1. I can get professional religious education here;
2. Our professors are well educated and high qualified;
3. Our school campus is a very good place for us to lean. It's quite and safe.
4. We have a good library, and there are a lot of books on theology;
5. We are a member of BTI, and we can take courses from other BTI schools.
6. We have good network here.
7. The school cafeteria is good, and dorms are nice.
8.All the students here are hard working people.
1. School don't have any financial aid or scholarship for international students;
2. The students are not really diverse in religious background because nearly all of them are Christians though they have different denominations.
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The cons of the program are its inability to be completed in the 3 years that the school advertises it can be completed in. Most students in the MDiv program take at least 3.5-4 years to finish the 80+ credit load, with many more opting for the "eternity plan" and staying as long as 7.5-8 years to complete the requirements. The pros of the program is that it is a complete and rounded education and training in becoming a minister and/or working within the faith community. The balance of academic/classroom-centric coursework and practical/community-centric coursework and internship experience shapes Andover Newton graduates with the proper sort of rounded training needed in this career field.
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