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Residential Program Admission

Information to help you with the residential program admissions 


Admission processes often take time and involve a lot of paperwork. We at Booth College will support you through the process by keeping your informed and helping you with your enquiries to understand and complete the forms and admission requirements. Call us on 61 02 9502 0432 or email enquiries@boothcollege.edu.au for any registration support and we will be glad to help you.

FURNACE discipleship program

Admission requirements

The residential program is for students between 18 to 28 years. They can be married, single, or in a relationship but should not have any dependants. 

The non-residential day program is open to students of every age. They can be married, single, or in a relationship but are required to be available for all curriculum activities. 

Entry requirements are :

Active church member 
Living a spiritually healthy life, committed to God 
Willing to support the work of The Salvation Army
Oral and written English language skills equivalent to year 10 proficiency
Able to demonstrate personal and social maturity, and stability to meet the demands of community life, ministry and training 
Prepared to live by The Salvation Army ethos and standards whilst attending and representing Salvos Discipleship School

Admission proccess

An overview of the application process for Furnace

You can email enquiries@boothcollege.edu.au or send us an expression of interest.
We will contact you and give you an application and information package. 
Submit the completed application forms. 
You will receive an Acceptance Pack with enrolment forms and other documents, if your application was successful.
Send us your signed enrolment form and related paperwork.

PROPEL mission program

Admission requirements

Propel is open to Australian and international students under the age of 35 years.

-An active follower of Jesus Christ
-Living a spiritually healthy life, committed to God 
-Willing to support the work of The Salvation Army
-Must be available for all Propel activities
-Completion of Year 12 or equivalent; or mature age and special entry admissions for those who have reached the age of 21
-Proficient in the English language, with international students requiring IELTS test score of minimum 6.5 
-Age eligibility with an upper limit of 35 years 
-Able to demonstrate personal and social maturity, and stability to meet the demands of community life, ministry and training 
-Prepared to live by The Salvation Army ethos and standards whilst attending and representing Propel 
-Agree to abide by The Salvation Army Code of Conduct 
-Church leader/pastor/mentor endorsement 
-Working with Children Check and Criminal History Check clearance 

Admission process

An overview of the application process for Propel

Email enquiries@boothcollege.edu.au or send us an expression of interest.
We will contact you with an application and information package.
We will contact you with an interview date.
After the interview, if your application was successful you will receive the enrolment form and related documents. 
Send us your signed enrolment form and related paperwork.  

We will be there with you every step of the way and ensure that your transition to the residential programs is easy and welcoming.