Billy Graham Scholarship
Master of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies) program
Knox Theological Seminary and Logos Bible Software are offering students in the new online Master of Arts (Biblical and Theological Studies) program the opportunity of a lifetime. To jumpstart the joint program, Knox is giving away a comprehensive Billy Graham scholarship, valued at $25,000, to one qualified student. A qualified student is one that meets all of the academic requirements for admission into the program. All tuition, software, and fees are covered. Knox will subsequently be offering to the first 100 qualified students to apply and enroll for the spring 2013 semester a guaranteed 10% scholarship valued initially at $2,520 per individual. A student must apply, be accepted, and enroll at Knox Theological Seminary as a full or part-time student. These scholarships will lighten the financial load for students by lowering the cost of an education that is already priced much lower than other seminaries.
The MABTS scholarship is named after Billy Graham, the most well-known American Christian evangelist in history. He is perhaps best known for the Billy Graham Crusades where he has conducted more than 400 crusades in 185 countries and territories on six continents since his ministry began in 1947.
To enter the comprehensive Billy Graham Scholarship giveaway, visit the Knox Facebook Giveaway Tab or enter below. The value of the comprehensive and partial scholarships will be realized upon the student’s acceptance and enrollment into the program. This is not a cash prize. The value of the scholarship will be applied proportionately over the course of study. Only qualified students who meet the academic requirements for entry into the program will be eligible for the comprehensive and partial scholarships. Students who apply to Knox between January 30, 2013–March 1, 2013 will automatically be considered for the partial scholarship. Enter to win beginning Wednesday, January 30, 2013, and the scholarship giveaway runs through Friday, March 1, 2013.