school, major, dates attended, degree awarded and year of graduation.

Please include college or university attended, location of school, major, dates attended, degree awarded and year of graduation.

Please use this space to write an essay of 500-1000 words explaining your educational goals and reasons for pursuing your desired degree/certificate.

Section III - Employment History

Section IV - Congregational Information

Section V - Rabbinic Studies Program

Required